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prosciutto

I never knew chicken could be prepared in such a way. Why didn't I think of this?

Crispy!

There are numerous ways to spruce up boring chicken breasts, but this recipe dares to take it a few steps further. Ready for a flavor explosion?  

You will need (for 4 servings):

4 chicken breasts1 oz cream cheese1/2 cup cubed cheddar2 tbsp jalape ±os8 slices prosciutto

Here's how:

Cut each breast and open it out so that it resembles a butterfly. Place a sheet of baking paper on top of the opened breast and using a pan, release some anger by pounding it flat.  




In a small bowl, mix the cream cheese, cheddar, and jalape ±os.




Spoon the cream cheese mixture onto the edge of each breast, forming a thin line.  




Tightly roll up each breast. Place two slices of prosciutto next to each other and setting the chicken on top, roll once more so that the breast is wrapped in  prosciutto.





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