Chicken Cordon Bleu Bake
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 40 min.
Makes2 casseroles (6 servings each)
Honestly, it didn't taste like chicken cordon bleu to me at all. Nearly all the flavor comes from the stuffing and the cheddar cheese so it mostly tastes like stuffing at Thanksgiving. It wasn't bad but it wasn't cordon bleu and it certainly wasn't easier to make like I was hoping. If I bother with this again, I'll use more ham and swiss and cut back on the cheddar or leave it out. Maybe I can find or make some blander stuffing so it doesn't overwhelm the dish as much too.
My family love this recipe! Only substitutions I made were I used a can of cream of celery instead of cream of chicken and used gruye're cheese instead of swiiss. So delicious!
Everyone liked it and ate it. Can't ask for much more than that!
My family really enjoyed the dish. There only remark was to substitute more swiss cheese for the cheddar.
easy and tasty I just made 1 pan used 1/2 of everything except whole can of soup
Beyond fabulous! This was easy, hearty, delicious! My husband raved about it!
This is very good comfort food. Good as written but a bit better, to our tastes, with whole can of soup mixture per pan. moist and delicious. Family liked
We love stuffing. Love this so much with stuffing. Didnt know what to make with chicken. Thank you a million. You made our day
I use chicken thighs vs breast when available. More flavor and moist.
Very good , simple recipe, can be made on a budget. Stuffing, isn't a lot of people's favorite . We probably all disliked it as a kid. Dont dismiss it though as a great ingreadent in many recipes. Grow up give it chance. (Or dont comment) did not have 2% milk. I added a spoon full of mayo to 1% fat free milk. Turned out great. One pan will work. Spread soup mixture evenly. Do not layer ingredients thicker in the big often times deeper dish. ( or will be dry)