Quick Feta-Stuffed Fig-Glazed Chicken


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In between runs to basketball practice for Sam, I threw together this chicken dish. I usually have chicken quarters on hand, as we all love the dark meat. They’re also super cheap and easier and quicker to cook than a whole chicken. This night, I stirred together some (Braswell’s) fig preserves, soy sauce, and the juice of one orange. I sprinkled the chicken quarters with some garlic powder, kosher salt and pepper, stuffed some feta cheese-under the skin and poured the preserve mixture over it. I tossed in some prunes, and baked for about an hour at 375F uncovered. When the chicken was done, I tossed a bag of 90 second Uncle Ben’s original rice in the microwave and served it topped with the yummy juices from the chicken. Yum.

—By Jill Melton, Editor

This article was originally published as Quick Feta-Stuffed Fig-Glazed Chicken on Relish.com.

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