Monday, February 22, 2010

Chicken Roulades

A Gentleman Farmer Favorite!
Here is what you will need ~
4 boneless skinless chicken breasts, pounded thin
Thin ham slices
Swiss cheese
Seasoned Bread Crumbs (I like the Italian or Herb and Garlic)
1 egg, beaten with a splash of milk
Salt, pepper and garlic powder
Butter/Olive oil
Stack about 4 narrow slices of cheese in the center of
2 thin slices of ham. Roll ham around cheese.
Center on chicken breast.
Season with salt, pepper and garlic powder.
Roll chicken breast around ham/cheese and
secure with toothpicks and/or heavy thread.
(Try to completely encase so cheese doesn't leek out when melted.
This is easier said than done!)
Dip chicken bundles in egg and then in bread crumbs.

Brown in heavy bottom pan in melted butter,
turning to brown evenly on all sides.
I needed to add additional Olive oil to the pan.
When browned, put on a lid and let cook for about 20min
or until chicken is no longer pink.)
I served it with a simple rice pilaf and steamed fresh asparagus!


It was sooo good! ;~P


Anonymous said...

Raeann - that looks absolutely yummy! I hope you have leftovers, because I am coming over! :)

donna said...

This looks delicious. Chicken is one of our favorites meals. Thanks for the recipe. God bless.

The Watts Family said...

Got any leftovers???? I can be right there....Now I know why Wyatt drools when he sees food hehehe that looks SOOOO GOOOOOD ~Blessings Love Heather

Sharon said...


That looks so delicious! Anything with cheese would be :) I have never made roulades but will have to try that, I'm sure my honey would love it. Thanks for sharing and have ablessed day!

Anonymous said...

This does look so yummy and sounds exactly like my recipe for Chicken Kiev...
I am going to put this on my menu plan for sometime this upcoming week!
Think of you often! ♥

Nadine said...

mmm...looks yummy! I have not had that in years and even then I did not make it! Thank you for sharing your recipe with us!


Anonymous said...

Oh this is a delicious recipe :)

I have made this dish with prosciutto and mozzarella cheese.

Anyway you make it ~ it comes out delicious. But we can not forget the rice pilaf and the asparagus. Did you steam them?

Thank you for sharing,


cheri said...

That sounds like my recipe for Chicken Kiev too! So delicious...but you are right ...a little tricky.


Camille said...

Yummy ~ How special your family must have felt when you served them that! :)