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Yum, Yum, Yum. Made this for a progressive dinner we had last night. I doubled the recipe and used different kinds of cheese. Everyone really liked it. The only problem I have is that the cheese seems to melt out of the chicken. Doesn't take away the great taste but wish there was some way to fix that. Guess you need to just fold the breast like a burrito!! Thanks

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vlynn October 14, 2007

This recipe has made a final resting place in my big book of recipes. My family absolutely loves this and it's so quick and easy to prepare...Thank you Claudia For sharing this one.

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nikicham October 08, 2007

Very good recipe! I had to broil my chicken for approximately 5-10 minutes to finish baking.

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wwltmom October 02, 2007

Yum!

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FriskyKitty August 17, 2007

Worth the pain of pounding! (I use a gallon size freezer bag to pound my chicken flat because the bag is strong and doesn't rip & tear after every breast like waxed paper does!) This was a very quick & easy recipe with a big finish. I put extra Monterrey Jack cheese on top of each slice during the last round of baking. Yummy! Thank you!

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jVo August 03, 2007

Great! Used real butter and garlic, prepackaged shredded cheese, and added 3-4 shakes of ground cayanne pepper to crumbs for a little more flavor (2 servings, may add more for additonal #s). Cooked as directed, removed foil, sprinkled some butter on top, and broiled to crisp and brown. Made it for my BF and his two friends, they LOVED IT and gave me other ideas: -add some ham to inside (similar to chicken cordon bleu) -add then strips of jalepeno peppers and cream cheese (would still work with monterey though)

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Hopkins82 July 27, 2007

I made this for dinner tonight and it was very good and moist. Instead of flattening the breasts (which is pretty but a pain), I just sliced the breasts on the side to make a pocket and filled them with Pepper Jack and added some asparagus inside. I threw the rest of the asparagus in the pan with some of the melted margarine. Voila! If I was making this for company,I would probably saute them in the pan first for color.

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Chef Sweet Sal June 12, 2007

Very good and very easy. A definate keeper! Thank you for posting.

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forthefunofit May 02, 2007

I've made this about 5 times now with different cheeses everytime and this recipe is an absolute keeper. It's been great with all the cheeses I've tried it with I absolutely love this.

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Kat S April 11, 2007

We all thought this was really great. It was quick and easy and I'll definetly make it again, thank you!

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CharityAnn March 27, 2007
Monterey Chicken Rolls