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Cream Cheese Chix / Pheasant Breastes'

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Did this with Pheasent breasts a couple of weeks ago and went over so well did it with chicken this last weekend.

6 pheasant breasts or 4 chicken breasts (cut in half for chix)

8 oz Cream Cheese

1/4 cup parmasean cheese

1/2 tbl spoon garlic powder

1/4 cup chopped green onion

Crushed corn flakes or crackers

Turn oven on to 350 degrees. Mix the cream cheese, parmasean, garlic powder and onion together. Roll your breastes' in the crushed corn flakes and put on cookie sheet. Put equal amounts of the cream cheese mixture on each breast. Fold breast over like a sandwich (use toothpicks to hold them in place). I spriking more of the crushed flakes over them when done. Pop in the oven for 40 minutes and serve.

Very tasty recipe. I use the fat free cream cheese, and it was really good.

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That does sound pretty darn tasty Shane. I might have to try that one out soon. What did you have for the sides?

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I made some cheesy tators and corn. Like I said, was real tasty. Oh for the pheasant I think I just made rice.

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