Chicken Pesto Roll Ups (VIDEO)
Have you discovered Pesto Chicken?! These chicken pesto roll ups are stuffed with cheese, juicy tomatoes and pesto sauce! This pesto chicken tastes like fine dining with Tuscan flavors but they are so easy to make.
This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy.
This is my sister, Svetlana’s pesto chicken recipe. She sent me a photo of her dinner last week and I set out to recreate it right away. My Mother (who was trained in the culinary arts), was particularly smitten with this recipe. Mom’s rave reviews are especially valuable to me. 🙂
Chicken Pesto Roll Ups Recipe:
These chicken roll ups are simple enough for weeknight cooking but are also special occasion worthy!
Ingredients for Pesto Chicken Roll Ups:
The list of ingredients in this pesto chicken is short and uncomplicated: Chicken, simple seasoning, shredded mozzarella and tomatoes. P.S. We fell in love with homemade pesto sauce but the one from Costco also works really well.
How to Make Chicken Pesto Roll-Ups:
1. Preheat oven to 425˚F. Cut each chicken breast in half lengthwise so you have 8 thin chicken cutlets. Pound each cutlet in a quart sized ziploc bag or between 2 sheets of plastic wrap to 1/8″ thick. Season both sides of your thin cutlets with garlic salt and black pepper.
2. Spoon and spread 1 Tbsp pesto in the center of each cutlet, top with 2 thin slices of tomato and sprinkle with 2-3 Tbsp shredded mozzarella cheese. Roll the chicken up as tightly as you can and seal ends with a toothpick.
3. Preheat a large oven-safe skillet over medium/high heat with 1 Tbsp oil and 1 Tbsp butter. Add chicken roll-ups and sear on both sides until golden (4 min per side for a total of 8 minutes on the stove).
4. Sprinkle tops with remaining cheese and scatter 1 cup of baby tomatoes over the top. Place the oven-safe skillet on the center rack of your preheated oven and bake 425˚F for 13-15 minutes (13 minutes for these medium chicken breasts and 15 minutes for larger chicken breasts, or until internal temperature of chicken reaches 160˚F on an instant-read thermometer.
To serve, remove toothpicks then plate chicken pesto roll ups, spooning pan juices and roasted tomatoes over the top and garnish with freshly chopped basil. Serve with mashed potatoes and roasted asparagus for a fancy (but simple) dinner!
Watch How to Make Chicken Pesto Roll Ups:
Is your mouth watering yet??
⬇Print-Friendly Chicken Pesto Roll-Ups Recipe:
Chicken Pesto Roll-Ups (VIDEO)
- 2 lbs chicken breasts, (4 medium/large chicken breasts)
- 1 tsp Garlic Salt, (or to taste)
- 1/4 tsp Black Pepper, (or to taste)
- 1/2 cup Pesto sauce, (about 8 Tbsp total)
- 8 oz Mozzarella cheese, shredded,, (reserve 2 oz for topping)
- 2 tomatoes (medium), thinly sliced into 16 rings
- 1 cup cherry tomatoes, optional
- 1 Tbsp Fresh basil leaves, shredded, optional garnish
- 1 Tbsp olive oil
- 1 Tbsp unsalted butter
Preheat oven to 425˚F. Cut chicken breast in half lengthwise so you have 8 thin chicken cutlets. Pound each cutlet in a quart sized ziploc bag or between 2 sheets of plastic wrap into 1/8" thick cutlets. Season both sides of chicken with garlic salt and black pepper.
Spoon and spread 1 Tbsp pesto in the center of each cutlet, top with 2 thin tomato slices and sprinkle with 2-3 Tbsp mozzarella cheese. Roll the chicken up tightly and seal ends with a toothpick.
Preheat large oven-safe skillet over medium/high heat with 1 Tbsp oil and 1 Tbsp butter. Add chicken roll-ups and sear on both sides until golden (4 min per side or 8 minutes total on the stove).
Sprinkle tops with remaining cheese and 1 cup of cherry tomatoes. Place the skillet on the center rack of oven and bake 425˚F for 13-15 minutes (13 min for these these medium chicken breasts and 15 min for larger chicken breasts, or until internal temp of chicken reaches 160˚F on instant-read thermometer.
To serve, remove toothpicks then plate chicken pesto roll-ups, spooning pan juices and roasted tomatoes over the top and garnish with freshly chopped basil. Serve with mashed potatoes and asparagus for a fancy (but simple) dinner!
If you make this recipe, I’d love to see pics of your creations on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter! Hashtag them #natashaskitchen
Q: Have you tried Pesto Chicken?
P.S. These chicken pesto roll ups reheat really well if you’re lucky enough to have leftovers! I hope you and your family love these easy, excellent chicken pesto roll-ups.
If you love chicken, check out this popular one-pan Chicken Madeira and all of our favorite chicken recipes HERE.
Read comments/reviewsAdd comment/review
Natasha, your recipe sounds awesome! I love pesto anything and bought some premade @ Costco too. It’s so so good! One question though. Vine-ripened tomatoes are not in season yet so am wondering if I could substitute well-drained strips of sun-dried tomatoes in the chicken instead? I don’t want to overpower the flavors. I will make the real-McCoy when tomatoes come into season.
Hi Pj, I haven’t tried that but it sure sounds like a tasty substitution! Let me know if you experiment 🙂
It was extremely wonderful, definitely a keeper, super easy thanks.
You’re welcome Spring, I’m glad you love the recipe! Thanks for sharing!
I made this tonight and just finished dinner It was outstanding. Thank you for posting this recipe
You’re welcome Rick! I’m glad you enjoy the recipe so much. Thanks for sharing your great review!
I plan to make these for 8 people…I’m thinking of making them ahead about an hour and putting them on a jelly roll pan to finish baking right when I plan to serve them? What are your thoughts or cooking time suggestions? These look amazing!
Hi Melissa, if they are not going to be refrigerated in between, I would keep the baking time the same. You could double check for doneness with an instant read thermometer or by cutting one of them in half.
Hi Natasha, My only challenge has been cutting the chicken thin enough for rolling. I decided to have the butcher at my grocery store cut the chicken according to your recipe. They turned out much better! This recipe has become a family favorite! Always enjoy your recipes!
That is so smart to have the butcher do it! Thank you for that tip! 🙂
Love your recipes and have done several. Wondering if you could butterfly the breasts to stuff instead of halving?
Hi Diane, I hope I am understanding your comment correctly. I suppose you could butterfly a halved piece of chicken breast, but just butterflying a whole chicken breast would give you a very large and thick roll-up which would take much longer to cook through.
Thanks Natasha. Thank you also for your recipes, I follow them on Facebook. I believe over half my go to recipes are yours!
My pleasure Diane! 🙂
Will you gave me the recipe for the pesto sauce, I want to make my sauce
Hi Carmen, here is the recipe. I hope you’ll love it 😀
We have fix the Chicken Pesto Roll Up. Its very good and its also a conversation piece at our dinner table tonight. Cant stop talking about it.
I’m glad to hear the recipe is such a hit! Thanks for sharing your wonderful review!
I am from India….and I love your recipies….. these are soooo good…. I make them quite often…. my family loves them…
Thanks for all your video recipies… love love them
My pleasure! I’m happy to hear how much you and your family are enjoying the recipes. Thanks for following!
Tried this recipe tonight after watching your video and it was super easy and my family said it was definitely a repeat…hoping to see some more recipes for the Instant Pot I also received for Christmas.
Hi Carol, I’m loving my instant pot also! Have you seen our current instant pot recipes?
I made this with a red pesto from Aldi. Very good. Will make again.
I’m glad you enjoy the recipe Jenn! Thanks for sharing your great review!
Made this for the Government, she loved them! She said I can stay another week.🙂
I’m glad to hear that, thanks for sharing!
Can u include nutrition information
Due to time constraints, I don’t typically include nutritional info, but check out this nutrition analyzer – you can plug in the ingredients from any recipe, select the serving size and it will give you nutritional info, calories, etc. I hope that is helpful to you Margie!
My family loves this dish! I added fresh garlic and spinach to the roll ups! So yummy! Thanks for sharing ☺
You’re welcome Christy! I’m glad to hear the recipe is such a hit. Thanks for sharing your great review with other readers!
This reciepe is now a week day dinner staple. Love it! Thank you.
You’re welcome Patricia! I’m glad to hear how much you enjoy the recipe. Thanks for sharing! 🙂
delicious! they turned out really good, Thanks Natasha for sharing your wonderful recipes.
You’re welcome Elena! I’m glad you enjoy the recipe. Thanks for sharing your great review!
WOW! ABSOLUTELY AMAZING! Definitely a recipe to impress when having company over.
I learned that its important to make sure to pound the chicken slices thinner then you think they should be so theres no pink in the middle. Used a mandolin slicer to slice really thin tomatoes–made it easier to roll up. Oh…and my house smelled like an Italian restaurant. 🙂 My family LOVED these! Thanks for the recipe. 🙂
My pleasure Laura! I’m glad to hear how much you enjoy the recipe. Thanks for sharing your fantastic review with other readers!
This is the best!!! I have made it several times and it’s a great dish. It’s an easy delicious, foolproof dish. For anyone who likes pesto, this is a GREAT dish to make. It’s easy to follow the recipe and you can’t go wrong with it.
I’m happy to hear how much you love the recipe Stephanie! Thanks for sharing your excellent review with other readers!
I didn’t bother with the oven. Folded the tenderized chicken on over the pesto and mozzarella, (no tomates) and skillet fried on low heat with butter. Added lemon the end for a brown butter lemon sauce. Excellent.
I’m happy to hear the recipe is a success. Thanks for sharing your great review!
I haven’t tried yet, but I think I would stick with the stove…adding a cup of white wine and letting it reduce to half would give a lovely sauce…very similar to a basic chicken in white wine sauce but I love the stuffing of pesto, tomatoes, and cheese…definitely going to try!
Do you know how many calories this didn’t would be, approx. per chicken?
Due to time constraints, I don’t typically include nutritional info, but check out this nutrition analyzer – you can plug in the ingredients from any recipe, select the serving size and it will give you nutritional info, calories, etc. I hope that is helpful to you!
I made this for Christmas dinner. It was excellent. I only had chive and onion cream cheese and it gave the dish that extra burst of flavor. My husband could not stop raving about this dish.
I also added fresh spinach. Scrumptious!
I’m happy to hear you both enjoy the recipe. Thanks for sharing your great review!
I love these! Had some difficulty rolling and keeping the ingredients in the roll but I read your suggestions from another post and I’ll try those next time.
Thank you for making them Kristin. Let me know how it goes next time. Have a great Christmas 😬
I have made these 3 times in the last month and a half! So delicious!! How can you go wrong with anything with Pesto in it ;+). I also add a pint of sliced mushrooms when I add the grape tomatoes. They come out so buttery! My only challenge is still how to flatten the chicken breast where it will roll up so tight with the tomato slices and cheese in it. I try to cut them in half and flatten them but I tend to put holes in the chicken. But I’ll keep practicing because this recipe is so easy and delicious!! I serve it over a small amount of Angel Hair Pasta. Thank you for sharing this recipe!!
Hi Carolyn, I’m so glad you loved the recipe enough to make it 3 times! Thanks for sharing that with us :). There are different sized chicken breasts – some smaller, some larger and the larger ones are definitely easier to pound and roll. Also, I keep the tomato slices really thin which helps in rolling and you might try sliced cheese instead of shredded and see if that makes the process even easier.
Do you know what the nutrition facts are for these? Especially the calories.
Amanda, I don’t typically include calorie counts because of the time constraint that I have. I really need to hire some help to do that for me! When I need a quick answer though; I have used Caloriecount.com (their recipe analyzer is free).”
This page is showing the nutrition facts on it, but my question is it for 1 roll-up? In other words, how many in a serving?
Hi Coni, Yes, that is for one roll. This recipe makes for 8 rolls or “8 servings”. I hope that helps.
yes, adding ingredients to my shopping list, can’t wait to try this!
Another amazing recipe Natasha! I am new to cooking, but following your recipes is always so easy 🙂
I’m glad to hear how much you’re enjoying the recipes! Thanks for following Tori!
Wow!!!! We loved these Pesto Chicken Roll-Ups! This recipe is perfect and a keeper!!!
Paula, thank you for the nice review and you are very welcome 😬
I love watching your cooking 🙂
I have to try your chicken pesto roll- i don’t know is it going to taste like yours BUT i will give it try 😛
I buy at least 10 of the items on your Costco list. Those are great suggestions Thanks for sharing.
Hello Nikki! I’m glad to hear how much you’re enjoying my site! Please let me know what you think of the recipe! 🙂
Good Morning Natasha!
Where do I begin??? I made your chicken pesto roll-ups for visiting family this weekend. They were a HUGE success! I did not have 1 bit of leftovers. My sister-n-law told me after dinner that she really doesn’t like chicken but this dinner was AMAZING and she might have to try other chicken dinners now :O)~ Thank you again for all your videos and recipes. I LOVE THEM!!!
Morning Michelle! My pleasure, I’m happy to hear how much everyone enjoys the recipe! Thanks for sharing your fantastic review!
Thank goodness for you, I am becoming a wonderful cook.
Ahh, you’re so sweet! I’m glad to hear you’re enjoying the recipes Liz! Thanks for following and sharing your encouraging comments!
I am going to make your Chicken Pesto Rollups tomorrow and was wondering if I could freeze some of them after I have cooked them. They sound delicious and would like to make extra to have in the freezer for the busy holidays ahead.
Hi Louise, I haven’t tried freezing them so I’m not 100% sure how they would work after thawing and reheating. It will have to be an experiment :-). Let me know if you test that out! It sounds like a good idea!
Made this yesterday, AMAZING flavor, was really hard to wrap and keep them rolled, i believed cut them a bit thick, regardless this dish added to my list of do again.
I’m glad to hear you enjoy the recipe Sergio! Thanks for sharing your great review! 🙂
Hi, I made this already, turned out great.
Can I prepare the day before?
Hi Joan, you can prepare everything up until the point you put it in the oven and let it cool instead then refrigerate overnight then bake the following day. Bake a few minutes longer if baking it chilled.
I made the Pesto chicken. It was not as pretty as yours but the flavor was excellent!! I will be making this again very soon!
I’m glad you love the recipe Barb! Thanks so much for sharing! 🙂
This looks so delicious, I will definitely try to make it. Can’t wait, Thank you so much.
You’re welcome! I hope you love it! Please let me know what you think of the recipe!
These look amazing but my husband doesn’t like pesto do you think anything can be used to substitute the pesto? Thanks!
Victoria, I really haven’t experienced with substitute my self and can’t think of anything of right now. Has anyone else tried using something else besides pesto?
Maybe an olive tapenade, or a sun dried tomato mixture? If it’s the basil he doesn’t like you might try making a pesto with thyme instead? Just thoughts…good luck!
BTW, I added prosciutto to mine and it was amazing. That may also be an alternative in addition to the previously posted options!
YUM! That sounds really good!
Awesome!! Thanks Don! 🙂
I don’t have a green pesto, but I do have a red pepper pesto which I’m planning to use. Would he like that? I also have a rollup recipe that uses cream cheese and minced garlic. It’s really good.
Hi Linda, without testing it first, it is difficult to give a recommendation. If you experiment, let me know how you liked it! 🙂
Hi Natasha, last night I made this chicken roll ups, my family loved it, this meal was DELICIOUS!!!!! My husband know about you and your recipes, he asked me “Is a recipe from Natasha?”, he knows all your recipes are perfect and sooo tasty!! I used the Pesto from Costco, is the best!!
Hugs and Blessings!!
LOL! Hi there Cristina! I’m glad to hear how much the family is enjoying the recipes! Thanks for following and sharing your great review!
Hi, what department of Costco Can I find the pesto?
Can’t wait to try this. I love Pesto sauce and if I can buy it already prepared, that’s even better!
Hi Kathi, it is in the refrigerator section (in the center of our Costco by the meats in our Costco) I believe it’s next to the ravioli 🙂
My pleasure Kathi! 🙂
Hi Natasha! I made this last night and they taste great!
I had trouble rolling up the chicken though. Any tips?
Hi Jing, pounding the chicken to a 1/8″ thickness helps to roll the chicken up. If the chicken is too thick, you won’t be able to contain the filling and it will be difficult to roll. Also, securing with a toothpick helps to hold it together while sautéing and rolling the rest of the chicken.
Anybody know what the calories, fat, carbs and protein is per serving??
Thinking would be ok if didn’t fry with oil and butter but baked or fried with spray?
I looked into it and got the information.
Calories-277 Fat-18.6 Sat Fat 6.4
Carbs- 5.8 Fiber- 1 Sugar- 2.6
Weight Watcher Points is 8
Hope this will help you.
Thank you so much Connie! That is so amazing of you! What tool do you use to get the information?
Thanks so much Connie. Wish all the recipes showed this info.
It was one of the easiest meals I’ve made and yet so perfect!!! Thank you!!!
My pleasure Julie! I’m glad you love the recipe! Thanks for sharing your great review!
I made it over the weekend with chicken thighs because we don’t like chicken breast, did it all according to directions but less pesto just a thin layer maybe 1tsp. It was delicious, husband loved it, it was very delicious and i think I have to make it again this week! Thank you for great and delicious recipes Natasha!
My pleasure Inna! I’m glad to hear you both enjoy the recipe! Thanks for sharing your great review!
here is my photo
My attempt. it tasted very good although one did not wrap correctly
here is a photo.
I’m glad you enjoy the recipe! Thanks for sharing your delicious photo!
Just Fan of this Recipe! I love anything with made Chicken but it is different from Other Chicken Recipe. when I see this video I Just amazed that it’s Easy to Make. Can’t wait to Make this home! Thanks for gives us this Recipe. Really Love this Recipe🥘🥘
You’re welcome! I hope you love the recipe! Please let me know what you think!
I made this tonight however I used roasted red peppers as I had no tomatoes. Easy and yummy! Definitely saving this recipe!
I’m glad you enjoy the recipe Sheila! Thanks so much for sharing!
Making this tonight! Looks great! Can I prepare ahead of time?
Hi Joan, yes, you can prepare it until just before putting it in the oven then let it come to room temperature and refrigerate until ready to use. Bake before serving until hot and cooked through. You may need to add a few minutes of baking time if you are starting with chilled chicken roll ups.
I have not made this yet but am planning on making it. I was just wondering what the nutrition values are. I am on Weight Watchers so would love to figure out how many point I would use on this.
Due to time constraints, I don’t typically include nutritional info, but check out this nutrition analyzer – you can plug in the ingredients from any recipe, select the serving size and it will give you nutritional info, calories, etc. I hope that is helpful to you Connie!
Thank you so much for the information on the nutrition analyzer it will give me all the information on need. Can’t wait to make this now that I know it will only use 8 of my 30 points. Again Thank You
You’re welcome Connie! I’m glad it helps!
Made this and it was so so tasty and very easy to make. My husband can’t wait until I make it again. Thank you for sharing your wonderful recipes. X
You’re welcome! I’m glad to hear you both enjoy the recipe! Thanks for sharing your great review Margaret!
This chicken dish was just ok. My kids ate it but didn’t really like it. I just don’t think the flavor is very kid friendly. It really does have a bold pesto flavor and I guess not every child would like pesto. It was also a bit dry. I don’t think I will be making it again.
Hi Larissa, thank you for sharing your feedback. This has been a very popular with readers and I am always happy to help troubleshoot. The amount of pesto in this should be pretty mild in flavor and not overpowering. I wonder if it may be the brand of pesto used? Did you try a different brand? Also, overbaking or overcooking on the stove would cause chicken to be more dry, or an oven that runs hotter than usual. I hope that helps!
All you need to do is follow the directions. I felt like a master chef when I pulled it out of the oven. It should also be noted, my 7, and 9 year old LOVED IT!
I’m glad to hear the recipe is a HIT! Thanks for sharing your fantastic review!
Made this for company tonight. . Tasted great. I love how specific all your recipes are. I have yet to make one that doesn’t turn out well. Thanks 🙂 I didn’t have cherry tomatoes, so I just used seeded and diced Romas.
You’re welcome Katie! I’m glad the recipe was a HIT! Thanks for sharing!
I’m Andrea! We just used your recipe but we tweaked it a little.
We used pineapple in the recipe inside the chicken and we cut the rings of tomato into strips instead.
We also used an air fryer to cook it after searing it instead of an oven.
Thanks for this awesome recipe!!!
I love it!!!!👍👍👍
Hello Andrea! You’re welcome! That sounds AMAZING! Thanks for sharing your great review with other readers!
What an incredible recipe! I definitely have to try it. It looks so scrumptious. You do a phenomenal job with videos. Everything always looks so mouthwatering and perfect. I haven’t had a lot of time to read blogs lately, but I like watching Youtube videos while I am cooking or folding laundry:), so I love to see your new content that way. You are amazing and so inspirational.
This recipe went viral super fast, I hope you love it! Thanks for following and sharing your encouraging, thoughtful comments! 🙂
This recipe was easy to follow, enjoyable to make, and delicious!! I did add a piece of pancetta to each roll. Thank you!!!
You’re welcome Suzanne! I’m glad you enjoy the recipe! Thanks for sharing your great review!
My family loved this chicken dish. Thanks for the recipe! We will make it again.
You’re welcome Patti! I’m glad to hear the recipe was a HIT! Thanks for sharing your great review!
I’m so very impressed with your ingenuity…it inspires me to expand my horizons! But I must admit that Natasha’s original recipe is pretty hard to beat!!!
Hi! Just thought you might want to fix a couple grammatical errors…
You have “re’creat” for ‘recreate’, and particular should say particularly 😊
Oh dear, I must have been half asleep or something. That’s a whole lot of typos in one section! Thank you so much for pointing that out! Fixed 🙂
I love this recipe! Started making it but realized my pesto in fridge was expired 😡 so I made it with some fresh chimichurri I had left over from the night before. I also did not have cherry tomatoes so chopped up some fresh orange and red pepper with onion and threw on top. Thank you so much for this great recipe as well as all your others!
You’re welcome Lilia! I’m happy to hear how much you enjoy the recipe! Thanks for sharing your great review with other readers!
can you add the nutritional value for this recipe
Due to time constraints, I don’t typically include nutritional info, but check out this nutrition analyzer – you can plug in the ingredients from any recipe, select the serving size and it will give you nutritional info, calories, etc. I hope that is helpful to you Marion!
Made this last night and it was AMAZING and SO EASY! I did tweak two small things. I do not like fresh tomatoes so I used sun dried tomatoes inside the chicken and it was so good. Also from another reviewer I added Prosciutto, wow it added a perfect level of salt and flavor. This again was so easy and is a great weeknight dinner. I served it with spinach and we gobbled it up
That sounds delicious, what great suggestions! I’m happy to hear how much you enjoy the recipe! Thanks for sharing your excellent review with other readers Megan!
Where do u buy your chicken breast ? Thank u
Hi Irina, I buy organic chicken breast either at Costco or Fred Meyer. We usually make a weekly trip to Costco and buy the big pack and freeze until needed.
Like your blog very much for collection of delicious recipes! Recently decided to make Salmon cakes and they’re came out to full satisfaction for me and my family.
But it’s always open question: what to serve with? Open for suggestions. Also, think about to make pesto chicken wraps and again with what as side dish.
Would like your professional opinion.
Hi Viktor, I’m so glad your family enjoyed the salmon cakes!! I would serve those with a fresh green salad such as the shrimp avocado salad, or most green salads. For the pesto chicken, it would pair really well with roasted asparagus or any steamed vegetables.
Hi Natasha, I stumbled across your site through Youtube and have made several of your recipes – they are all amazing! Keep up the good work!
The chicken pesto roll ups are no exception. I made this last night and it was so delicious! I did overcook the chicken a bit (totally my fault) so they were a little dry but nonetheless the flavors were amazing.
I’m glad to hear how much you enjoy the recipe Lauren! Thanks for following and sharing your excellent review!
do not have an oven safe skillet so can i cook on stove and transfer to a casserole dish? am thinking that would be OK
Hi CS, I think that would still be ok, just pour the juice over the chicken that is in the skillet while cooking so you don’t lose any flavor :).
Can I use a Dutch oven for this recipe?
Hi Hannah, yes that would work fine as long as it is at least 5 1/2 Qt. If it is too small to fit everything in a single layer, you can brown the chicken in 2 batches.
Hey natasha!! The recipe looks amazing!! Might I just ask, why do you slice the tomatoe into 12 slices? Won’t that only be enough for 6 chicken peices, since you need 2 slices per chicken cutlet? Just wanted to clarify !!
Oh goodness, I’m so glad you caught that! Slice into 16 rings. I did go to college and have 2 degrees and I know that 8 cutlets x 2 slices =16 slices. lol. Thanks for bringing that to my attention. 🙂
littel Question, did you show in one of your recipe videos how to dry celery leaves and parsley in the oven. I think it was you were i saw it but coundn’t find it anymore. By the way your recipes are great, never miss a post.
greetings from germany
Hi Florian, I don’t have anything like that, sorry! Maybe it was on another website. I’m so glad you enjoy our recipes!! 🙂
Hi Natasha, I made the chicken pesto roll ups for dinner on Sunday. They were awesome. My husband loved it. This recipe is a keeper.
Hello Rhonda! I’m glad to hear you both love the recipe! Thanks for sharing your great review!
Hi, Natasha. This looks good, going to make this 4 dinner. is their a recipe for the green stuff u spread?
Hi Olga, yes, I do have a pesto recipe here. If you want things to go quicker, the one at Costco is also very good 🙂
Thanks! Love to try new things. Thanks 4 your wonderful recipes. May God bless u & ur beautiful family. (:
My pleasure Olga! Thanks for following! God Bless 🙂
Great looking recipe. I’m going to go a step further and add a slice of smoked prosciutto to each chicken cutlet before I add the pesto et al. I use Stockmeyer Prosciutto from Trader Joes almost exclusively and it’s awesome. Can’t wait to try this one because I know it’s gong to be great! Thanks!
I’ve never tried their prosciutto so thank you for the recommendation!! I do love your idea of adding prosciutto – the thought of it makes me so hungry!!
This recipe sounds amazing 😋. I will be trying it this week. I also get pesto at Costco when I don’t have my homemade pesto.
It’s the best store-bought one we have tried :). We didn’t make pesto this year since we didn’t grow basil (completely forgot to plant it!) 😉
Where is the thumb for the thumb’s up?
I don’t see it anywhere.
Hi Alan! This is the same as our youtube video so it makes sense more on Youtube :). Sorry for the confusion but I’m glad that you would give us a thumbs up if there was a thumb. 😉
This looks delicious! What brand name of skillet did you use? I was trying to see the name but couldn’t =). I need a pan like this but not sure what to get.
Hi Mary, this was the Staub braiser and we LOVE it! It’s very versatile 🙂
It looks absolutely awesome I cant wait to cook this, I will post my reply after making it. I also tried one recipe with egg and it was awesome too, so I hope this will be as good as the last one.
Hi Veronica, I hope you love the recipe!
Just wanted to say that i love this recipe! I cooked it for the first time tonight and it turned out awesome!
Also love your chicken pesto pasta and creamy herb mushroom chicken.
I’m so happy to hear that! Thank you for sharing your great review, Rothnie!
I love this recipe. Simple but stunning.My question is can I just bake chicken without searing?
Hi Cookie, I always sear first to seal in the flavor and I just haven’t tested it that way to say for sure. From a quick google search, I am coming up with recipes that show to bake at 425˚F for 25 minutes without the initial searing, so I’m guessing it could work well.