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Old 08-05-2013, 06:56 PM   #1
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Chicken Rollups

Made these with the least amount of salt and fat that I could think of.

Used lower sodium ham and Laughing Cow low fat cheese spread, Costco No salt seasoning and BSCB that were pounded down.


Added a wedge of the Laughing Cow and then put a layer of the Costco seasoning


Added a layer of ham, (forgot to take pic) and rolled up the chicken and placed a couple o tooth pick in the seam to hold them together.


Added Costco seasoning to the outside of the chicken, rolled them in flour, then egg and then a mixture of flour, plain bread crumbs and more Costco no salt seasoning


Cooked them indirect to and internal temp of 165*


Chicken resting


What they looked like inside. Overall I was pleased, my Wife said they could use a little salt. I thought they had a lot of flavor considering I used low fat ingredients and no salt. Thanks for lookin'!
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Old 08-05-2013, 07:14 PM   #2
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Looks good V, a healthier take on chicken cordon bleu. I like melty cheese, how much cheese was there after yours finished cooking?
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Looks great V, I'm putting this one on the short list.
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Looks good V, a healthier take on chicken cordon bleu. I like melty cheese, how much cheese was there after yours finished cooking?
Only one lost some cheese and it only enough to land on the grate.
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I like the thinking behind this one. Gonna have to give this a try!
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Old 08-06-2013, 12:39 PM   #6
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Kinda looks like a lite chicken cordon bleu. Very interesting V, glad to see your still eating healthy.
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