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Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole

Am Am: "Delicious. Added 2 Thoney mustard to soup. Baked…" Read More
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  • 3 chicken breasts (small, cut in 1-inch cubes)
  • 1/2 cup milk (I used 2%)
  • 1 large egg
  • salt
  • pepper
  • 2 cups panko bread crumbs
  • 8 ounces deli ham (diced)
  • 4 ounces swiss cheese (cubed)
  • 10.75 ounces cream of chicken soup (or use my homemade version)
  • 1 cup milk
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    Calories350Calories from Fat140
    Total Fat15g23%
    Saturated Fat7g35%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat140
    Total Carbohydrate16g5%
    Dietary Fiber<1g3%
    Vitamin A6%
    Vitamin C6%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Am Am 10 months ago
    Delicious. Added 2 Thoney mustard to soup. Baked at 375 for 40 minutes plus 10 uncovered. Makes a nice sauce for noodles or rice.
    Diana Frey a year ago
    Great. Will definitely make it again.
    Cathy D. a year ago
    the temperature semed to low, the chichen did not get cooked.
    It came our great! But next time I need to double up on the sauce and I did season up the Panko and added other flavors!
    Nancy a year ago
    Delicious! But I wish I added more seasoning that I love like garlic. I also should have used a plastic bag to put the bread crumbs in to coat the chicken because I made a mess using 2 bowls.
    RockstarLineCook 2 years ago
    Pretty gross!!!! Way to salty and I didn’t season the panko. I love chicken cordon bleu this is not it!!!
    Kathy C. 2 years ago
    no drections available.. so how do you make it
    Webb 2 years ago
    The most prominent flavor is the cream of chicken soup, which isn’t what anyone’s looking for when they sign up for chicken cordon bleu
    Andrea Bailey 2 years ago
    Instead of breeding chicken I mixed it with can of cream of chicken and seasoning (garlic, Italian seasoning, salt pepper, minced onion). Layered with ham and cheese on top of that. Could have had more cheese and even little more ham. Added panko breadcrumbs to the top instead. Supper yummy will be making again
    Samantha French 2 years ago
    It turned out amazing! We used a 9x9 glass baking dish and the chicken was not soggy. The next time we make this we are going to bake the chicken for 15 minutes before we add the cheese and ham. We are also going to try adding bacon to it! Can’t wait to try it again.
    Nick Wetherell 2 years ago
    Soggy breaded chicken, bland as bland could be. Hard to get through the left overs.
    Bill Huebsch 2 years ago
    Came out quite well, but a little on the bland side. Since we are not fans of swiss cheese we did substitute monterey jack, so perhaps that made a difference as it would have altered the taste some. The panko crumbs did not make as big of an impact as I thought thew would, particularly when reheating the leftovers they were not crispy.
    Courtney Doiron 2 years ago
    amazing dish i will definitely make again for tha family
    Leandra Chalmers 2 years ago
    great idea! i guess more sauce would've been nice. i put the chicken in a pan instead of raw in the oven and i put the chicken on top instead of the bottom of the pan so it would be crispy with the bread crumbs. other than that it was great
    Victoria McIntyre 3 years ago
    the soup just kind of sat on top and didn't seap down at all. Next time I'll mix the soup and milk with the cheese and ham.
    Looks good. Tastes good. But, i miss the traditional sauce you pour onto chicken cordon bleu.
    Laura Colledge 3 years ago
    The chicken was a little dry, so I think next time I’ll mix everything together and not layer it. I think that will help it be creamier/saucier throughout.
    Lecuyer 3 years ago
    It turned absolutely great! My five year old grandson loved it snd went back for seconds.
    RuthAnn Clore 3 years ago
    The first time I made it the family ate it but wasn't impressed. Not much flavor. I tried again using dried onion flakes for half of the panko. Also added season salt to the soup/milk mix. Now it's a keeper.
    Arron Liptak 3 years ago
    One word...Orgasmic! Made it just like recipe...think next time though I will sprinkle the Pablo on top a little to maybe add a little crunch
    Sally 3 years ago
    It was very flavorful and also easy to make.
    Jo Jones 3 years ago
    Great recipe. Definitely a keeper!
    Stanton 3 years ago
    i had to cook it any extra 30 minutes! the first 35 left the chicken raw and i mean like when i put it in! it was good though after that
    Katy 3 years ago
    It was really good! My daughter doesn't like swiss cheese so I used half swiss and half provolone, but it was still great!
    Ryan McFadden 4 years ago
    Family loved it and it was nice and easy to make. Would definitely make this one again.
    Gail Tackett 4 years ago
    ive made it twice now and everyone loves it
    Brittnay Youmans 4 years ago
    Was really good. Will deffinately be making this again.
    Cristal Jones 4 years ago
    i used panko crumbs and added a thin layer on top, put it on broil for 3 minutes. it was a hit with the family, will deffinatly be making it again
    Justin Roy 4 years ago
    So amazingly good! could be cut up or whole regarding the chicken.
    Shaunda L. 4 years ago
    I skipped the bread crumbs and used heavy cream instead of milk since I'm on a keto diet. This dish tasted wonderful. Will definitely make this again.