Chicken Cordon Bleu Stromboli
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
This recipe is great way to use leftover chicken. I doubled the recipe and made my own crust
My kids even ate this, wow! I made my own dough using a little quick yeast roll recipe. Saved it in my recipe box to make again someday.
I love all of this! Wan to be a taste tester!!
Made this for dinner tonight, was great, loved the flavor of the cut with the chicken and ham. Recipe could be very versatile, with pepperoni, mozzarella, and italian sausage, or corned beef, sauerkraut, and Swiss cheese. Definitely a keeper.
This is so easy to make and tastes delicious. The only change I made was to use Canadian bacon instead of ham because I had some in the refrigerator. I served it with a jarred white garlic pizza sauce I simply heated up. To round out the meal I made a fresh tomato and arugula salad. I shared this recipe with both my daughters. It's a keeper.
My family loves chicken cordon bleu and stromboli. This is a perfect combination of the two. I increased the amount of ham to 8 slices and served with alfredo sauce as mentioned. All in all..... it is a quick, easy and delicious meal!
wow! we loved this! had company for the weekend served these wouldnt change a thing! deb P VFE
My 4-star review is "It was surprisingly quick and easy, and turned out a very professional-looking, tasty entree. I recommend choosing a flavorful ham and a mild swiss cheese. The dough was fully cooked, but only just -- if the chicken you use is very moist, I'd recommend just wrapping the dough around the filling, rather than jelly-roll style with dough in the middle. Volunteer Field Editor"
We had this delicious stromboli tonight. The only changes I made was to use Provolone cheese which I had on hand and used an egg wash and sesame seeds over the top before baking. It was absolutely delicious and we cleaned our plates. I highly recommend this recipe. Volunteer Field Editor
This is really good. I make stromboli differently but tried this one and it is a keeper too!