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Chicken Packets in Bacon

Updated: Jun 17

  • Serbian traditional chicken fillet with smoked ham with the addition of paprika and Trappist cheese. It is easy to prepare and ready quickly! You can cook it in oil or on the grill. This dish goes fantastically with salads, fries, baked potatoes, vegetables, grilled vegetables, etc. Follow recipe.

Chicken Packets in Bacon
Ingredients: simple , total time: 35 min. 4 serving
  • 1 Tbsp oil/ or 1.5 teaspoon fat

  • 16 smoked bacon slices/ cut in thin sheets

  • 500 g chicken file/cut in thin fillets 5 mm

  • 1 roasted red pepper/ cut in cubes

  • 1 teaspoon bio dry spice/ Vegeta

  • black pepper to taste

  • 100 g Trappist cheese or any other/ cut in cubes

  1. Wash the chicken breast, remove the bones and cartilage.

  2. Cut into thin slices, season with pinch of organic spices, salt, and pepper to taste.

  3. Place 2 slices of bacon in a cross, then add the chicken fillet. If the bacon is thinly sliced, place two pieces each.

  4. Put the rest of the paprika on the side if you have any. You will see how many fillets you have for each fillet goes for a cube of pepper. Grill the diced pepper in a little oil.

  5. Add a cube of roasted paprika and small cube of cheese to the chicken fillet.

  6. Close the chicken fillet into a square together with the bacon and connect everything with a toothpick. So that the juices do not come out of the fillet during baking.

  7. Fry in hot oil or grill until golden brown on both sides. If you have leftover peppers, grill them together with the chicken packets, so they will be juicier and softer.

  8. Remove the toothpicks before serving, as it can be dangerous, especially for small children!

  9. Serve with side dishes: baked potatoes, peas, purée, broccoli, rice, and a salad of your choice.

Buon appetito!


  • Instead of paprika, you can also use dry neck ham, if you prefer meatier.

  • Instead of smoked bacon, you can also use meaty bacon. It would be good if the butcher cut them into thin slices. That way you will save time, and it will be more beautiful if they are machined.

  • The best salads are tomato salad with onions, roasted peppers with the addition of olive oil and garlic, mixed salad or grilled vegetables.

  • If you have leftovers, cover, and store in the refrigerator for up to 3 days!

  • These chicken packets can be fried in the oven at 180 for about 35 to 40 minutes, turning the meat occasionally.

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Super brava