Published in December, 1991, this recipe for Chicken Alouette still remains popular with readers of Southern Living. Ideal for a shower, brunch or holiday meal, pair this dish with a tossed salad, green beans, or a congealed salad. Alouette Cheese is a creamy garlic and herb spreadable cheese found in the dairy section of the grocery store. Aside from using it in this recipe, spread it on apple and pear wedges, or smear it on crostini and top with your favorite jam or preserve. If the chicken breasts seem rather large, you may want to flatten them to a more uniform thickness to ensure even cooking. Place each breast between two sheets of wax paper or plastic wrap and simply use a rolling pin or meat mallet to pound them to the desired size.
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