I love Chicken Saltimbocca. I have been making this for about 4 or 5 years now. I snagged a recipe for Williams-Sonoma.com & haven't changed a thing. Must be a pretty good recipe if I have used the same one for so long!
This is a great company meal. Its very quick b/c the chicken breasts are so thin. They can sit in the oven, on low for at least 20 minutes so you can prepare them in advance. The additional sauce at the end makes them nice a juicy & not dried out.
This time I made them with a spaghetti recipe from Giada. It was ok, not great just ok. A little too oily, but I also about burnt down everything in our kitchen as I added the water to the hot oil. Sure she says "add very slowly & carefully", which I did, but I had to let it pop away for like 5 minutes before I could even get to the stove to pull it off!
I was so happy to be able to go out to my backyard & get all the herbs!!! I'll post about the garden next!