Total Time
1hr
Prep 30 mins
Cook 30 mins

These are so pretty--Susie's ingredients and an avogolemeno sauce that I learned from someone here at Recipezaar. Sliced on the diagonal so that the stuffing shows, they look lovely on a bed of jasmine rice or steamed spinach.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Pound the chicken breasts very thin--like the thinnest scallopini
  2. Simmer the chopped apricots and the raisins in the white wine till apricots are soft and raisins are plump; remove from heat and allow to cool slightly
  3. Mash the garlic cloves into a paste and set aside
  4. If using raw cashews, grind in coffee grinder until the nuts form a paste; if using cashew butter, proceed to next step
  5. Spread a thin layer of cashew butter/paste over the pounded chicken
  6. Lay a layer of spinach leaves over the chicken
  7. Scatter the apricots and raisins over the chicken
  8. Roll the chicken up tightly, tucking in the ends
  9. Beat one egg
  10. Dip each chicken roll into the beaten egg
  11. Roll each chicken roll in the breadcrumbs till lightly coated
  12. Heat the olive oil in a skillet over medium heat
  13. Saute the chicken rolls, turning with tongs, until cooked on all sides
  14. Remove chicken rolls to an oven-proof plate; tent with foil; keep warm
  15. If necessary, add additional olive oil to pan
  16. Add anchovies and saute till anchovies dissolve into oil
  17. Add garlic paste and pepper
  18. Add chicken stock and bring to a boil and reduce slightly
  19. Lower heat
  20. Mix remaining egg with cornstarch
  21. Whisk in lemon juice and continue to whisk until mixture is smooth
  22. Temper in some of the chicken stock mixture
  23. Gently add egg/lemon mixture to chicken stock mixture
  24. Return to low heat
  25. Whisk till smooth and thickened to the consistency of thin custard
  26. Slice chicken rolls on the diagonal
  27. Pool sauce on dinner plates
  28. Lay chicken slices on top of sauce and serve

Reviews

(3)
Most Helpful

Very fancy and a bit fiddly, but oh, so worth all the trouble!

rosslare November 28, 2011

This chicken was a perfect combination of unique flavors, and has quite the impressive presentation. I should have known by the 28 steps that it would be a lot of work! One thing I would change is the prep/cook time. We started working on it around 5:20 and we weren't done until 7:30. In total it was a little over 2 hours rather than an hour and a half. Also, as a tip, our chicken wouldn't stay in little roll-ups while we were cooking it, so we used toothpicks to keep it together while it was in the frying pan, and then removed them at the end for presentation. Thanks for sharing Chef Kate! I never would have thought to put this combination of flavors together myself, and it was delightful.

AllergyGirl March 29, 2010

Chicken Roulade Susie #116380 Chef Kate, you could not have developed and prepared a better recipe. From Step 1 to 28, where you instruct us to pound as the thinest scallopini; thereby emphasizing the importance of preparing a piece of chicken which will accommodate other ingredients, to final presentation of sliced Roulade placed carefully but deliberately on the sauce. This delicious recipe is a reminder of Chicken Kiev., but only in final presentation.... I am not an anchovie fan, necessarily, but sauteed together with olive oil and the other ingredients, to create the sauce, only served to enhance the flavour substantially. It was not offensive but more subtle. l I was fascinated with the procedure for creating your sauce; each step to No. 28 is carefully thought out and choreographed to create a thick sauce, like an aioli, deserving of high marks. It is inviting to scoop up the sauce with the Roulade. The combination of sweet and sour, with subtle anchovie convinced me to serve Chef Kate in my home again. It is obvious the chardonnay I used to simmer the fruit enhanced the chicken flavour. What to do with the rest of the bottle? we added it to two additional bottles and enjoyed dinner of Chicken Roulade Susie. Thank you Chef Kate for your genius in creation, and for sharing that genius. I am impressed.

TOOLBELT DIVA May 10, 2005

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