Miniature chicken strudels
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Miniature chicken strudels
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:56:29 AM. Recipe ID 18701. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Miniature chicken strudels
 Categories: Chicken, Pastry, Appetizers, Canadian
      Yield: 1 Servings
     20 oz Package frozen spinach,
      3 c  Diced cooked chicken (or
           Leftover turkey)
      2 c  Ricotta cheese
      4 tb Parmesan cheese
      2    Egg yolks
      1 ts Salt
    1/2 ts Coarsely ground pepper
     32    Phyllo pastry or strudel
           Sheets, thawed
      1 c  Butter, melted
      2 c  Italian-seasoned bread
           Crumbs or
           Caesar salad croutons
  Squeeze spinach to remove all moisture. In a medium bowl, combine
  first 7 ingredients. Blend well. Set aside.
  Unroll phyllo sheets. Place one sheet on a flat surface. Cover
  remaining sheets with a slightly damp kitchen towel. Brush first
  sheet with melted butter. Sprinkle with 1 tablespoon bread crumbs.
  Repeat, using two more sheets. Spoon 1/8 of the chicken mixture along
  one short side of stacked buttered sheets, making a strip of filling
  about one inch wide. Toll up sheets to enclose filling, tuck ends
  under. Using a knife, score top of roll crosswise, making cuts about
  1/4 inch deep and 1 inch apart. Brush roll with melted butter. Using
  a spatula, place roll, seam side down, on a baking sheet. Cover
  loosely with a slightly damp kitchen towel. Repeat, using remaining
  ingredients to make a total of 8 rolls. Remove towel. Bake strudels
  15 minutes at 375F or until golden brown. Slice in to serving pieces
  along marking. Serve hot.
  ** Filled rolls can be frozen before baking. Place each roll on a flat
  surface and freeze until firm. Then, wrap individually in plastic
  wrap, then foil. Store in freezer. Bake 20 to 25 minutes.
  Makes about 96 appetizers.
  Funny story with this recipe:
  My brother and I had planned a surprise 35th anniversary party for my
  parents in 1991. My brother bought the supplies and I spent about 3
  weekends cooking and baking for the big day. I did all the
  preparation for the party at my parent's house. We had told them that
  I was getting all this stuff ready for a friend's surprise bridal
  shower. As my mom was watching me lose my mind trying to get
  everything ready on time [including adding 2 cups of salt to "the
  cookie" recipe instead of sugar] she commented: "I'm always amazed at
  what you will do for your friends. You'd never do anything like this
  for us." Needless to say, the next weekend she [literally] got to eat
  her words. HAH!
  From: Sandra Shapiro 

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Recipe ID 18701 (Apr 03, 2005)

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