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Vinaigrette. The word I can never seem to spell right, no matter how many times I look it up. And yes, I had to look it up to spell it correctly here. It frustrates me greatly. Am I the only one who always resorts to spell check on this one?
I almost didn't even use the "v" word in the recipe title because I didn't want to spell it wrong, again. Sage & Prosicutto Stuffed Chicken with Orange-Sage Vinegrette. Vinagrette. Vinegraitte. ahhhhhhhh... Vinaigrette! See, get's me every time. Even if I can't spell it, this dressing (see what I did there) is absolutely delicious, healthy, and quick to whip together.
And you know what I love about this healthy and gluten-free stuffed chicken recipe? It's easy enough to make for those busy weeknight dinners, but totally elegant enough to serve on the weekends too.
Did you know Parma Ham (i.e. prosciutto from Parma, a city in the Italian region of Emilia-Romana) is gluten-free? Oh... you did. Okay then. I never did, and I guess never really even thought of it since I'm down with all things gluten anyway.
But for all you folks that are intolerant to gluten or are just plain avoiding the stuff, now you have another option at the dinner table 🙂
I actually typically make this Sage & Prosciutto Stuffed Chicken over the summer on the grill. And for a split second, I was thinking of using the grill this time too. But it's cold here in New York. And I know technically you can grill when it's cold outside. I just don't. It doesn't feel right. But if it's warm where you are, or if you're down with grilling in a winter jacket, go for it 🙂
adapted from Bobby Flay.Print
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