Roasted Pepper Stuffed Chicken Rolls

17 Nov



I just tried these last night and I could not wait to post them.  I loved these.  There is a little deli in Salt Lake that serves a chicken sandwich that has these same flavors.  I think it is called Tuscan chicken sandwich.  This tastes so much like it, but without the carbs!!  I originally saw this on “Hungry Girl” but she used a tomato soup and sour cream sauce over it.  That did not sound great to me so I decided to just try the chicken roll without the sauce.  It was so good. This is a great skinnylicious recipe and one that I will be cooking again real soon.  It is simple and quick.


Boneless, skinless chicken breasts

Laughing cow light garlic and herb cheese wedges

Fresh Basil

Roasted Red peppers



Pound chicken breasts until thin and uniform in shape.   Place a wedge of the cheese, a few basil leaves and a piece of roasted pepper in the middle and roll up.  Secure with a tooth pick.  Salt and pepper to taste.  Place in a greased casserole dish and cook at 350 covered for about 30-45 minutes.  Remove foil and bake for another 15-20 minutes until chicken is starting to turn golden and juices run clear.







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