Stuffed Chicken Breasts (Cordon Bleu)

Total Time
35mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 25 mins

This versatile recipe will work with any filling, just make about 1 1/2 cups of it (3 tbsp per breast). Also, if you don't have a meat mallet you can use a heavy glass bottle (just don't miss!).

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 400°F.
  2. Place a chicken breast between two pieces of plastic wrap and pound flat and thin without breaking through the meat (Ideally this would make a 1/8 inch thick rectangle).
  3. Remove plastic wrap, season with salt and pepper, repeat with remaining breasts.
  4. Mix diced ham and shredded cheese together in a bowl, spoon 2-3 tbsp of mixture onto each flattened breast.
  5. Fold in the bottom and sides and roll up (this is often difficult to do depending on how the breast flattens out, so I just fold them over and stick lots of tooth picks in them to keep them closed).
  6. Combine bread crumbs and parmesan cheese, brush each roll with olive oil and roll in crumb mixture to coat.
  7. Place rolls, seam side down, in a shallow baking dish and bake uncovered for 25 minutes (or until chicken is thoroughly cooked).
  8. Remove toothpicks before serving!

Reviews

(7)
Most Helpful

Just made these tonight. I didn't chop up the ham, just used one full slice along with one full slice of swiss cheese for each chicken breast, rolled 'em, breaded 'em and baked.
These were so good. The cheese was oozing out and the ham gave them such a nice flavour.
Everyone loved them!

Reggie's Mom July 29, 2012

Great recipe. This was my first time pounding the chicken breasts flat and it took some practice to get right, but turned out great. I made this four our euchre club dinner and everyone love it.

autoguy9171 February 02, 2015

Excellant !! I only had to make one change. I thought I had olive oil but didn't so I brushed the chicken with mayo then continued. Either way this is a easy and scrumptious recipe!

Shirl (J) 831 June 14, 2006

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