chicken saltimbocca

Chicken Saltimbocca Recipe

A classic chicken recipe made with country ham
Aug 1, 2011 5:06 pm
chicken saltimbocca
Photo: Ellen Silverman © 2008

This dish is inspired by a traditional Roman dish made with veal and proscuitto. Translated literally from Italian, saltimbocca means “jump mouth” or “hop in the mouth,” implying that the dish is so good the flavors come to you. It’s best to pound the chicken breasts, for this or any recipe that calls for cutlets (or as the French call them, paillards). Chicken sold as cutlets in the grocery...

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