Friday, August 12, 2011

Lawry's Cheese Stuffed Chicken & Giveaway





Lawry's asked me to help create recipes for their awesome marinades and salt! I got the privilege to work with 5 other awesome women to create a fantastic meal! 

Denise, Wholesome Mommy
Julie, Dinner with Julie
Tricia, Once a Month Mom
Kelsey, The Naptime Chef

Janel, A Mom’s Take



They sent us the products and we got to work.  We paired up and each came up with a different element of the meal. We came up with a LOT of great ideas!  It's amazing how many things these marinades will work with!  And the Seasoned Salt adds flavor to many more things than I imagined before. Seriously, the possibilities are endless.

We came up with a great meal of Lawry's Cheese Stuffed Chicken, Seasoned Salt Zucchini Fries and Balsamic Herb Strawberry Salad.  Who wouldn't love that meal!  This is the kind of everyday meal that tastes like you've spent hours in the kitchen but really is quick to put together.  Truly the kind of meal you could make and eat everyday! 


The flavors of the Seasoned Salt Marinade shines in the chicken breasts.  The Seasoned Salt adds a wonderful element to the zucchini fries and the Balsamic Herb Marinade is perfect with the strawberry salad.  I seriously loved that salad!!


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GIVEAWAY:  (CLOSED) Lawry's has graciously offered to give away a package just like I received with the Balsamic Herb Marinade, Seasoned Salt and the Seasoned Salt Marinade.  Winner will be picked August 21st.

TO ENTER: CLOSED
1. Leave me a comment letting me know any ideas you have for recipes using these products. 
2. I didn't do this on my own so remember so check out these links for more pictures and the recipes to the other awesome Lawry's recipes. Each of us will have a giveaway for the Lawry's products so make sure to leave comments also to win the Lawry's Marinades and Salt on their blogs as well!  Come back to my blog and let me know who you visited for an extra entry! Visit them all and get 5 extra entries here!

Once A Month Mom - Cheese Stuffed Chicken
Wholesome Mommy - Balsamic Herb Strawberry Salad
A Mom's Take - Balsamic Herb Strawberry Salad
The Naptime Chef - Lawry's Seasoned Zucchini Fries
Dinner with Julie - Lawry's Seasoned Zucchini Fries

3. Subscribe to Debbi Does Dinner Healthy via email or reader and let me know you're a subscriber for an extra entry!
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Tricia and I came up with the Lawry's Cheese Stuffed Chicken Breasts.  They were delicious and we both loved them.  The Lawry's Seasoned Salt Marinade flavored the chicken beautifully and worked super well as a base for the panko/onion mixture. 



Lawry's Cheese Stuffed Chicken Breasts Recipe

1 lb. boneless skinless chicken breasts
6 oz. Lawry’s Seasoned Salt Marinade (1/2 bottle)
8 oz. Pepper Jack Cheese, shredded (or any kind of cheese)
1 cup Panko Bread Crumbs
1/2 cups ground french fried onions

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Spray a foil lined baking pan with cooking spray. Cut chicken breasts in half lengthwise, basically fillet the breast so that you have two long flat pieces.** Marinate chicken breasts in Lawry’s Seasoned Salt Marinade for 30 minutes in a gallon sized baggie. Remove chicken and add add shredded cheese. Roll chicken and secure with toothpicks. Place bread crumbs and french fried onion crumbs in a shallow bowl, mix together. Carefully dip the chicken back in the marinade, then place in the crumbs, coating the chicken evenly. Place the chicken on prepared pan and bake at 400 degrees for about 35 – 40 minutes or until done.

**If you are limited on time you can simply cut a pocket in the chicken breasts and insert cheese instead of rolling.  That's what I did and they turned out just fine!

55 comments:

  1. cheese stuffed chicken, I am so there! I love this recipe.

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  2. I would definitely put it on shrimp and grill them, yum!

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  3. I love all spices and herbs but guess I live too far away to win them :-( Diane

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  4. I would love to use them to marinate cut up chicken breast then bread them and fry to make homemade chicken nuggets


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  5. visited once a month mom



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  6. visited wholesome mommy



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  7. visited the naptime chef



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  8. visited dinner with Julie


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  9. email subscriber


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  10. i would like to try the seasoned salt on popcorn
    - amy marantino
    tigger27_27 at hotmail dot com

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  11. I love Lawry's Seasoned Salt and have used it for many years. I love adding it to cream cheese when I am making a cheese ball, it adds such a delicious flavor to any dish.

    Mary L

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  12. Lawry's seasoning is wonderful. I've used it for years on just about everything. This looks like it took a while to make but looks so delicious!!!!

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  13. Yum in the tum!

    Visiting from the Foodie Friday blog hop and glad I did. I want to make every single one of these recipes. I have a TON of zucchini getting ready to harvest and wondering what I'm going to do with them! I now have another recipe to try them in! Thanks!

    Mandi
    Smile and Mama With Me

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  14. I actually love their seasoned salt on red meat. A good steak seasoned with the salt and then sprinkled with melted thyme butter...yum!!!

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  15. Now those are some amazingly delicious recipes!! Would love to try it out in all my dishes!

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  16. Love that strawberry salad idea...and cheesy chicken looks great too.

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  17. I am not as inventive as you ladies in the kitchen. If I won the giveaway I would happily give these recipes a try and surprise my guy with dinner. Everything looks so delicious. I know it's around 6 a.m. here but I want that stuffed chicken bad! Yummy!

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  18. I had a couple of recipe ideas -
    First, I thought that the Balsalmic Marinade would be great on chicken, but I tend to keep vegetarian, so;
    Grilled Balsalmic Herb Marinated Portobello Mushroom cap with Swiss on Grilled Rosemary Foccacia w/ Roasted Red Pepper and Onion

    and second;
    I thought that the Seasoning Salt might be good on shrimp, kind of like an Old Bay, and that salty savoriness might pair nicely with the sour spice of Frank's Red Hot Hot Sauce, so;
    Red Hot Spaghetti with Salt-Seasoned Grilled Shrimp and Onion

    oh, and I visited all 5 of the other contributing sites :)

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  19. I love all things balsamic. I would either marinade some chicken and then grill, or come up with some kind of salad dressing with it.

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  20. These look like delicious recipes, Debbi!

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  21. I would use the balsamic marinade on steak and then grill it.

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  22. I have a recipe that calls for equal parts of a bbq sauce, I'd use the Balsamic Herb Marinade and orange marmalade(you can use any jam or jelly).
    Put that in the slow cooker then add a bag of frozen turkey meatballs and turn it on high for 3hrs or low for 5 or 6 and yummy appetizers are made.
    Serve straight from the crock.

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  23. Visited Once A Month Mom and entered her giveaway.

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  24. Visited A Mom's Take and entered her giveaway.

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  25. Visited the The Naptime Chef and entered her giveaway.

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  26. Visited Dinner with Julie and left a comment.

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  27. Visited a Wholesome Mommy and entered her giveaway.

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  28. This certainly does sound like a great meal. I will certainly have to give it a try with my family.

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  29. Yummy on shrimp!

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  30. Goodness! The possibilities are endless! I love using the seasoned salt in my twice baked potatoes! Mmmmm!

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  31. I marinate in Lawry's then grill. Nothing better!
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  32. I like to use lawry's seasoned salt on fried potatoes and onions.mommafox1943 at msn dot com

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  33. I visited Wholesome Mommy. mommafox1943 at msn dot com.

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  34. These recipes all sound so good, and your cheese stuffed chicken sounds divine. Thank you for sharing it with the Hearth and Soul blog hop!

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  35. Thanks so much for linking this to Made it on Monday! That chicken is calling my name!

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  36. I would use the Seasoned Salt on homemade french fries! Yum!

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  37. Delicious! The strawberries look so tasty in the salad too.

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  38. Great recipe. Hopped over from VB, a bit late but I made it. You have a lovely blog here. Very impressed.

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  39. Love the recipe. I would love to try that marinade on some salmon!

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  40. Guess What???

    YOU made the TOP 3 Picks on Made it on Monday!

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  41. What a great way to get some new ideas for the table.

    Thanks for sharing at the hearth and soul hop.

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  42. Super yummy!

    Thank you so much for linking up last week and sharing this recipe over on my mommy solution meme. It was one of the top viewed ideas shared last week. :)

    http://www.crystalandcomp.com/2011/08/the-mommy-club-share-your-resources-and-solutions-6/

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