Monday, November 21, 2016

Jon's Silly Suffolk Chicken And Ham Roulade

Jay came back from a ride on Saturday and suggested an invented meal Jon and Lynda might want to try.
Silly Suffolk Chicken And Ham Roulade.
Allow one chicken breast and two slices of Parma ham per person.
Blitz the chicken in a food processor and spread the 'mince' over the slices of ham, whilst the ham is still attached to its thin plastic separator that this sort of ham is usually provided with.
Make a parsley butter mix, using roughly 10g of butter per person, a big sprinkling of freshly chopped parsley, and a squint of lemon juice.
Using the separator, roll up like a Swiss roll.
Put in a freezer for 20 mins.
Dust with plain flour, dip in beaten egg and coat with flavoured breadcrumbs. (Jon used a Moroccan-flavoured mix.)
Wrap in cling-film and return to the freezer for another 20 mins.
Put on a baking tray and cook at 180c for 25 mins.
Jon ate his with herby potatoes and asparagus.
And on Sunday he went to the pub.

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