Phi 208 Week 3 Bowl Analysis

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Cooking is a task that an abundance of people can do, but occasionally choose not to. It takes a sizable amount of preparation time and requires a bit of your time to clean up after making the dish. However, when you are able to make a successful dish and and create something you like, it can be somewhat enjoyable, like making stuffed chicken. In order to make stuffed chicken, there are a few key ingredients and dishes you will need. This includes three bowls of varying sizes to mix the ingredients. Two of the bowls should be microwave safe and should not be very large. The third bowl can be the same size, but does not need to be microwave safe. You will also need a meat pounder, a plate to stuff the chicken on, and a greased 9x13 pan to…show more content…
Place the stick of unsalted butter into one of the microwavable bowls until it is melted. You can do this by selecting the “melt” button on your microwave or by adding your own time. After the butter has been melted, set it aside for later use. You will then begin mixing the filling together in another microwavable bowl. In this bowl, you will place the cream cheese. If it is not soft already, place it in the microwave for 20 seconds. After the cream cheese is softened, add green chilies, half a cup of cheese, and a pinch of salt and pepper to…show more content…
To do this, place one chicken breast into a plastic bag to avoid a mess. Pound the chicken until it is about ¼ inches in thickness or slightly thinner. Take it out of the bag and place it on the plate you already have set aside. Continue this step for the remaining chicken breast. You now have your chicken ready to stuff! To stuff the chicken, add one large spoonful of the cream cheese mixture and place it on one half of the chicken breast. After you have “stuffed” the chicken, fold the breast in half, dip it in the melted butter, and then into the breadcrumbs, coating the outside thoroughly. Place in the 9x13 pan and repeat this step for the remaining chicken breasts. Place the chicken into the oven for 30 minutes. If the chicken is not tender and easy to cut through after 30 minutes, place it back into the oven, and check it every 2

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