A couple of months ago, Trish and I had a short twitter conversation about Malibu Chicken. We both remembered it from Sizzler's growing up. And perhaps our moms had attempted to make it at home as well. Malibu Chicken sounded like a great meal idea so I took to the internets to find a good recipe. I didn't find just one recipe that I could use but several. I combined them to make my own recipe.
Malibu Chicken Rollups
6 thinly sliced chicken breasts
6 slices of ham
6 slices of swiss cheese
1 cup panko crumbs
2 tbs garlic powder
1/4 cup of shredded parmesan cheese
1 large egg
Heat oven to 375º. In a bowl combine panko, garlic powder, and parmesan cheese. Beat egg in separate bowl. Set aside.
Take one piece of chicken and place one piece of swiss cheese on top like this:
Malibu chicken all cooked:
Pour honey mustard sauce over chicken:
Do you remember the Malibu Chicken at Sizzler?
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I've never been to a Sizzler's Restaurant, I don't think I've ever seen one in my area. This chicken sounds very tasty, though, no matter where the inspiration came from. :)ReplyDelete
I've never heard of the restaurant either, but the chicken does look really good!ReplyDelete
that's what I usually got! off to pin recipe :-)ReplyDelete
I have never been to a Sizzler either, but I make a similar recipe that I found in a low-fat cookbook. My family loves it.ReplyDelete
I've never heard of Sizzler's, but this dish looks amazing!ReplyDelete
I've never been t a Sizzler's but this looks like an Americanized chicken cordon bleu. I bet this tastes wonderful!ReplyDelete
Great - looks easy and delicious!ReplyDelete
I've seen this recipe before and thought about making it a time or two!!ReplyDelete