You know when you make to much Chicken Cordon Bleu…who am I kidding! You can never make to much Chicken Cordon Bleu! As you all know I previously shared a post showing how you can make Chicken Cordon Bleu in a much quicker way without all the hassle of toothpicks and heating up the oven. Now, I want to show you why I make extra and what I do with the leftovers. It’s another one of my double duty meal ideas. Continue reading
If you know me at all, you know that I love Chicken Cordon Bleu. It’s my most favorite food in the whole world. My step-dad got me hooked when I was a child. I can remember him making Chicken Cordon Bleu with ham, Swiss cheese, and using crushed corn flakes as a breading. I love that hint of sweet from the cornflakes mixed with Swiss cheese. Over the years I have adapted and changed his recipe. I’ve used bread crumbs for the crust and the ever present toothpicks to hold it all together. I’ve baked it, fried it, and re-purposed it in many ways. I stick to the basic principles but love to test out new ways to make this classic dish.