Grilled chicken breast with cheese stuffing
- Preparation time: 25 minutes
- Cook time: 40 minutes
Vietnamese do not use the traditional cheddar or mozzarella cheese found in Western cuisines. The one used in this recipe is processed cheese, a popular branch of which is Laughing Cow, but you can substitute with other types of cheese as well.
- 2 Chicken breasts
- 1 Cup grated cheese / 4 pieces of processed cheeses
- 2 Oregano leaves
- 2 Tbsp of spice
- 1 Tbsp of sugar
- 2 Tsp of pepper
- Mix chicken breasts with spice, pepper and oregano and marinate for 30 minutes
- Stuff cheese into the inner of chicken’s breasts
- Use toothpick to enclose the breasts tightly
- Turn on the toaster at 200 Celsius degree
- Apply cooking oil to the toast tray or line aluminum paper
- Grill the chicken until cheese melting out and the chickens turn into yellow
Serving suggestion: serve hot with bread or cooked rice
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