Why a bold adventure? Well, it's not everyday that I base dinner on an old newspaper clipping. In fact, any recipes I just happen to find laying around (aside from the ones all over my desk) are highly suspect. But, this one seemed trustworthy, as it came from that family Ziploc.
So, here's the deal with these. The directions say to drizzle these things with olive oil before sprinkling on the paprika and putting them in the oven. The problem with that is my wife and I both cannot eat olive oil, so I omitted this step. I should have at least rubbed them down with some vegetable oil because these turned out a little dry and rubbery, especially the outer layer of chicken.
Overall, the flavor was pretty good. Artichoke and sun dried tomato is a sophisticated taste combo that I enjoy sometimes. Jen couldn't eat it because of the rubbery chicken, and my daughter didn't like it at all. I thought it was pretty good, but not outstanding. I did finally get to use those capers that have been in the fridge for awhile though, and it was my first time eating those. I found that the capers made it taste like Feta was used instead of Parmesan.
It's doubtful I will ever make this particular recipe again, but I really like the concept on stuffing chicken like this. I'll have to figure out some Noob family fav ingredients to put in like more cheese, maybe coat the exterior in Panko, and I definitely won't forget to oil it down before popping it in the oven.