Chicken Rollatine and A Winner

Happy day to you, my friends!
I hope your May is off to a beautiful start.
Today I have a delicious recipe I want to share with you,
but first I would like to announce the winner of the Courageous DVD.
The blessed winner is:
Tea Lady
Congratulations, dear one!
I will get the DVD shipped off as soon as possible.

Now onto the tasty Chicken Rollatine recipe.
This is a pretty dish that looks more difficult to make than it really is.
The perfect dish for company.


2 1/2 tablespoons butter
2 large cloves garlic, chopped
1 sweet red pepper, diced
4 green onions, finely chopped
8 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1/2 pound mozzarella cheese, shredded {2 cups}
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
3 eggs, beaten
1 cup dry seasoned bread crumbs
1/3 cup chopped fresh parsley
1/2 cup oil

Melt butter in a small saucepan.
Add garlic, sweet red pepper and green onions;
saute for 5 minutes.

Place chicken breast halves between sheets of plastic wrap.
Lightly pound until paper thin.
Season chicken with salt and pepper.

Combine mozzarella and red pepper mixture in a small bowl.
Place 2 tablespoons mixture in the center of each chicken breast half.
Fold sides over to form a hockey-puck-type patty.
Place patties, flap side down, on a baking sheet or metal pan.
Freeze for 20 minutes to hold together for frying
{this is an incredible trick}.

Place flour, eggs, and bread crumbs in 3 separate bowls.
Mix parsley into bread crumbs.
Dip patties first in flour, then in eggs, and finally in the crumbs to coat.
You can wrap and refrigerate for up to 4 hours is you wish.

Heat oven to 350 degrees F.

Heat half of the oil in a medium-size skillet.
Working in batches, saute patties in skillet for 1 to 2 minutes per side
or until golden brown, add more oil as needed.
Place in baking pan.

Bake in heated 350 degree oven for 20 - 25 minutes
or until internal temperature of chicken
registers 170 degrees F on an instant read-thermometer.

Serve with wild rice and your favorite vegetable.

This recipe quickly became a favorite in our household.
I hope you enjoy it as well.

Have a delightful day, sweet friends!



Elizabethd said...

Yum yum! That's one I must try.

Vee said...

We eat a lot of chicken and so I am always looking for new recipes. This one sounds fabulous!

Elizabeth said...

This recipe looks just delicious, Stephanie :) I'm ALWAYS looking for new chicken recipes and this one sounds just wonderful! I'm going to be trying this one out soon...thank you for sharing the recipe!

Thank you as well for the kind words you left on my blog this morning. They were such a blessing to read and a great encouragement to me ♥ Thank you for that!

Hope your week is off to a lovely start! Sending much love and many hugs!

Debbie said...

congrats to your lucky winner, you are always hosting something fun!!! the chicken looks delicious, i wonder if i could skip the pan frying and go directly to the oven. perhaps it would not be a crisp...i am trying to stay away from fried foods. thanks for sharing the recipe!!!

magnoliasntea said...

Congrats to Tea Lady. Love the sound of this recipe.
Have a wonderful week!

Andrea Ostapovitch said...

That looks wonderful! Thank-you so much Stephanie and have a great week.

Karen@Southern Gal Meets Midwest said...

Yum! I will definitely try this recipe. My family loves chicken and I am always looking for different ways to serve it. Thanks for sharing with us Stephanie. Have a blessed week my friend :)

Prunella Pepperpot said...

Gosh I'm now very hungry. It looks delicious, thank you so much for sharing.
Have a wonderful week :)

Sandy said...

Not only does it look pretty - it looks delicious!
sandy xx

Tamago said...

Oh yum! Your recipe sounds sooo good and it looks super yummy! I love dishes using bread crumbs. I'm getting hungry now :-)

mamasmercantile said...

It really does look wonderful, we eat a lot of chicken so nice to try a new recipe. Thank you for sharing.

Nancy's Notes said...

What a delicious looking recipe! I'm so happy that I found your blog at our mutual friend, Diana Takes a Break's wonderful blog,
Great recipe, thank you!

Billie Jo said...

Oh Stephanie!
This looks amazing!
Thanks so much, my dear friend.
Hope your spring is as lovely as you! : )

Jan said...

Hi Stephanie,
What a scrumptious looking recipe...and I love chicken. I'll be trying this recipe soon.
Jan ♥

Linda Walker said...

The chicken looks delicious! I am going to try it! Thanks for sharing the recipe.....and congrats to TEA LADY too!

Faye Henry said...

Sounds like a keeper for sure, my friend.. I can't wait to try it.. Thanks so much. Have a blessed week.. xo

Amy at love made my home said...

Your chicken sounds delicious!

Anne Payne said...

I am salivating over here!!! That chicken looks scrumptious! You can cook for me anytime :-)


AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

Sounds so good and man-friendly too! Pinning for next week's menu!

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Oh my goodness, does this chicken dish ever sound great! I like the trick of freezing the prepped chicken before dipping and browning. I can't wait to try it. Also, your meal looks soooo pretty on your blue and white dishes and sitting on the blue edged doily. Love and hugs, sweet girl!

Roosterhead Designs said...

Looks and sounds delicious Stephanie! Mmmmm~
& such a beautiful presentation : )
hugs to you, Karen O

Daniela said...

Congrats to the winner and thank you, my lovely, for your so inviting dish, your recipe is truly precious to me !

Hope your week is off to a great start, dearie, I wish you most wonderful days to come,
sending blessings of joy to you


Bethany Carson said...

That looks good! I've been working through recipe after recipe for chicken breasts lately trying to find the perfect one. Today I made two--one was baked with cream of chicken soup, which turned out ok. The other one was cooked with lemons--and ended up overcooked and very lemony!! I will keep trying. Thanks for the recipe!

Deborah Montgomery said...

Congratulations to your winner! Your chicken recipe looks delicious; what a good idea to freeze to help it hold together. Hope you're having a good week, Stephanie. xo

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

Such an appetizing chicken recipe and I always appreciate little tips thrown in to make it a successful experience.
Congrats to your winner of the DVD.

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Stephanie,

Your dinner looks delicious and is making me feel hungry - need to go and have my lunch soon.
Congratulations to Tea Lady - she will be thrilled.
Happy May dear friend and thanks for the kind visit to my blog.
Sending hugs

Mari said...

Congrats to Tea Lady! That chicken looks so good!

Margie said...

Congrats to your giveaway winner!

Your chicken rollantine looks scrumptious!

Debbie Harris said...

Mmmm...that looks both delicious and beautiful in your presentation, Stephanie. Those two plates placed together really look nice, and the blue edged doily matches beautifully.
I will have to give this a try, unless maybe you would just like to have us over for a meal? :-)
Lovely post and congratulations to your winner, Tea Lady.

Love you~~

Debbie Harris said...

Mmmm...that looks both delicious and beautiful in your presentation, Stephanie. Those two plates placed together really look nice, and the blue edged doily matches beautifully.
I will have to give this a try, unless maybe you would just like to have us over for a meal? :-)
Lovely post and congratulations to your winner, Tea Lady.

Love you~~

tealady said...

Thank-you for being chosen to win the DVD I am so looking forward to watching a good family movie.

camp and cottage living said...

Stephanie, your chicken dish looks so yummy-thank you for sharing it!
Congrats to the Tea Lady on her win.

Consider It All Joy said...

The recipe you shared and the photos, of course, looks so yummy! I think I may need to try something like that for my son. May you enjoy a blessed week! Cindy xo

Cheryl said...

Oh, my, this sounds so yummy! I have recently started cooking more with red peppers...they are so delicious. Sending you love and hugs, sweet friend. :)

Manu said...

I like chicken cooked this way; I'm sure my daughter will enjoy it.
Thanks for sharing

shortybear said...

the recipe sounds delicious

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

That looks pretty TASTY! Hi there, Stephanie! Congratulations to the winner, and I hope you are enjoying a lovely May. We are. My goodness, you should see the color of the trees!!!

Off to work now. LOVE!

Pam~ Virginia Retro said...

I love this recipe already, before even making it. You can just tell by the ingredients good it will be. The presentation is so beautiful on the blue and white dish with crocheted doilies. Thanks Stephanie.

Congrats to the winner!

Anonymous said...

One I will definitely try! Looks good! Thanks ♥

Conniecrafter said...

Oh my that does sound very interesting, I like how you commented on the tricky part of keeping it all together to fry, I was thinking it might work in the oven but then I see you do end up putting it in the oven too :) That would make guests very happy to have this meal :)
Hope your week is going well!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Congrats to the winner! And thanks for this recipe...I would LOVE to try it! I'm hungry right now...any left? heehee! Hugs!

Shoregirl said...

Looks and sounds yummy!

Creations By Cindy said...

Congrats to the winner! How wonderful! Ooh...I think I might have to make this! Looks yummy. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Jeanna said...

Oh wow, Stephanie. I just finished eating dinner and my mouth is watering from reading this recipe. If it tastes half as good as it looks and sounds it will be wonderful.

Thank you for you sharing the recipe.

SpicingUpIdaho said...

Oh Stephanie, this dish sounds delightful! I like the fact that it can be prepared ahead and fried/baked right before eating... and the combination of mozzarella and red peppers really sounds incredible! Your pictures are so pretty, you certainly have a talent for getting the lighting and design just right!

Trust you are having a lovely week so far! {{Hugs}}

Wen Green said...

Mmmmmm, looking very yummy!!! And your photos are such a joy to look at, beautifully photographed, my friend! Happy May wishes to you, xx

Sara - My Woodland Garden said...

Hello dear Stephanie, you are an excellent cook and take great photos. :)
It's always a joy to visit your blog.
Today we celebrate Holy Thursday. I think you do as well. Wishing you a happy and serene day! Hugs!

Tuula @ Thrifty Rebel Vintage said...

That looks absolutely delicious Stephanie!

Bonnie said...

Recipe sounds delicious. I need something different with chicken.

Thanks for your visit and kind comment.

I hope the spring has been special for you. Our weather has been a huge blessing. I've been working in my yard and it has been pleasant. I know the humidity and heat is just around the corner. We are ahead of you but you probably don't get humidity even in the summer.

September Violets said...

This recipe sounds delicious!! I like it when you say it's great for company because it's easier than it looks ;) Thanks for sharing it Stephanie.

Lowcarb team member said...

That dish looks and sounds great ...

Thanks for sharing it with us.

All the best Jan

Red Rose Alley said...

Oh, this chicken dish looks delicious. I love anything garlic. You have made it look so Yummy with your pics, Stephanie. It looks moist too, as sometimes chicken can be dry. :) I think the mozzarella cheese adds an extra something.

love, ~Sheri

Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies said...

Stephanie ~ This sounds so delicious! I absolutely must try making this!

Robyn said...

Hi Stephanie,

For some reason, I'm not getting notifications about your new posts so I thought I'd pop over and it looks like I've been missing out!
This dish looks delicious and I'm loving your photos! My mouth is watering and it's only 6:30 am, lol. Definitely will be adding this to our list of things to try.
How are you, friend? I have a feeling you are super busy :)

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