Chicken Cordon Bleu

This week, I've got a recipe for a dish that sounds fancy but is easy to make from stuff you already have in your fridge. It's chicken cordon bleu.

This week, I’ve got a recipe for a dish that looks and sounds chichi but is easy to make from stuff you probably already have in your fridge. It’s chicken cordon bleu. Wooooo – fancy!

Actually… I found this recipe while searching for something to make one Sunday when, as usual, we had neglected to go to the grocery store. I had some chicken breasts. I had some deli ham and swiss cheese that my husband had bought for sandwiches. I had a bit of bread going stale. Turns out I had all I needed to whip up a nice dinner! I went online and – again as usual – I created a hybrid from several chicken cordon bleu recipes I found. I couldn’t believe how easy this dish was to make!

Chicken Cordon Bleu


  • Chicken breasts
  • Deli ham
  • Swiss cheese slices (or you could use shredded)
  • Bread crumbs (You can make your own by putting bread into a warm oven until it gets toasty, then crushing it.)
  • Two eggs, scrambled with a bit of water


  • Pound the chicken breasts flat between two sheets of cling wrap or waxed paper.
  • Lay a couple of slices of ham on each flattened breast.
  • Lay a slice of cheese on top of each flattened breast.
  • Roll the breasts up.
  • Dip the rolls into the eggs.
  • Dip the rolls into the breadcrumbs to coat.
  • Bake for 40 minutes in a 325-degree oven.

1 thought on “Chicken Cordon Bleu

  1. Justice Fergie says:

    sounds delish! and who knew it was that easy??

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