Chicken rolls stuffed with ham and cheese. Recipe
I have always found the recipes for dishes that are so versatile that you can make and serve them for a meal, a dinner and even to accompany a few drinks in the appetizer. If you add to this that you can eat them hot or warm, you already have a perfect dish for any occasion.
Today I propose this recipe for chicken rolls stuffed with ham and cheese that are perfect for a different meal if you accompany them with a carbohydrate or some vegetables. Being a very interchangeable preparation, and taking advantage of the fact that we are a few steps away from the weekend, you can also serve it for tapas full of flavor and texture.
IngredientsFor 2 persons
- Chicken breast 1
- Sliced York ham 1
- Sliced sandwich cheese 1
- Bread crumbs
- Wheat flour
- Eggs 1
- Olive oil
- Ground black pepper
How to make chicken rolls stuffed with ham and cheeseDifficulty: medium
- Total time 45 m
- Elaboration 15 m
- Cooking 30 m
We are going to cut the chicken breast in two lengthwise to flatten it as much as possible. They can do it with a wooden roller. Season with salt and pepper. We cut the ham in two and put it on the chicken. We do the same with cheese. We form a roll with the chicken that we close with a pair of wooden sticks.
We beat the egg. We pass the chicken roll first by flour, then by the egg * and finally by the breadcrumbs. We repeat the same steps with all the chicken breasts that we are going to use. We put the rolls in a refractory lightly greased with oil and bake, at 180ºC, for about 25 to 30 minutes. Before serving, we cut the chicken rolls into little wheels like sushi.
What to accompany the chicken rolls stuffed with ham and cheese
I recommend serving these chicken rolls filled with ham and cheese hot or warm. You can enjoy them for a meal with some pasta or Asian noodles. You can also offer them for the aperitif hour with a few good glasses of red or white wine of your choice.
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