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If you are a regular reader of my blog, you’ve probably picked up on the fact that I’m a super busy working mom, and I love love love cooking in the kitchen. Unfortunately though, my schedule doesn’t always allow me to several hours to cook. I’m always looking for meals that take 30 minutes (or less) that still provide my family and I with a delicious dinner we can enjoy. This is why I’ve absolutely fallen in love with new and improved Barber Foods Breaded Stuffed Chicken Breasts.
Stuffed chicken is always a hit in my household. However I don’t always have time to pound out and stuff the chicken, especially on those days where I have a late night in the office. Luckily for parents like me, Barber Foods Stuffed Chicken Breasts take out most of the work. Recently, they not only updated their packaging, but they improved their recipe, and it tastes even better! Barber Foods is my go to brand when I’m short on time but want to create a delicious Chicken Cordon Bleu dish. Their chicken breast is juicy and tender thanks to the new recipe, and is filled with a tasty mix of savory ham and a blend of Swiss and American cheeses. I love how crispy the chicken is as well! Best part? Takes just 30 minutes to make!
Just remember, when cooking the stuffed chicken breasts, you’ll want to make sure you cook it to a temperature of 165°F. This will ensure that the chicken is safe to eat. Plus cooking your chicken at this temperature means the delicious Swiss and American cheese filling will be all melted and cheesy-gooey goodness inside!While the chicken is certainly the star of the meal, I can’t serve a complete dinner with the perfect side dish! The Cordon Bleu pairs perfectly with my simple sauteed spinach pasta.
Sauteed Spinach Pasta
1 14 oz box of your favorite pasta
2 Tbsp olive oil
1 Tbsp unsalted butter
2 cloves garlic, minced
10 oz. baby spinach
salt and pepper to taste
1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese (optional)
First you’ll want to cook your pasta as directed. While it is cooking, please your olive oil, garlic, and mushrooms in a medium sauce pan over medium to low heat. Saute for 5 to 10 minutes until mushrooms are cooked.Next add the spinach with just a pinch of salt and pepper. Stir until the spinach is wilted. Go ahead and remove from the heat. Hopefully the pasta is finished cooking by now. Drain the water, and add to your spinach mixture with the butter.Stir together until the butter is melted. Once finished, go ahead and serve with your Barber Foods Cordon Bleu! The flavor combinations work well together!Feel free to top your sauteed spinach pasta with Parmesan cheese. In my opinion it tastes great either way!When looking for Barber Foods in your store’s frozen food aisle, the new packaging is easy to spot! As you can see below, it has the red colored Barber Foods logo, with the “New Recipe” notation to the right of it. In addition to the Cordon Bleu, Barber Foods has several other stuffed chicken breast options available, including the Broccoli Cheese and Chicken Kiev. Be sure to grab a coupon to save $1.00 off their Original Stuffed Chicken Breasts.Don’t forget to connect with Barber Foods on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest!
That pasta salad looks like a great compliment to the Barber Chicken. It seems like such an easy meal to put together!
That pasta salad? Oh my! I love pasta. Thank you. I love foods that can easily be served and are healthy for the family.
That looks delicious! And definitely easier than trying to roll it myself!
Danielle K says
That pasta with spinach looks amazing. We love the Barber chickens as a box is perfect for me and Hubby :)
Jacqui Odell says
This sounds pretty yummy!! I love that it’s easy and good for you!
Emily, Our house now a home says
Yum! I am thinking this will be added to my list of things to make for dinner.
Marg Michaud says
The new BRber Chicken recipe is awful. My family loved the old one. Do t be fooled by the word “original” on the box they are nothing like the original recipe. Help us bring the old one back! Send your comments to Barber on their Facebook page.