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Recipe of stuffed boneless chicken

stuffed boneless chicken

2h 45 mins
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This chicken recipe is filled with ground meats with traditional filling and is a great alternative to traditional turkey. When going boned, you can enjoy slices complete with everything and filling.


12 portions
  • 25 grams bacon, fried minced
  • 2 1/2 kilos chicken
  • 125 grams ground pork
  • 125 grams ground beef
  • 25 grams olive
  • 25 grams raisin, dry
  • 25 grams seedless prune , chopped
  • 250 grams bacon, fried chopped
  • 125 grams carrot, chopped into squares
  • 2 garlic


The chicken is deboned starting with the breast, the skin is separated from the cartilage and bone, then followed, with the union of the breast and wings, then with the sternum or bones, gently, until reaching the legs, separated of the bone and the flesh and take out the bone, and the crotch and that's it.
Salpimientar, and add ground garlic in the whole chicken, which should be complete but boneless, you can inject wine when it comes to turkey.
Sauté the meats, chopped onion and minced garlic, add all the vegetables such as olives, raisins, plums, 1 cup of white wine and cook for 3 minutes, or until the meat is cooked.
Fill the chicken, little by little, inside the legs, crotch, on the breast and on the wings, try to make the chicken figure. varnish the chicken with butter.
Bake 45 minutes or until a toothpick does not come out with blood water (since it does not contain bones).


While baking, cut with a scissors a white sheet folded in two, like beards, and when removing the chicken decorate with these legs, and now.


It is suggested that you bite calmly so as not to break the skin of the chicken.

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