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Match Meat Chicken stuffed with spinach

We had a package of the Match Meat Chicken hanging out in the freezer so I decided to see if there was something I could make with it without having to go to the store. Match Meat Chicken stuffed with spinach was it! You’ll find the recipe here, but you can’t link directly to individual recipes, so just find it in the list and click. The only change I made was to season the meat with salt, pepper, oregano and a little garlic powder before dividing and filling. Oh yeah, I also browned them on the George Foreman grill before baking rather than pan frying. These were really easy and so good! They look like something you spent way more time on than you did. See how pretty it is?

The broccoli is just steamed broccoli, but the potatoes are a new product Cosmo’s is carrying, Instant Organic Mashed Potatoes by Edward & Sons. We tried the roasted garlic version. They were good and practically instant. If you aren’t into cooking, are in a hurry, or just need another quick component to your meal, these might be a good option for you. I’m probably too cheap to use them all that often though because I don’t mind making mashed potatoes.


  1. That looks delicious! I must try stuffing the Match Meat with something soon.

  2. Interesting! Where did you pick up the Match Meat?

  3. laura

    December 15, 2008 at 12:53 pm

    cosmo's carries several varieties of the match meat in the freezer section

  4. HI-
    This is lovely-will you email this to us so we can post it to our blog? I love sharing how our customers cook with Match™ meats-
    I am going to a conference wednesday night-and I called ahead and said I wanted a vegan meal-but I don't eat pasta or portobello mushrooms, so the chef said I should bring my own entree and he will heat it up for me. can you believe this? I am getting tired of being treated like a second class citizen-anyway I think I will make this chicken stuffed with spinach and show them how great vegan food can be…Thanks for the recipe!

  5. Hey-just found the recipe on our own website-thank you for making it and making it so appealing-allison

  6. laura

    January 9, 2009 at 12:20 pm

    yeah, i don't know why "professional" chefs are so confounded by cooking without animal products. they have veggies, right? olive or canola oil? stir fry over rice or quinoa or even mashed potatoes. yes, they can be made without milk & butter. geez.

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