Chicken Americana With Wisconsin Bleu Cheese

Chicken Americana With Wisconsin Bleu Cheese created by vrvrvr

This was in a Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board Pamphlet. I have not tried this yet.

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  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  • Place each chicken breast between two sheets of wax paper and pound to 1/2 inch thickness, being careful not to tear the paper.
  • In a medium bowl, combine bleu cheese, cream cheese, walnuts, bread crumbs, parsley and pepper. Blend thoroughly.
  • Place 1/3 cup mixture on one side of the checken breast. Roll breast to enclose the filling. Secure the breast with toothpicks. Repeat process with all of the chicken breasts.
  • Lightly flour the chicken breasts. Saute the breasts in butter until golden brown. To finish the breasts, bake for 20 minutes.
  • Remove breasts and let rest 5 to 8 minutes. Remove toothpicks. Slice and serve.
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  1. vrvrvr
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  3. vrvrvr
    This was a visually fancy dish that tasted great. I think it would be helpful to know how many pounds of chicken to use. Chicken breasts vary greatly in size; I had three giant ones, so they could accommodate 1/3 c. filling. I can't imagine trying to stuff that much filling (and folding chicken all around it) in a smaller chicken breast. I also thought this desperately needed a sauce, perhaps a simple white wine reduction. Next time I would not serve it without that. Folks at the table thought this was delicious!
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  4. Diamond Dave
    Followed to a "T" - only change with I added EVOO to the butter. This is distinctively blue cheesy! I will make it again in the future, and I will try using other kinds of cheese. Thanks for the recipe SrtaMaestra! P.S. - my oldest (7 y/o) liked it, the others (3 and 5)...not so much.
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  5. NurseJaney
    Whoo-Hoo ! Recipe sent to me by my Shoebox Mystery Swap partner ! I am not always dextrous enough to form "pockets" and "rolled" filled recipes, but this was very simple and clearly directed. DH and I enjoyed this tonight with Swiss chard from the garden and sour cream/dill mashed potatoes. Sadly, my blue cheese was not Wisconsin, but the sub was a delight. Thanks, SrtaMaestra, for sharing. It is a keeper !
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