Walnut-Stuffed Chicken Roulades

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A stuffed chicken breast roulade (or roll) with roasted walnuts, arugula and dried shiitake mushrooms that imparted a distinct, smoky flavours to the filling. Instead of breadcrumbs, use a mix of high-protein, low-gluten rye crackers and Vitamin E-rich walnuts by pulsing them together in a food processor to coat the chicken.
Recipe adapted from Whole Living

  • 7 Thin, crisp rye crackers
  • 40 g Chopped walnuts, toasted
  • 2 tsp Extra-virgin olive oil
  • 3 Garlic cloves, minced
  • 1 Shallot, finely chopped
  • 1 handful Dried shiitake mushroom caps, soaked and chopped
  • 2/3 tbsp Fresh thyme, chopped
  • 20 g Arugula, chopped
  • 1 tbsp Stock or water
  • 2 Boneless, skinless chicken breast halves, butterflied and pounded evenly
  • Coarse salt and freshly ground pepper
  1. Soak the dried shiitake mushroom caps in warm water for 20 minutes. Drain. Remove the stems and chop finely. Preheat oven to 190C/375F. Pulse crackers and 30 grams walnuts in a food processor until finely ground.
  2. Heat oil in a medium skillet over medium heat. Cook garlic and shallots until soft, about 4 minutes. Add chopped mushrooms and thyme, and cook until chopped mushrooms are slightly golden, about 5 minutes. Turn the heat off. M ix in chopped arugula, water and the remaining walnuts to skillet.
  3. Season each chicken breast with 1/4 teaspoon salt and some pepper. Lay one chicken breast on a plate. Spread half mushroom-walnut mixture onto chicken, leaving a 1/2-inch border all around. Roll, and tie with kitchen twine. Cover with crumb mixture, pressing to coat. Repeat with another chicken breast, mushroom-walnut mixture, and crumbs. Transfer to a rimmed baking sheet, and bake until golden, about 30 minutes. Untie, and slice.

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84 comments:

Baking Serendipity 4/8/11 06:18

This looks delicious! I love stuffed chicken, but have never tried it with nuts before. Definitely a great new chicken recipe for my meal plan...and I always need those :) Thanks!

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Bo 4/8/11 06:37

Looks really delicious Angie!

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Anne@frommysweetheart 4/8/11 06:43

Oh Angie! This looks beautiful! Your food always comes out perfect! : )

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PolaM 4/8/11 06:54

How great! Stuffed and crusted! Thanks for sharing!! It truly looks great!

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Vimitha Anand 4/8/11 07:02

Oh dear. That looks so wonderful and beautifully crusted. Great one.

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 4/8/11 07:36

Those roulades look mighty scrumptious! I love that filling.

cheers,

Rosa

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Sharmilee! :) 4/8/11 07:36

Wow wlanut and chicken never ever have thought of this idea...sm aure it wud taste yum!!

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Santosh Bangar 4/8/11 07:39

wow so lovely and stuffed dish looking inviting

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Jeannie 4/8/11 08:01

This looks so delicious, must try when I have walnuts:)

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OohLookBel 4/8/11 08:21

Looks utterly delicious, and the chicken is perfectly cooked. The salad is so colourful, too. I like this very much!

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The Procrastobaker 4/8/11 09:02

This would earn me some serious brownie points in my nut-loving household for sure :) Such a nice spin on the other chicken roulade recipes ive come across and looks soso delicious. Lovely recipe :)

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Three-Cookies 4/8/11 10:17

Stuffed and crumbed - this sounds awesome. I've eaten chicken and cashews (at Chinese takeaways) but never tried walnut. Sounds delicious

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My Little Space 4/8/11 11:36

Angie, what a fabulous dish! I love everything single things on the plate. Wish I can have that for dinner tonight. haha... Will you take the order? haha... Just kidding!
Have a great day, dear.
Kristy

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Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen 4/8/11 12:19

Angie, I love the idea of the rye crackers as a substitute for bread crumbs. I bet they lend a great crunch. Beautifully presented as always.
Sam

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Foodycat 4/8/11 13:16

They look so tasty! What a great idea. Healthy too!

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Cassie @ Bake Your Day 4/8/11 13:26

Everything about this sounds so wonderful, all of those flavors mesh so well and I love how it's just rolled up nicely into the chicken breast, great recipe, I can't wait to try this one. My husband will love it!

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Joanne 4/8/11 13:27

What a delicious stuffing! I've never heard of chicken being stuffed with walnuts before, but why not.

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Parsley Sage 4/8/11 14:04

That's incredible :) But then, all your dishes are. I think that breading is just genius. Great use of the walnuts!

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thecompletecookbook 4/8/11 14:06

Angie, what a fabulous meal and I love the idea of using rye crackers for crumbs.
:-) Mandy

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Rosemary 4/8/11 14:10

These look just perfect! The whole plate does. The last time I tried to make chicken roulades, they fell apart, so I had to make soup! You've inspitred me to try again.

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Kelly @ Eat Yourself Skinny 4/8/11 14:29

What a great dish, this looks amazing!! :)

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Min 4/8/11 14:50

Wow, this is yummy, I want to try too, thanks for sharing ya :) Love your pictures!

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Gloria 4/8/11 14:56

Angie this look absolutely delicious!! gloria

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lisa is cooking 4/8/11 15:34

The flavors in the filling sound great, and I love that crispy coating!

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A SPICY PERSPECTIVE 4/8/11 16:58

Oh honey, that is one beautiful meal! walnuts with chicken sounds divine.

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Barbara 4/8/11 17:21

My mother used to make a veal roulade we all loved. Haven't thought about it for ages. I love this stuffing, Angie. Nice and crunchy!

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Anncoo 4/8/11 17:42

This looks so beautiful and delicious. So good if serve with a glass of white wine :)

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Sarah Naveen 4/8/11 17:44

Awesome clicks..chicken looks so so yumm!!

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Island Vittles 4/8/11 19:29

It looks delicious -- and very creative using the rye crackers! Theresa

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Happy Cook / Finla 4/8/11 19:43

I am bookmarking this for sure. Looks super super yumm.

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Eva 4/8/11 20:07

That looks delicious.

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Torviewtoronto 4/8/11 20:07

beautiful meal looks wonderful

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MaryMoh 4/8/11 20:34

What a beautiful meal....love it!

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Michael Toa 4/8/11 21:02

Oh wow! That chicken looks superb! I never made roulades before and this is so inspiring.

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Kristen 4/8/11 21:08

That is wonderful sounding chicken. I love the mushroom filling....MMMM!!

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Holly 4/8/11 21:54

What a beautiful meal! Sounds delicious!

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Sandra 4/8/11 21:58

I love your pictures and this is an amazing recipe. Well done Angie!

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Terra 4/8/11 22:13

What a beautiful flavor combination!! I am such a fan of arugula, would be perfect in this dish! Take care, Terra

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Ann 4/8/11 22:36

Angie - this is AMAZING! I love the stuffing and how incredibly beautiful this dish is! I think this is my favorite dish that you've made...and you've made some really, really incredible recipes! SO buzzing this one!! (heading to FoodBuzz now)

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Magic of Spice 4/8/11 22:40

Wonderful filling for a roulade, they are so great for quests or summer parties :)

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kankana 4/8/11 23:26

Your recipes are so wonderful all the time .. like a 5 star menu. I can only imagine how delicious this will taste .

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claudia lamascolo 4/8/11 23:29

I love this filling omg looks fabulous!

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Carolyn 4/8/11 23:31

I made walnut crusted chicken recently, but putting it in as the filling has to be really great too!

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Lora 4/8/11 23:42

A perfect dinner and it looks so pretty too!

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Claudia 5/8/11 01:05

What grand stuffing you created. I might forget the chicken! Makes my dinner salad look paltry. When the heat ends, I shall fire up the oven again and go for this!

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Veronica's Kitchen 5/8/11 01:33

This is such a hearty dish with the walnut and mushroom stuffing!

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Katie@Cozydelicious 5/8/11 01:58

I love the idea of using rye crackers for breading! Crunchy, flavorful, and healthier than breadcrumbs. Yum!

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Barbara Bakes 5/8/11 03:08

Such a beautiful meal. Love that you took pictures both sliced and unsliced.

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Rosita Vargas 5/8/11 05:06

Dear Angie looks absolutely delicious, a dish of luxury, hugs and kisses.

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raquel @ erecipe 5/8/11 06:48

I love the fillings looks delicious

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Dorina 5/8/11 08:00

Looks sooo goood ...it makes me hungry .

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Sutapa 5/8/11 08:52

I am feeling hungry dear......once again a rocking beauty in your dine table!

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grace 5/8/11 10:00

stuffed chicken is always such an amazingly-presented dish, and this is definitely no exception. the walnuts are a fascinating and appealing component, angie--nice dish!

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The Slow Roasted Italian 5/8/11 11:45

This looks fantastic! I love the walnuts in here.

http://theslowroasteditalian.com/

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Sissi 5/8/11 12:46

Thanks for this inventive alternative to bread crumbs and a seducing chicken recipe!

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Jenn 5/8/11 15:00

Love roulades!! This flavor combination sounds fantastic!!

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Rebecca from Chow and Chatter 5/8/11 15:58

wow this looks so impressive great dish have a fun weekend Angie

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sensiblecooking 5/8/11 20:03

My mouth converted into waterfall when I saw the picture. So making it tonight for dinner and many more dinners to come.

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briarrose 5/8/11 20:49

Beautiful pictures of this dish. It looks amazing.

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 6/8/11 01:00

This dish must be so loaded with flavor and texture! I love the presentation - always beautiful.

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peachkins 6/8/11 02:29

a recipe for a romantic dinner! yum!

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Angela 6/8/11 02:44

Those look out of this world.

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Pachecopatty 6/8/11 02:46

Such a satisfying and beautiful meal! We have chicken for dinner all the time, thanks for sharing something different that sounds so good;-)

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Faith 6/8/11 14:11

I love that crispy crumb mixture on these gorgeous roulades...and the stuffing sounds delicious too!

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LAURA 6/8/11 16:07

Ciao mi sono unita ai tuoi sostenitori, il tuo blog è molto interessante!!!
Se ti fa piacere passa a trovarmi.
A presto

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wok with ray 6/8/11 16:43

I always love shiitake mushroom on any dish that calls for it and your stuffed chicken is a definite must-add-dish to the list. Thank you for sharing the recipe and as always, your photography is amazing!

Have a great weekend, Angie!

~ ray ~

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Peggy 6/8/11 17:28

these roulades look gorgeous! I'm sure they were absolutely delicious too =)

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Elisabeth 6/8/11 19:41

Perfect company chicken dish, Angie! I would be so proud to serve this delicious chicken roulade to family and friends...get the "oohs, and ahs", and of course let them know it's from my talented friend, Angie!
Love the filling, and the crunchy, and perfect coating!
Once again...and as always you wowed us with your superb recipe!
Thanks for sharing!
xoxo

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Mother Rimmy 6/8/11 20:54

Love the rye crackers and the walnuts. This is such a healthy chicken dish that looks incredibly delicious!

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Joy 7/8/11 03:17

That looks so great.

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lena 7/8/11 17:25

angie, this is indeed a beautiful dish! the filling is delicious and the craker and walnuts crumbs sounds a marvellous idea to me!!

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5 Star Foodie 8/8/11 01:55

The chicken roulades look excellent, so delicious with walnuts in the filling.

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My Italian Smorgasbord 8/8/11 15:19

hi. just discovered your blog. brava! I love stuffed chicken breast and I have just posted a recipe using chantarelle and feta which worked great as well. will stay tuned. cheers from Sweden.

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tigerfish 8/8/11 20:50

I always love the healthy alternatives you bring to traditional dishes :) it can be delicious too.

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Priscilla - She's Cookin' 10/8/11 06:34

Walnuts (actually all nuts) are so good for you! Bookmarking this chicken roulade :)

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Kasinka 10/8/11 19:58

Looks really delicious , yummy:)

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OysterCulture 14/8/11 01:42

Oh wow, my roulades would never look as pretty as yours, but I am willing to risk mocking just for a taste.

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Therapist San Francisco 16/8/11 22:04

I can't wait to try these out for my husband! They look so delicious!
-Ami

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Starsricha 6/5/14 10:31

Wow, that looks soo yummy and delicious! I love it!

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