Chicken Cordon Bleu

  • jarnolduf Posted: 08/28/12
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    We made this dish tonight and it was fantastic! The meal was very flavorful. I used Boar's Head pancetta and Gruyere. It did, however, take longer to prep than the directions - at least 30 minutes. Definitely worth the time and effort!

  • TryAnythingOnce Posted: 07/18/12
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    Cordon Blah! My husband and I did not care for this lightened up version. The gruyere and pancetta combination was too mild and lacking in flavor. A little cayene pepper might have livened things up. I followed the recipe exactly, and prep time took about 3/4 hr, much longer than the 16 minutes indicated.

  • mrscrazyed Posted: 07/13/13
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    This wasn't a bad recipe, not just a great one -- which one would hope given the name. Followed the recipe exactly; a pleasant dish. But I actually have a better alternative, so will not be making this again.

  • Marilyn14 Posted: 02/21/14
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    I prepared this exactly as indicated and it came out awful. The cheese disappeared and the pancetta resembled uncooked bacon. It looked beautiful but was not very good. Won't make it again

  • itravel Posted: 02/28/14
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    Tasty. I used Jarlsburg cheese and Italian Dry Coppa. I turned oven down to 325 so cheese didn't melt out. Also started the rolls in cast iron pan with butter, added some white wine and tented foil over the pan in oven to trap steam. Took foil off towards end to brown crumbs. Could easily force feed this one to company:-)


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