Friday, October 1, 2010

Chicken and Asparagus Roulade

Involtini Di Aspagrai E Pollo
As mentioned yesterday, here's the recipe for Chicken and Asparagus Roulade adapted from Guiliano Gasali's Kitchen 04. I used the baked chicken I made yesterday instead of ham. I admit I had a hard time making the dough, next time I'll just buy the ready-made in the market. The bread is a bit hard and chewy, the way I like it!

Just prepare asparagus, baked chicken, mozzarella cheese, olive oil (or butter), salt and pepper. For the dough: 300g bread flour, 100g olive oil, salt, and warm water.  Sift the flour onto the working surface. Make a well in the center and put in the olive oil, salt, and warm water. Mix the ingredients and knead using the heels of your hands. Place the dough in a floured bowl. Cover with dampened towel and refrigerate for an hour before using. Bring the salted water to boil. Cook the asparagus until soft. Cool the asparagus under cold water. Cut lengthwise in half. Flatten the dough with the roller until the dough is as thin as paper. Brush oil (butter) over every pasta sheet. Arrange the chicken, asparagus, and mozzarella on the sheet. Roll in roulades. Place the roulades in the baking pan. Bake in an oven for 25-30 minutes to 180°C (350°F). Bake until golden brown.

I like the mozzarella a little bit burnt, and I also sprinkle some Parmesan cheese. Serve hot!

10 comments:

Guiltless Grub said...

I also suck when it comes to dough making so I prefer using the ready to use ones from the supermarket.

Angie's Recipes said...

I can try the tortilla to make some wraps with them! Look so tasty!

FoodTripFriday said...

Look absolutely yummylicious! I like chicken everyday!!!

maiylah said...

looks delicious! i can just imagine the melted cheese inside....yum!

Vernz said...

melted mozzarella yummmm... but have not tried baked asparagus.. I should..

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Nathalie said...

Looks delicious! I can just imagine how it would taste like.

redamethyst said...

I love cheese!! I'm sure this one is so delicious

Luna Miranda said...

sounds absolutely divine! matikman nga 'to.:p

P.S. i'm getting a virus warning when i visited your site last night (using Chrome in my laptop); pero pag pc ko sa office ok naman.

Jay - agent112778 said...

thanx for sharing, i love to try this


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Erin @ EKat's Kitchen said...

Yum yum! These look great! I can't wait to get some tortillas to try a few wraps! Thanks for bringing these to Friday Potluck - hope to see you back next week!

Erin
www.ekatskitchen.com

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