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Old February 17th, 2004, 07:25 PM
SouthernSursee
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Hi All,

I haven't had a chance to try this recipe yet, but my Grandmother found it in a
magazine, and since she knows I'm low-carbing and ALWAYS on the lookout for a
new way to cook chicken, she called and gave me the ingredients. It sounds
VERY easy (only 5 ingredients) and I'm planning on trying it for dinner
tonight.

Chicken Breasts, boneless & skinless, pounded to about 1/4" thickness
Cream Cheese Spread with onions & chives (I didn't know they made this flavored
variety, if I can't find it at the store, I'll soften regular cream cheese and
make my own)
Bacon
Salt & Pepper to Taste

Its basically this....pound the chicken to about 1/4" thickness
spread cream cheese mixture, about 2 tablespoons per breast.
Fold chicken breast, or roll
Wrap 1 piece of bacon around chicken (secure with toothpick)
salt & pepper to taste
bake in 400 degree oven for 30-35 minutes or until chicken is done. If bacon
is still undercooked, broil briefly.

Seems VERY easy and sounds just yummy! Also, I'm sure it could be tried with
other flavored cheese spreads (like Alouette or Rodelle etc) I'll give it a
try tonight and post my results.

Enjoy!



Kira in SC
225/199/140
LC since 8-6-03
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Old February 17th, 2004, 08:33 PM
Bonnie Booker
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Chicken Breasts, boneless & skinless, pounded to about 1/4" thickness
Cream Cheese Spread with onions & chives (I didn't know they made this flavored
variety, if I can't find it at the store, I'll soften regular cream cheese and
make my own)
Bacon
Salt & Pepper to Taste

Its basically this....pound the chicken to about 1/4" thickness
spread cream cheese mixture, about 2 tablespoons per breast.
Fold chicken breast, or roll
Wrap 1 piece of bacon around chicken (secure with toothpick)
salt & pepper to taste
bake in 400 degree oven for 30-35 minutes or until chicken is done. If bacon
is still undercooked, broil briefly.


I think you could make Chicken Cordon Bleu this way, too--just layer
deli-thin ham and Swiss cheese, roll up, and wrap with bacon.

Thanks for the recipe!
Bonnie


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Old February 17th, 2004, 09:10 PM
John Vertigan
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Default Another Way to Cook Chicken

Thanks for all the good feedback ... it is much appreciated. Now, onward on
upward - or downward as it were - to smaller and better things.


--
John Vertigan
Atkins since 1/2/04
262/238/6 lbs to go in Feb/160


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Old February 17th, 2004, 09:30 PM
Jean M.
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"John Vertigan" wrote:

262/238/6 lbs to go in Feb/160


That's it! I was looking for a way to phrase mine and you have done it
perfectly. Thanks.

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Jean M.
348/323/9 lbs to go in Feb/180 - 5'10"
Atkins Since 01/28/04
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Old February 18th, 2004, 03:36 AM
Rusty n Red
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Default Another Way to Cook Chicken

I've been doing that recipe for years, even pre- LC. Garlic instead of
onions, tho. I always serve it to guest the first time we have them over.

Red

"SouthernSursee" wrote in message
...
Hi All,

I haven't had a chance to try this recipe yet, but my Grandmother found it

in a
magazine, and since she knows I'm low-carbing and ALWAYS on the lookout

for a
new way to cook chicken, she called and gave me the ingredients. It

sounds
VERY easy (only 5 ingredients) and I'm planning on trying it for dinner
tonight.

Chicken Breasts, boneless & skinless, pounded to about 1/4" thickness
Cream Cheese Spread with onions & chives (I didn't know they made this

flavored
variety, if I can't find it at the store, I'll soften regular cream cheese

and
make my own)
Bacon
Salt & Pepper to Taste

Its basically this....pound the chicken to about 1/4" thickness
spread cream cheese mixture, about 2 tablespoons per breast.
Fold chicken breast, or roll
Wrap 1 piece of bacon around chicken (secure with toothpick)
salt & pepper to taste
bake in 400 degree oven for 30-35 minutes or until chicken is done. If

bacon
is still undercooked, broil briefly.

Seems VERY easy and sounds just yummy! Also, I'm sure it could be tried

with
other flavored cheese spreads (like Alouette or Rodelle etc) I'll give it

a
try tonight and post my results.

Enjoy!



Kira in SC
225/199/140
LC since 8-6-03



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Old February 18th, 2004, 02:15 PM
SouthernSursee
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Default Another Way to Cook Chicken

"A Plate of Heaven" is what my hubby described this chicken concoction last
night. I followed this recipe exactly, but can see where many variations would
be just as yummy! Thanks for all the suggestions. The recipes in this
newsgroup have been instrumental in our following this WOE, its such a great
resource. Keep posting your creations!


Kira in SC
225/199/140
LC since 8-6-03
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Old February 18th, 2004, 05:01 PM
Teeb
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Lots of fresh spinach on top the cheese before you roll it! yummmm

Teeb

"SouthernSursee" wrote in message
...
"A Plate of Heaven" is what my hubby described this chicken concoction

last
night. I followed this recipe exactly, but can see where many variations

would
be just as yummy! Thanks for all the suggestions. The recipes in this
newsgroup have been instrumental in our following this WOE, its such a

great
resource. Keep posting your creations!


Kira in SC
225/199/140
LC since 8-6-03



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Old February 19th, 2004, 11:18 AM
John in Las Vegas
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"SouthernSursee" wrote in message
...
Hi All,

I haven't had a chance to try this recipe yet, but my Grandmother found it

in a
magazine, and since she knows I'm low-carbing and ALWAYS on the lookout

for a
new way to cook chicken, she called and gave me the ingredients. It

sounds
VERY easy (only 5 ingredients) and I'm planning on trying it for dinner
tonight.

Chicken Breasts, boneless & skinless, pounded to about 1/4" thickness
Cream Cheese Spread with onions & chives (I didn't know they made this

flavored

Having been a regular customer of theirs before I went low carb, Einstein's
Bagel stores have various flavored spreads. One of them was the cream cheese
with onions and chives. Chives are a great idea for an addition to cream
cheese, but adding onions to the mix seemed idiotically redundant, but I
digress. That is likely one of the places she would have gotten it from
though.

variety, if I can't find it at the store, I'll soften regular cream cheese

and
make my own)
Bacon
Salt & Pepper to Taste

Its basically this....pound the chicken to about 1/4" thickness
spread cream cheese mixture, about 2 tablespoons per breast.
Fold chicken breast, or roll
Wrap 1 piece of bacon around chicken (secure with toothpick)
salt & pepper to taste
bake in 400 degree oven for 30-35 minutes or until chicken is done. If

bacon
is still undercooked, broil briefly.

Seems VERY easy and sounds just yummy! Also, I'm sure it could be tried

with
other flavored cheese spreads (like Alouette or Rodelle etc) I'll give it

a
try tonight and post my results.

Enjoy!



Kira in SC
225/199/140
LC since 8-6-03



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Old February 19th, 2004, 01:48 PM
Evelyn Ruut
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"John in Las Vegas" wrote in message
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Chicken Breasts, boneless & skinless, pounded to about 1/4" thickness
Cream Cheese Spread with onions & chives (I didn't know they made this

flavored



Having been a regular customer of theirs before I went low carb,

Einstein's
Bagel stores have various flavored spreads. One of them was the cream

cheese
with onions and chives. Chives are a great idea for an addition to cream
cheese, but adding onions to the mix seemed idiotically redundant, but I
digress. That is likely one of the places she would have gotten it from
though.



It works very well with dried chives too.... you can buy them in the spice
section.

--
Evelyn

(To reply to me personally, remove sox)


 




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