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Spinach Artichoke Salmon

Elise came up with this idea when we were dating and it was an instant hit for us and everyone who’s tried it so far. We love it on salmon but we have been eager to try this with a chicken variation.  My thoughts would be to stuff chicken breasts with the dip and wrap in a thin ham like prosciutto or something similar and bake it. It sounds good to me but it’s untested. The dip is also excellent baked by itself with Triscuit crackers. The main dish doesn’t take much preparation but it definately tastes like a masterpiece.  Read the rest of this entry »


While I wish that I could claim credit for this, I am actually posting this on behalf of Cory.  So, the culinary genius should rightly be ascribed to him.  Enjoy!

Mix one cup parmesan cheese to one tablespoon of Mrs. Dash table blend seasoning.  Extend this ratio to make enough to coat however much chicken you are making.

Egg wash each chicken strip and then coat in the seasoning mix.

Use a 9×9 or 9×13 glass dish to bake the chicken in (spray down with cooking spray)

Cover with foil and cook at 350 degrees for 40-45 minutes covered.  This will melt the parmasan cheese and create very flavorful juices in the pan.  Use those juices to flavor the rice then place chicken over rice.


  • Add bread crumbs to the seasoning mix and pan fry it with peanut oil
  • Filet the chicken and stuff with bacon bits and cheese or other things of your liking
  • Dice the chicken into 1 inch cubes then egg wash and bread.  Make sure you maintain a single layer of chicken in the pan or increase temp and time to cook through.  This makes it easier to mix with rice.

Hope you like!


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