In the baby bell pepper suggestions Jana had me at cheesesteak. Actually, anyone could have me for a cheesesteak but perhaps I have said too much. Grill or sauté the chicken breast, sauté the peppers and some onion, smother it with cheese and stick it on good bread... therein lay my problem. I had no good bread and I cannot eat a cheesesteak on wheat. Besides, even if I could my cheese options were limited. I know the purists in Philly use a sort of Cheez Whiz and personally I prefer a nice provolone but I had neither.
So I scooted down a bit in the comments and although Rbelle's stuffed peppers were tempting I decided to try Aiyim's chicken recipe which was posted thusly:
Here's a recipe for my very favorite chicken... mix together: ~1/2 chopped red bell pepper, 2 chopped roma tomatoes, 2 cloves garlic, 2 tbsp fresh parsley, 1 cup crumbled feta cheese, 1/2 tsp oregano. arrange ~4 chicken breasts in a baking dish and sprinkle with pepper. pour the pepper/tomato/feta mixture over the chicken. drizzle with 1 tbsp olive oil. bake for 25-30 min at 400.
I confess that I thought the recipe just forgot to mention salt and I was about to add some when I remembered all of those epicurious commenters who substitute maple syrup for cornstarch and vinegar for frog legs and then complain that the final result is unpleasant. So I made it exactly as directed and it is a good thing, too, because the feta allowed it to be plenty salty without any additions. I did add cilantro but not because I thought I needed to elevate the flavor profile or anything; I just accidentally identified the cilantro in my refrigerator as flat-leaf parsley and did not recognize my mistake until I smelled it going into the bowl.
I will make this again and the only thing I would do differently next time is I would first sear the breasts before baking. I love a nice sear.
Note: I took the photo before I put it into the oven because I liked the colors and then I neglected to photograph it after it came out because I was starving and Caroline was standing on my foot shouting "EAT! EAT! EAT!"
Thanks for all the suggestions! I plan to try something else from the comments if I can get to the peppers before Patrick finishes them raw.