This was really good. I pretty much followed recipe to a tee and made this a one pot recipe. I was able to brown my chicken in my skillet and then add cheese, ham, and soup mixture to skillet and then bake in oven for the required time. I served it over egg noodles. Yummy. I did have to use cream of celery soup because I didn't have cream of chicken but it was still great.
Very tasty! I added a bit of white wine in place of some of the liquid, used some left over smoked ham-- all which added a nice flavor to the meal. A very nice casserole.
Very happy with this recipe. Chicken Cordon Bleu is one of my all time favorites and this mimics it perfectly
I loved this!!!!!! It was so delicious!!!!
Miss Annie, you have gone and done it again! My goodness, this was wonderful. Lots of flavor. And very easy to make.I made it with no changes. Dh wants it again....soon! Thanks for one we will use a lot!
Really good! Fed 5 people nicely!
AWESOME RECIPE! This was so easy and had all of the flavors! We used smoked Gouda because I didn't have swiss (it was a little strong-I'd stick with the swiss!) and we put french fried onions to the top. hehehe Thanks for a great recipe! Emily
My favorite meal is Cordon Bleu but I rarely make it due to the work that goes into it. This was ssssssoooo easy and sooooooooo good! I skipped the part of cooking it in the skillet and made it a one pan meal. I just cooked it in the oven for an extra 10 minutes. Thank you so much for posting it!
Wouldn't change a thing. My family and I loved it and I don't really see how this could get LESS than 5 stars! Be sure to really brown the chicken so the breading sticks well and doesn't get too soggy for leftovers. Tastes just like any good chicken cordon bleu I've ever had but A LOT quicker and easier to make, when you've got wild preschoolers anxious to eat the quicker the better! Definitely adding this into my regular go to weeknight recipes :)
Great casserole & got a thumbs up from everyone! Will be making this again - maybe even for brunch! Thanks.