Recipe: Baked Chicken Kiev (a buttery feast of goodness!)

Recipe: Baked Chicken Kiev (a buttery feast of goodness!)

Baked Chicken Kiev… it just sounds fancy, doesn’t it? Don’t let the name scare you from making this delicious meal. It’s YUM on a plate. Seriously. What makes baked chicken kiev so good? I’ll give you a hint:

Baked Chicken Kiev Recipe. You must make this!

Yeah, it’s the butter. An herby, garlicky, delicious buttery goodness that is stuffed inside the chicken. Yes, stuffed. Drooling yet?  Good.

And lest you think the butter makes this dish a healthy “no no,” may I please remind you of the benefits of butter? Butter tastes good. Butter (real butter) is good for you. So yes, this baked chicken kiev recipe should not be ignored. Make it tonight if you can. It’s that good.

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19 comments

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  2. Miz Helen

    Hi Robin,
    We just love Chicken Kiev! Thank you so much for sharing your awesome recipe with Full Plate Thursday. Hope you have a great weekend and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

  3. Kendra Coble

    I couldn’t find the sprouted bread crumbs. Which company do you buy yours for
    ?

  4. Kendra Coble

    I couldn’t find the sprouted bread crumbs. Which company do you buy yours from?


    1. Post author
      Robin Konie

      I make my own from sprouted or sour dough bread. Just throw a few stale pieces of bread in a food processor and chop away. Or you can “dry” them in a 350 degree oven for five or so minutes before putting in the processor or blender.

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