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Old 03-21-2011, 12:28 PM   #11
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Ooo.. prosciutto... might have to try that... :D

Once we are done with leftovers of course. I made 6... they are chunky.
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Old 03-21-2011, 12:40 PM   #12
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Ooo.. prosciutto... might have to try that... :D

Once we are done with leftovers of course. I made 6... they are chunky.
After that, try it with Genoa salami.
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Old 03-21-2011, 12:42 PM   #13
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Maybe I should wrap the pepperoni and prosciutto in the salami and forget the chicken.
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Maybe I should wrap the pepperoni and prosciutto in the salami and forget the chicken.

Now you're talkin'!!
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Old 03-21-2011, 01:09 PM   #15
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Thanks for the recipe, Frank. I'm a cooking gadget junkie , and I ordered some silicone cooking bands I can't wait to use (think heat proof rubber bands).....copied and pasted.
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Old 03-21-2011, 01:47 PM   #16
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ooh that looks delicious! i always bake my chicken rolls but always forget the sauce...mmmm i will make this this week, unfortunately i don't have pepperoni and must use some other type of deli type style meat...
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Thanks for the recipe, Frank. I'm a cooking gadget junkie , and I ordered some silicone cooking bands I can't wait to use (think heat proof rubber bands).....copied and pasted.
Neato! Let us know how you like them when you get a chance to try them. I might want to get some.
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I am thinking this could be done in so many different ways... mayhaps chicken rolls for a week or two.. every night.. something different.
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Thanks for the recipe, Frank. I'm a cooking gadget junkie , and I ordered some silicone cooking bands I can't wait to use (think heat proof rubber bands).....copied and pasted.
Kayelle, I love them. I have used them on roasts, stuffed chicken breasts, you name it. I have a variety of sizes but you don't need to.

Frank, I am impressed. This sounds like yum! I also like the meat lovers version you and Andy M came up with!
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I am thinking this could be done in so many different ways... mayhaps chicken rolls for a week or two.. every night.. something different.
How about a chicken roll GCC challenge - this time you could enter and Kathleen could go "yum"!
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Chicken-Pepperoni Rolls [B][SIZE=3]Ingredients[/SIZE] Rolls:[/B] Boneless/skinless Chicken breasts (pounded right flat). 2 slices sandwich pepperoni per breast (unless the breasts are really small). I added extra pizza pepperonis cause I had them. 1 slice provolone per breast (add more, it's ok). Shredded mozzarella. [B]Sauce:[/B] Can crushed tomatoes. Little bit of white wine. Some diced pepperoni (whatever looks good, I used pizza pepperoni and stacked about 2 inches). Minced shallot. Italian seasoning to taste. Garlic powder to taste. Crushed red pepper to taste. [B] [SIZE=3]Method[/SIZE][/B] [B]Rolls:[/B] Pound chicken really flat. Put pepperoni and cheese on and roll up. I tucked the edges first then rolled. Tie with butchers twine or toothpick to close them Brown in a large pan. [B]Sauce:[/B] Sautee shallots and minced pepperoni for a couple of minutes. Pour in wine and tomatoes. Add spices and simmer. Put rolls in baking dish pour sauce over and cover with shredded mozzarella (don't be shy). Baked in 350F preheated oven 30-40 minutes. Serve with a side of spaghetti. One roll per person should be sufficient... make extras. 3 stars 1 reviews
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