- Prep Time 20 min
- Cook Time 30 min
- Score 9,5/10
Stuffed chicken rolls with cheese are really delicious if they are carefully cooked because there is a chance the meat result either undercooked or overcooked.
Take a look at the ingredients:
- Chicken breast – 7 slices (700 gr)
- Cheese - 200 gr (that I used for the filling)
- Spaghetti – 250 gr
- Condiments: basil, parsley, paprika, garam masala, salt & pepper, grill condiments
- Garlic - 1 piece
- Olive oil - 2 spoon
- Soy sauce - 1 spoon
- Balsamic vinegar - 2 spoons
Here are the instruments I used in the kitchen:
- Knife, of course
How I did it:
The chicken rolls: I sliced the chicken into 7 almost equal pieces, not too thin and not too thick so that the rolls can be properly stuffed.
Afterwards I seasoned the meat with salt and pepper. I added the minced garlic on each slice and then the cheese which I previously chopped into small and thin cubes so that the stuffing process can easily be accomplished. Added fresh parsley.
Rollin’, rollin': After filling the chicken, I started rolling. Once I made the roll, I tied the roll with a toothpick. I seasoned the roll with little oregano for a fresh smell and flavor.
Cook the rolls: I took the wok and tapestry it with olive oil. Set the fire on and after 30 seconds I added the chicken rolls. I let the chicken rolls into the wok, at a low fire, for about 2 minutes. Then, seasoned it with soy sauce, just 2 drops on each roll. I decided to let the chicken cook at a low fire.
Meanwhile... begin the spaghetti preparation: In a pot I added water and put it on the cooker with salt and pepper. 30 seconds after, I took 5 round spaghetti egg rolls and added them in a pot. I let them cook for about 7 minutes.
In this time I always checked the chicken rolls. I did not want to undercook or overcook them.
Back to spaghetti: They started to cook well therefore I added balsamic vinegar – 1 spoon. Then I let them cook for another 7 – 8 minutes. Spaghetti were ready and smelling delicious. I put them aside.
What about the rolls? I checked the rolls. And because you all know I do not eat meat, I took one chicken roll and put it on the chopping board. I carefully cut it so that I can see the inside. I took the rolls one by one and put them on a separate plate.
Spaghetti at the finish line: The spaghetti needed to be filtered so that we can get rid of the water. Afterwards I seasoned the spaghetti with tomato sauce in which I added a little drop of sugar and some sour sauce, so that it wasn’t either too sweet or to sour. Mixed.
The perfect bed for chicken