Cookin' in Brooklyn
Here's tonight's dinner. It's not really BBQ, at least not in the traditional sense, but why let the kettle go cold? This dinner is an attempt at cleaning out all the odds and ends in the fridge. I hope you like it. I know you will.
I made an in-direct fire of Kingsford and maple wood in my Weber kettle.
Then I took some chicken cutlets and pounded them out real thin.
I got me some polly-o string cheese (mozzarella) and cut them in half longways.
Put a piece of cheese on the long edge of the chicken cutlet and roll it up.
Then wrap a single piece of bacon around the outside of the chicken.
To keep the cheese in, I secured the chicken roll with toothpicks.
And for a final touch, I sprinkled on some Head Country rub.
The chicken rolls were cooked in the cooker at 350 for about 40 minutes, until the bacon was crisp, the chicken cooked and the cheese melted.
Dinner was served with stove top stuffing, steamed broccoli and Pillsbury crescent rolls. Hey - who has time to make everything from scratch every night?
Good eating. Sorry I don't have pics, the camera is not cooperating, it's happier when I charge it.