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This Prosciutto-Wrapped Ricotta Chicken comes packaged with a delightful potato side, making it a nice one-pot meal – and a rather gourmet one at that. And you can have it ready in about an hour! I love prosciutto rolls as a snack, and they’re absolutely perfect on Triscuits. I have to admit, I hadn’t thought about using them as a part of a fancy chicken dinner.
Thanks to the use of ricotta, you have a nice, creamy flavor to go with the savory herbs and meat, but not so much creaminess that you feel really weighed down. I suppose that some people might want to cook some sort of simple green vegetable to go with this meal, but with the delicious stuffed chicken, the prosciutto forming a savory crust, and those heavenly scalloped potatoes, I can’t say that you absolutely have to have anything else. This is a dish easy enough to have for a midweek dinner but fancy enough to serve when you have company over.
Recipe and photo courtesy of RecipeTin Eats.
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Quick tip: If you’re serving these to a larger group of people, you can double or even triple the recipe. Just bake them in two or three pans instead of trying to make everything fit into one.