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    Stuffed Chicken Roll-Ups




    Ingredients

    4 boneless skinless chicken breasts
    4 slices prosciutto ham
    4 slices provolone cheese
    8 fresh basil leaves
    kosher salt to taste
    ground black pepper to taste
    garlic powder to taste
    italian seasoning to taste (optional)
    Preparation

    1. Trim off any excess fat from the chicken breasts as well as the small tenderloins if present.

    Place the breasts under a piece of plastic wrap and gently pound until a consistent 1/4" thickness.

    2. Sprinkle some kosher salt, pepper, garlic powder and italian seasoning (optional) over each flattened chicken breast.

    Lay a piece of prosciutto over each chicken breast.

    Place a slice of provolone cheese over the prosciutto.

    Place 2 fresh basil leaves over each slice of provolone.

    3. Tightly roll up each chicken breast (wide end to narrow end) and secure with a piece of string.

    Lightly rub the outside of each rolled up chicken breast with a little olive oil, kosher salt and pepper.

    4. Preheat your grill to 375F - 425F and set up for direct heat cooking.

    Once the grill reaches this cooking range place the chicken breasts on the grates and close the lid.

    Every 5 - 6 minutes lift the lid and flip the chicken breasts over to evenly cook all sides.

    After 18 - 20 minutes remove the chicken from the grill and serve.

    By: tasteofBBQ
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    Re: Stuffed Chicken Roll-Ups




    Mmmmm that sounds and looks awesome!

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    Re: Stuffed Chicken Roll-Ups




    Chicken rolls are very good. I prefer to fill them with spinach and feta.

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