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Chicken and Bacon Rolls


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Ingredients

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  • 120 g fresh bread
  • 1 onion, peeled and quartered
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • Small handful parsley and basil to taste
  • 120 g Camembert cheese, sliced
  • 5 rindless bacon rashers
  • 2 l arge chicken breast fillets, butterflied
  • 700 g water
  • 2-3 potatoes, peeled and cubed
  • ½ l arge sweet potato, peeled and cubed
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    35min
    Preparation 35min
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place bread into TM bowl and chop for 5 seconds on speed 7. Set aside.

    Place onion and oil into TM bowl and chop for 3 seconds on speed 6. Sauté for

    3 minutes at Varoma temperature on speed 1. Allow to cool slightly before continuing.

    Add herbs and chop for 5 seconds on speed 6.

    Add bread crumbs and cheese and with dial set to closed lidposition, press the

    Turbo button for 2 seconds at a time, 2 times, just to combine.

    Place bacon rashers onto large piece of foil, overlapping each piece slightly.

    Place butterflied chicken fillets on top of bacon and then spread the bread

    mixture over chicken. Roll the fillets up from the long end to make log shapes.

    Place into Varoma tray and place vegetables on tray.

    Place water into TM bowl and set Varoma into position. Cook for 30-35 minutes at Varoma temperature on speed 3.

    Serve sliced with fresh salad and Chicken Veloute. (see Sauces and Sides).

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Tip

Try stuffing the chicken with any assortment of homemade pesto, sun dried tomatoes, prawns, salmon or other seafood, fresh herbs, sliced cold meats,

cheeses or spinach. Choose about 3 flavours at a time and let your imagination

run wild! Steaming the chicken this way means it will keep its shape once cooked, so these are easy to slice and will make great presentation on the plate.

If you are not sure about how to Butterfly chicken, ask your butcher to do it for you or flatten the fillet using a meat mallet before rolling as directed.

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  • Had a lot of trouble with

    Submitted by Tana64 on 11. February 2016 - 11:49.

    Had a lot of trouble with this one! The flavours sounded amazing, but the chicken rolls were quite large, and didn't cook through. If I made it again, I'd tenderise them first. The cheese also leaked out, which I was looking forward to, so in the end we had to competely re-assemble the dish and bake it in the oven! Might try it again later, as the flavour combo does sound quite delightful.

    ---Tana64

    "There is no love more sincere than the love of food." - George Bernard Shaw

     

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  • This was so delicious and

    Submitted by Amanda5 on 19. June 2015 - 19:39.

    This was so delicious and filling. I used almond meal rather than bread and I also used sundried tomatoes. 

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  • This meal is DELICIOUS!! Have

    Submitted by JulesThommo on 20. April 2015 - 21:02.

    This meal is DELICIOUS!! Have made it twice now but still struggling to make the rolling look pretty! Mine look terrible but still taste awesome. Could u put up some photo step by step on how to roll? Thanks :)

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  • Made this tonight.... Bit

    Submitted by new to thermomix on 31. May 2014 - 21:09.

    Made this tonight.... Bit dissappinted as the roll so big it was hard to put in the varoma and the top tray with the veggies wouldnt sit properly.  Then it wasnt cooked after the 35mins and didnt realise until I had made the chicken veloute sauce.  So I had to put it back in the varoma and cooked it all for longer.   I would recommend using a normal size breast rather than large ones so it will fit in the varoma..

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  • Sorry... I'm confused also.

    Submitted by megpack123 on 4. December 2013 - 16:38.

    Sorry... I'm confused also.  Do you roll it in the foil? So you have a sausage with the foil on the outside (like a 'Skin')?

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  • Hi thought i could help you .

    Submitted by kathyskitchen on 30. May 2013 - 16:01.

    Hi thought i could help you . when you place the bacon down each piece is to touching the side of the next piece.You then lay the chicken on top across the long side. put the stuffing onto of the chicken then roll it all together like a sausage.

    I hope this is helpful.I created it so i should know what im talking about i guess

    :cooking_7:

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  • This sounds delicious, but I

    Submitted by lou p on 6. December 2012 - 01:23.

    This sounds delicious, but I can't work out how I'm going to roll it - don't quite understand these instructions sorry! Any tips greatly appreciated. Also, is the photo above 2 different kind of rolls? They look quite different. 

     

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  • I used leek instead of onion,

    Submitted by Dan3in3 on 13. November 2012 - 21:08.

    I used leek instead of onion, cream cheese in place of Camembert, and didn't worry about the bacon. It was very very yummy!

     

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  • What a tasty and wonderful

    Submitted by Trish B on 2. August 2012 - 21:03.

    What a tasty and wonderful meal.  I put sliced mozzarella instead of cambert.  Will recommend this recipe!!

     

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  • I changed the cheese in the

    Submitted by mich501 on 12. November 2011 - 18:44.

    I changed the cheese in the stuffing to semi sun dried tomatos with a bit of parmesan and it was amazing.

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  • O MY Gosh DInner was to die

    Submitted by poppy on 20. March 2011 - 20:24.

    O MY Gosh DInner was to die for however I wasn't keen on the camenbert cheese as part of the stuffing. I will try something more like the sun driend tomoatoes next time. Definately recomend this way of cooking yum yum.

    My rolls wouldn't fit int he tray I had to put them in the Veroma dish. Actually it was the first time I used the veroma definately recommend!

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