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My husband loved this! Used sundried tomato basil laughing cow cheese and spinach instead of ham. I added a little fresh mozzarella as you can never have too much cheese. It was so easy and so delicious!

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arielpage October 11, 2011

I made this omitting the ham and substituting spinach instead. It was a little bland.

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Lezlie B September 16, 2009

I followed the recipe but my chicken ended up dry and didn't have much flavor. Also, almost all of the cheese oozed out and burnt on the pan.

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AmandaMcG August 22, 2009

Very very good! Made as directed with no changes. Make sure to pound the chicken as thin as recipe states or else you will have problems. I have to watch carefully in my oven as this will overcook easily and become dry. Goes together in a snap though and is very tasty.

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saraquarius July 04, 2009

Simply delicious! I didn't have any ham so I used very lean back bacon (Canadian bacon). I also added some freshly chopped jalapeno before rolling it up. Thanks for the elegant and delectable recipe!

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Chef Skyla January 19, 2009

This was absolutely fantastic! My husband and kids loved it (kids didn't go for the cheese on the inside). I used Italian seasoned breadcrumbs and replaced frozen drained spinach for the ham, and sprayed the chicken before coating with bread crumbs as others suggested. The chicken was so tender and moist - I'm now a breast meat convert! Here's three mistakes I made and will avoid next time: 1) make sure chicken is truly 1/4 inch thick. Mine was too thick to make into a jelly roll. 2) Don't use colored toothpicks. The dye in them leaked into the chicken, coloring it a rainbow of colors. 3) Don't add salt as other suggested. The salt in the cheese was enough for me. Great recipe - definitely a keeper!

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MonsterMaha January 14, 2009

This is pretty good. I like to use garlic and herb seasoned bread crumbs.

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Busy Lindsay December 28, 2008

I had some ham and some laughing cow cheese I wanted to use up, so this dish was perfect. It was a very unique flavor, but still tasty. My husband and I didn't like how flaky the breadcrumbs were, so I think next time I might dip or brush with some egg prior to coating it with breadcrumbs. Thanks for the recipe!

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Bittersweetened December 18, 2008

Holy cow... this is a fantastic dish. Used the fat laughing cow, and low fat ham, great flavor. Will certainly make again. Tagged in the zaar star forum.

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BakinBaby December 18, 2008

Holy cow!! (pun intended :) ) This is one great recipe! Easy, delicious, healthy and enjoyed by all! Wish I could have taken a picture, but we were pressed for time with two teenagers having to get to two different practices. DH actually sighed and rolled his eyes after the first bite. I used light laughing cow cheese and fat free ham from our local deli. Fabulous!! Thank you so much Redsie. My only regret is that I didn't try this sooner! UPDATE: I made these again except didn't have any ham. I ended up substituting fresh spinach with lovely results. This recipe has turned out to be quite vesatile! Thanks again Redsie!

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jonesies December 14, 2008
Chicken With Laughing Cow Cheese