Chicken Cutlet Roll Up Recipes - 20 different thin chicken breast recipes stuffed with savory ingredients. Easy to make and full of flavor! These are quite possibly the best thing for dinner. They are extremely versatile with so many different combinations of ingredients. These chicken cutlet recipes are also really easy to make and they make amazing leftovers!
These delicious chicken cutlet roll up recipes are the perfect antidote to dinner boredom, especially on weeknights! They can easily be made ahead of time and can be cooked whichever way you want - baking, grilling, frying, steaming!
Chicken usually gets a bad rap because if it's not cooked properly, the end result is a dry piece of chicken and an unhappy family who won't eat dinner. But these recipes are not going to disappoint!
What goes with Chicken Roll Ups?
You can also easily add a few of my family's favorites with my Side Dishes for Chicken Cutlets to them like vegetables, fresh bread or salad. They are easy and simple for a busy weeknight meal but you can dress them up so they are fancy for a weekend meal with guests.
Helpful Kitchen Tools
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- Digital Meat Thermometer - use this to make sure the chicken is fully cooked.
- Meat mallet - before I broke down and purchased one I used the back of a heavy measuring cup. A meat mallet works so much better.
- Parchment Baking Sheets - I love using these sheets for not only baking but to help me prep chicken. Keeps my cutting boards clean from germs.
How to Make Thin Chicken Cutlets
One of the most important tips to making any of these chicken rollup recipes is to start with thin chicken cutlets. You need to slice them in half lengthwise and then pounded thin.
That way you'll be able to roll them up good without any of the ingredients falling out. Make sure you secure them with toothpicks or wooden skewers. And, of course, remove the toothpicks before serving to your family.
Cooking Tip: The secret to cooking chicken FAST is to use thin chicken breasts. Check out how I get thin chicken cutlets in the post, How to Make Thin Chicken Cutlets.