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Flatten 2 boneless , skinned chicken breast halves to 1/8" thickness with a meat mallet - chicken placed under parchment paper and on top of a cutting board. (I don't mind this step, helps me work out my frustrations! :rolleyes:

On each chicken cutlet half, place about 1/2 tsp of minced garlic, 1 Tablespoon of minced onion, and 1 fresh sage leaf (you could substitute other fresh or dried herbs of your choice. Grate 1/8 cup of zucchini and place half on each pounded cutlet. Add s&p to taste.

Roll the chicken cutlets up and wrap a piece of bacon around them. (Applewood smoked without nitrates is what I used.) Bake in a 350 degree oven until done or grill, wrapped in foil until done. If you can tolerate dairy, a piece of cheese would be awesome with this, but it's still an A+ meal without cheese.

I asked someone what to do with fresh sage today, and that's what she told me to do. (Except the zucchini, I had that and thought it would be good to use it vs. lose it.)

Anyway it was an A plus meal with sweet potatoes for me and white taters for my sidekick. Hope you like it, it was a nice change for us.

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Flatten 2 boneless , skinned chicken breast halves to 1/8" thickness with a meat mallet - chicken placed under parchment paper and on top of a cutting board. (I don't mind this step, helps me work out my frustrations! :rolleyes:

On each chicken cutlet half, place about 1/2 tsp of minced garlic, 1 Tablespoon of minced onion, and 1 fresh sage leaf (you could substitute other fresh or dried herbs of your choice. Grate 1/8 cup of zucchini and place half on each pounded cutlet. Add s&p to taste.

Roll the chicken cutlets up and wrap a piece of bacon around them. (Applewood smoked without nitrates is what I used.) Bake in a 350 degree oven until done or grill, wrapped in foil until done. If you can tolerate dairy, a piece of cheese would be awesome with this, but it's still an A+ meal without cheese.

I asked someone what to do with fresh sage today, and that's what she told me to do. (Except the zucchini, I had that and thought it would be good to use it vs. lose it.)

Anyway it was an A plus meal with sweet potatoes for me and white taters for my sidekick. Hope you like it, it was a nice change for us.

Sounds Good. Will have to give it a try... Thanks for sharing!

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