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Yep, saute on the shrooms, some rosemary, and wilted spinach at the end. Pat the chicken dry. Cut a pocket in the chicken breast and stuff. Brown on both sides and toss it in the oven at 425 with the potatoes on a separate roasting pan.
Hope it was as good as it looks. Incidentally, I've found that dry brining (fancy way of saying salt this shit out of the cock a day ahead of time) chicken is a must for me.
 

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Hope it was as good as it looks. Incidentally, I've found that dry brining (fancy way of saying salt this shit out of the cock a day ahead of time) chicken is a must for me.

Dry brine for bone-in... but this is boneless and then cut in half before cooking. IMO, the wet brine is key for a stuffed chicken breast. They are awful when they dry out!
 

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Dry brine for bone-in... but this is boneless and then cut in half before cooking. IMO, the wet brine is key for a stuffed chicken breast. They are awful when they dry out!
I defer to your experience -- I haven't done much with boneless breast. Everything I've seen from you indicates that you do your research though. Are you familiar with the Food Lab (Kenji Lopez-Alt)? I swear by his methodology, he's rarely let me down. I have a fucking engineering degree so that should be no surprise :chuckle:
 

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I need to read more of his stuff... I remember reading the Serious Eats website back a few years. I haven't been researching cooking as much the past few years but inspiration is always helpful.
 

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I need to read more of his stuff... I remember reading the Serious Eats website back a few years. I haven't been researching cooking as much the past few years but inspiration is always helpful.
Fair enough. I started off as an internet fan of his, but one day saw his book for sale on a random Costco trip, and the rest is history.
 
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I defer to your experience -- I haven't done much with boneless breast. Everything I've seen from you indicates that you do your research though. Are you familiar with the Food Lab (Kenji Lopez-Alt)? I swear by his methodology, he's rarely let me down. I have a fucking engineering degree so that should be no surprise :chuckle:
Kenji's the man.

When I want the basic, easy way to do things right I go to Alton Brown.

When I want to know the best way to do something, I go to The Food Lab.
 

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Oh, I did make a homemade pumpkin syrup two weeks ago that was a hit with Mrs. Keys. I have enjoyed it too.

Boil 2 cups of water with:
*Cinnamon stick
*5-8 cloves
*1/2 star anise
*2-3 cardamom seeds
*Inch of peeled ginger

After 15 minutes, pull out aromatics and stir in:
*Half a small can of pumpkin puree (4-6 ounces)
*1 cup sugar
*Grated nutmeg
*Healthy shake of allspice or pumpkin pie spice

Once it tightens up to a syrup, it is the flavor of the season. Smells amazing when you make it. You will get laid.

 

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Oh, I did make a homemade pumpkin syrup two weeks ago that was a hit with Mrs. Keys. I have enjoyed it too.

Boil 2 cups of water with:
*Cinnamon stick
*5-8 cloves
*1/2 star anise
*2-3 cardamom seeds
*Inch of peeled ginger

After 15 minutes, pull out aromatics and stir in:
*Half a small can of pumpkin puree (4-6 ounces)
*1 cup sugar
*Grated nutmeg
*Healthy shake of allspice or pumpkin pie spice

Once it tightens up to a syrup, it is the flavor of the season. Smells amazing when you make it. You will get laid.

Amoretti's syrups are really good if you're lazy. I buy both their crema di pumpkin and pumpkin spice and combine them to make a pretty close to Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte flavor.
 

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