Very good, didn't roll them into bundles (just didn't have time). Added some garlic powder and they turned out moist and tender (so did the asparagus). I also left them covered the entire cooking time, not realizing half of the time if was to have been uncovered. <br/>Tip: For anyone having difficulty "pounding" out the breasts, first half them horizontally and you'll save yourself a lot of frustration :-)
I made a recipe similar to this one a while ago and i used mozzarella instead and didn't wrap it in string, instead i just placed the seam where the ends overlapped on the bottom and put italian bread crumbs on top and a piece of rosemary. Its really simple and tastes amazing!
Yum! This recipe is so easy and so good, I would make this again for sure. I did have to cook the chicken for 10-15 minutes longer as it wasn't cooked through. Make sure you use a good amount of lemon pepper because it's the only seasoning. Made for PRMR tag game. Thanks Debbwl! :)
Well I know why this was in BakinBaby's Best of 2010 cookbook! Absolutely delicious and so very moist. My teen DD who normally does not enjoy asparagus asked for some extra to replace what she had eaten out of the middle of her chicken. So very simple to prepare and purely wonderful. I'll definitely be using this recipe often. I did make one slight change and that was to use a garlic pepper grinder in place of lemon as I did not have lemon on hand tonight. Made for the Best of 2010 tag event!
We really enjoyed this dish. The asparagus and chicken was a lovely combo and will certainly make again. Made for holiday tag.
We had this last night. As i never know how to cook asparagus, I thought this was great. Very simply to make. Served with a side salad.
This is a very easy and tastey chicken recipe. I couldn't get my chicken pounded thin enough...next time I will ask the butcher! I think this would actually be easier with the tenderloins! Thanks for sharing.
Easy and tasty chicken dish! I used thin sliced chicken breasts which made the wrapping easy, and I just held them with toothpicks. Really enjoyed this - thanks for sharing the recipe!
AWESOME & SIMPLE! My 2 favorite things all at the same time! I didn't have chicken breasts so instead I used the tenderloins. What I did was, I layed them all out in a row, side by side, and then layed the asparagus down next and topped everything with the cheese. It turned out just perfectly! Great flavors and it just couldn't have been easier. Thanks, Debb!
O'kay from the outstart I will say I have a real problem with pounding out chicken breasts and filling (but since learning to use a small frypan/skillet with the breast between plastic it has become easier), I could only get 2 asparagus spears per breast with 1/4 cup of cheese - and a bonus is the DM ate up the asparagus, she doesn't normally eat green vegetables but I asked her to try and she ate), the DH thought the chicken and especially the asparagus was perfect (crisp and not not limp and overcooked). I appreciated the idea of using kitchen string to bring it together but still couldn't seal it well enough to stop the cheese totally leaking out into the water. I would have liked a sauce with it (maybe a white cheese) but the DH disagreed. So overall at the end of the day satisfied different tastes and made for a good family meal, thank you Debbwl, made for Everyday is a Holiday.