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Melissa McDaniel 2 years ago
OMG! The family LOVED it! Husband called it one of my top 5 dishes!
Jani Hagen 2 years ago
would definitely make again! super easy!
melissa arnold 2 years ago
Substituted Brie for Monetary Jack and it was still delish. Can't wait to try it with Brie when I have it on hand.
Wareing 3 years ago
Absolutely delicious. Definitely a new favourite.
Alliyah Edwards 3 years ago
it was nasty. Will never make again
Theresa 3 years ago
Very tasty meal! Definitely will make again. Enjoyed the combination of sweet and savoury flavours.
Burdick 3 years ago
This was okay. I didn’t do the balsamic reduction, the apricot spread was sweet enough without it. The brie pretty much disappeared while baking, if I do it again I would add some brie to the top of each breast towards the end of cooking. The dish was best when you could get a perfect bite of chicken, bacon, and apricot all together (if the brie had held together that bite would have been out of this world!). Choose really fat chicken breasts so you can really stuff it with the brie and bacon. Ease of on the apricot, it’s quite sweet. Maybe combine the apricot and balsamic over heat and use as a sauce. That would be tasty.
Aida Oxenford 3 years ago
Easy to make and delicious! I’ll make it again.
Chris 3 years ago
Great very tasty! I didn’t have bacon and I used chicken strips. But it came out great and I really like the strips !
Bill 3 years ago
Very flavorful, I’ll definitely prepare this again. Went exactly as recipe called for and would not change anything
Julie 3 years ago
Very nice combination of flavors! And an easy throw together meal! A keeper!
Carcheri G. 3 years ago
We have made this several times and love it. Friends and family always ask for the recipe. Several changes we made were to use vegetable oil instead of olive oil since you want to brown the chicken quickly in high heat. 2nd is to use as much Brie as needed for each piece of chicken. 3rd generously salt and pepper the inside and outside make sure to get it all the way inside. 4th we cook a 1/2 lbs of bacon and use 2/3s for stuffing and the 1/3 for topping. Finally I reduce the balsamic on the stove not in the microwave. Yes it produces lots of liquid the liquid is great for making quinoa.
Crystal Groth 3 years ago
Pretty good, the sauce was kinda soupy though
Jen Jen 3 years ago
I’m not going to make this again. It lacked flavour and was a bit of a disaster. Very fiddly to make.
Robin 3 years ago
This recipe was awesome. My picky sister cleaned her plate. The only thing I would do different is add more apricot fruit. I will definatly make and share this recipe. love it😋
Jiang 3 years ago
Delicious! Quite sweet but I like that with chicken and I suppose that would depend on the jam used too. Used tenderloins instead of breast and stacked the cheese and bacon on top. De-lic-ios!
Renae D. 3 years ago
Tons of flavour. One of the best chicken recipes I've tried.
Keri B. 3 years ago
This is absolutely delicious! I'm hooked. I lightened the calorie load a bit (even though I would've LOVED to eat more of it) with a little less bacon, apricot spread, and brie to fit into my meal prep allowance calorie wise, and it was seriously scrumptious! I used 3 pieces of bacon, 50 grams of brie, and 2 tablespoons of apricot spread on 4 chicken breasts and paired it with quinoa + steamed green beans. I couldn't wait for dinner each day. I've made it 2 times already and will do it again this week!
Eubanks 3 years ago
I halved the recipe and was concerned about the time to cook it but I had big chicken breasts and cooked it for 30 minutes and it turned out yummy good and the taste is heavenly
Katelyn Esquivel 3 years ago
Awesome! I used thighs and it worked great
Walker 3 years ago
Did with sticky rice!
Dawn T. 3 years ago
Outstanding. I made the dish with chicken thighs and served it with a side of white rice. This recipe is a keeper!
Tiffany Stuckey 3 years ago
OMG y'all, best chicken recipe ever! I knew it would probably taste good, since I often do a yummy brie & apricot spread for an appetizer...but this recipe exceeded my expectations! It was so delicious...the cheese was melted perfectly, the chicken was juicy & tender, and who doesn't love bacon, right?! I had dinner guests over when I made this for the 1st time, and they were very impressed, and the whole family loved it!
Marie P. 3 years ago
Omigosh - made this last night and it was a hit! I did use chicken thighs and inserted the brie mixture under the skin but other than that followed the recipe as written. The blend of flavors was amazing! Definitely a family favorite - thank you :-)
Chantelle Van Tonder 3 years ago
Delicious and easy to make. I think if you add a sauce it would make it even better.
Tara R. 3 years ago
My family loved it!!! And it was very simple to make although I felt like I had a lot of extra incredients left over (ie cheese, vinegar) but maybe that’s because I made it with 5 chicken breasts. I paired it with roasted potatoes and seasoned green beans.
Joseph D. 3 years ago
Excellent entree!!!!! Will make again
Zach DuFran 4 years ago
Great combination of flavors! We will make this again. I had never reduced balsamic vinegar in the microwave before and it took a while before I could tell that it was thickening. When I stopped heating it and stirring it got thicker than syrup really quick.
Teresa M. 4 years ago
The chicken ended up dry because it cooked too long. Next time I will cook it in the oven for 15-20 min. Also you may want to warm the apricot spread a little so you can pour it over the chicken.
Jennie Iredale 4 years ago
Really lovely I used chunks of bacon I had I the fridge but, next time will use streaky bacon. Will defo make it again.