I know how much my daughter loves stuffing, and I thought.....what if I made some individual chicken delights with their own center of stuffing? There you go! Kind of like mini turkey dinners. There's my plan.... so I run to the freezer and grab a bunch of chicken breasts to thaw. When they are all thawed, I make up about 2 cups of Pepperidge Farm Stuffing mix, according to the directions, and added some dried chopped onion, and a bunch of parsley
Then I decide some sweet Italian sausage would taste good, so I take two out of their casings, break up, and cook. Once I add that, I cook up a handful of Bella mushrooms....in they go, along with a few handfuls of arugula. Making this kind of stuffing does not require that you measure anything. Just keep adding and tasting until you're happy with it.
The last two things I add are some Craisins and I sprinkle some Parmesan cheese in. Oh, and don't forget a little salt and pepper. Now you're ready to stuff.
Once the chicken breasts are thawed, I put a piece of Saran wrap over it and pound it so that it is flat. Add as much stuffing as you like (we always like a lot so I pretty much over stuff them!), roll them up and put them in a greased pan, seam-side down. No string, no tricky stuff, just mold the meat around the stuffing and in they go.
That's all there is to it. They came out so moist and delicious. It took me longer to figure out what to make, than it did to actually put it together. Even though this is a quick and easy dinner, my mother would say "this one is good enough for company!"