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Monday, February 6, 2017

Chicken Broccoli Pita Stack



So, this is one of those things I'm definitely going to be making again and again...
and again. 
Ohmygosh - I would actually order this in a restaurant.
It's THAT good.


I love how well all the flavors and textures 
work together in this recipe. 



I wanted to keep the salt down in this one, so I used a 
salt-free seasoning. As if the seasoned chicken, broccoli, tomatoes and provolone didn't pack enough punch, adding a thin layer of Borsin cheese on each pita just brings it all together 
for over-the-top YUM factor!


I LOVE sharing great recipes, and I really hope 
you'll give this one a try. It's awesome :)


Chicken Broccoli Pita Stack

Ingredients
3 pita flat breads
2 chicken breasts, diced
10-12 grape tomatoes, sliced in half
2 c. broccoli florets
Mrs. Dash Salt-Free Garlic and Herb Seasoning
1 ½ Tbsp. olive oil
6 slices provolone cheese
3-4 Tbsp. Borsin cheese spread, slightly softened

Directions
Preheat oven to 350°

Heat olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat.

Add chicken. Sprinkle with Mrs. Dash seasoning (a couple teaspoons, or so). Stir and cook for a few minutes until nearly done.

Add broccoli and tomatoes to chicken and continue stirring and cooking until chicken is cooked through and broccoli is tender. Add a little more seasoning, if desired.

Meanwhile, lay out pita breads.

If Borsin isn’t “spreadable,” microwave it for about 10 seconds. Begin layering by spreading a thin layer of Borsin on all three pitas.

Arrange 3 slices of provolone on the first pita (overlapping slices slightly).

Spoon chicken and broccoli mixture evenly over provolone slices. Place the 2nd pita on top of chicken mixture with Borsin cheese side facing up.

Layer again with provolone and chicken broccoli mixture.

Place 3rd pita on top with the Borsin cheese side down.

Place in the oven just long enough for cheese to melt (about 10 minutes). Remove and let cool slightly before slicing. Serve hot.

(A couple variations: you could add one or two more layers, AND instead of spreading Borsin on the pitas, you could use a garlic aioli instead. The sky is the limit when it comes to filling options, but this basic recipe is delicious). Enjoy!

  

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