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Italian Five-Cheese Chicken Roll-Ups

Italian Five-Cheese Chicken Roll-Ups recipe
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With little more than spaghetti sauce, cream cheese and KRAFT Finely Shredded Italian Five Cheese Blend, these chicken roll-ups are super easy to prepare.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
50 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
8/24/2007
I didn't really enjoy this recipe because all my cheese stuffing came out of the chicken and the chicken was bland.
posted:
8/24/2007
I made this for my entire family and even the pickiest of them loved this dish. It was simple and fairly quick to make. It's a staple in my house now.
posted:
5/30/2007
I didn't measure out my green pepper, just used as much as I wanted. I also used mozzarella cheese rather than the parmesan. Very good... and easy!
posted:
5/22/2007
Use less Green pepper
posted:
4/27/2007
Not good at all. I ended up having to trash most of it. The filling just has an awful taste. Not what I expected.
posted:
4/15/2007
It's kind of bland & the inside falls apart. So, you end up eating the filling & the chilcken separately. I think it's easier to make chicken parmesean.
posted:
3/29/2007
This was a relatively easy and very flavorful. This may become a "family" favorite!
posted:
2/7/2007
This recipe is very good....it's a little hard to roll the chicken and the creamcheese likes to leak out when it's baking but I just used toothpicks to keep the chicken closed and it worked great.
posted:
1/28/2007
Love this recipe I make it over and over again. bad thing the filing always falls out for me....
posted:
1/27/2007
The first time I made this dish the cream cheese leaked out. The second time I made it I secured it with tooth picks....much better. Also, the second time I half-way cooked a little bacon, drained the fat and used that instead of ham. Very good!!
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