Chicken & Spinach Rollatini

First, I would just like to sincerely apologize for the horrible food photography on this blog. I read these other blogs with their gorgeous pictures of their food, and I’m aware that mine are awful. See, my problem is, I finish making a meal, and get so excited that I immediately dig in. Then, about halfway through, I’ll think to myself, “man, this is good, I gotta tell someone about this.” Then I remember that I have this blog, then I remember to take a photo—when it’s already half-eaten and my plate is mess. Who can possibly wait long enough to lug out their DSLR and find the right lighting and adjust the aperture and identify the best focal point? Not to mention, actually plugging that camera into their computer and editing the image before posting their blog. For now, my crappy iPhotography will just have to do. Sorry bout that!

Now that that’s out of the way, onto the recipe. This recipe was perfect to satiate a craving for Italian food, without all the fatty, carby nonsense that usually comes with it. Chicken & Spinach Rollatini… It feels like you’re eating delectable Chicken Parmesan, but really, you’re nomming on healthy ol’ baked chicken with spinach.

And of course, it’s pretty easy to make. I feel like that almost goes without saying on this blog. I rarely do difficult-to-make meals. Ain’t nobody got time for that. In fact, I got home from work later than expected the night I made this, but with Dan’s help dipping the Rollatinis in the breadcrumbs, I managed to get this meal on the table—OK, let’s be honest… couch—in about 40 minutes, including the 25-30 minute baking time.

Just pair it with some whole wheat angel hair and a couple spoonfuls of marinara, and whaddaya know, you’ve got a meal. This one’s officially added to the monthly rotation!

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