This was a BIG hit with my family! I made it for a OAMC cooking session, so instead of shaping it into one long roll I made it into three smaller ones. Wrapped and froze them, then defrosted them before baking for dinner. Delicious! The combination of flavors really does taste like Cordon Bleu and pleased even our youngest child. I loved how simple this was to make. It's now a regular feature on my OAMC sessions. Thanks, *Pamela*!
I am not much of a cook, but this was still very easy to make (and kinda fun, too!). I only used 1lb of the ground chicken because I got it on sale prepackaged, but still used the full amount of ham and swiss. However, my husband said he would've liked even more cheese or something to give it a slightly stronger flavor. Will definitely make again, next time with a bit more cheese.
This really was easy to make and was actually fun to do. :) Taste was great especially for sandwiches
Loved this recipe! I found it QUITE easy to make - much easier than pounding breasts flat and all of that accompanying mess of true Bleu. After baking, I cut into individual slices and wrapped as such to freeze. We can use them for individual microwave meals - great for working high school students.
My family loved this! I made it but I failed at getting it to "roll" so I put it in a baking dish instead- still wonderful. I'm going to make this a regular in our OAMC rotations.
This was okay and I would make it again. However, it was not any easier than making real chicken bleu and made a mess. Thanks for sharing.
What a wonderful recipe. I made it just as written and it turned out perfectly! I used turken in stead of chicken, and cooked it in parchment paper. No mess to clean up and it browned nicely without drying out. thanks for a new favorite Pamela!
YUM!!!! I used ground turkey instead of chicken, only 1/2 an onion and omitted the bouillon powder. I shredded the cheese and I wish I had diced the ham b/c that would have made it easier to eat. Next time. I think I had less than 1.5 pounds of meat, because mine was very moist and fell apart a little bit. (Nevermind me dropping the whole thing on the floor! OOPS! Pan side down, thankfully!!!) DH LOVED this, so this will go into my rotation. :) He took the leftovers to work with him for lunch... Sort of a meatloaf sandwich. The baby even had a few little bites and kept asking for more. A definite keeper! Thanks for sharing! :)
This was so good and what a wow recipe! I was unable to find ground chicken, so I used turkey. Thought the recipe called for 1 lb instead of 1 1/2, so I made what I had work thankfully :) . Threw everything together, and flash froze it unwrapped, and then wrapped it. Defrosted today and baked tonight. Only problem I had was the cheese escaping, but other than that it was great. Thanks for sharing such a great oamc recipe Pamela!
This was delish! I followed the recipe except that I cut my roll in half and froze the halves separately. Quite a bit of the cheese seaped out of the roll while it was cooking, but no doubt this was due to my cutting it in half and not sealing the edges well. I plan on cooking the second half in a loaf pan rather than on a cookie sheet to see if that helps. On a side note, nonrating related, I made the mistake of commenting that with the cheese oozing out it looked rather like zombie brains and then my husband was reluctant to try it LoL. But after tasting he agreed that it was quite tasty.