On cutting board, pound chicken to 1/4 inch thick and set aside. In small bowl mix cottage cheese and the rest of the seasoning.
Spoon cheese mixture onto chicken and roll up jelly-roll fashion. In bottom of 10x6 inch pan, spoon 1/2 of the tomato mixture, then put chicken on top seam-side down. Top with remaining sauce and sprinkle with cheese. Bake at 350 degrees F for 45 minutes or until chicken is done.
Source: The American Heart Association Cook Book
By jlyn from Plant City, FL
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This is a great Italian main dish the whole family will enjoy.
This makes a lot. You can freeze it, and it is filling!
This is a very tasty, simply-made Italian meal. I love that it's made in the microwave!
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Brown sausage; drain. Remove 1/2 of sausage and set aside. Stir tomato paste, sauce, water and brown sugar in sausage; simmer 15 minutes.
This is a great, family friendly dish! One of our favorites.
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This recipe is really delicious and the nice thing if you are having company. (6-8 servings)
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