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Blue cord

Blue cord

We wash the chicken breast, wipe it with a kitchen brush and we will cut it into slices as for the slices, we will wrap each slice in food foil and beat them with the meat hammer.

Mix salt, pepper, basil, thyme and paprika and season the meat.

Cover with cling film and refrigerate for about 15 minutes.

On each slice we add a slice of ham and a slice of cheese, (which we will place only at one end) we roll as tightly as possible.

We put flour, breadcrumbs on plates, beat eggs with salt and pepper.

We pass the rolls obtained through flour, beaten egg and breadcrumbs.

Fry the rolls in hot oil on both sides until nicely browned.


Hashbrown Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole Is Locked And Loaded With Blissful Flavor

Check out what my pal from Making Memories With Your Kids had to say about this wonderful recipe:

I think it was right after Easter when I saw this recipe over on Tiffanee’s blog, One Crazy Cookie. It looked so good I immediately bookmarked. Oh my! Was it ever. The combination of flavors was incredible and I’ve made it a couple of times since then!) It was super easy (which I love) and it tastes fantastic. Two things I love = o) And I made one casserole and then froze individual servings in plastic containers so I could take them to work for lunch. Perfect!

My husband said that this was one of his favorite ways to eat chicken cordon bleu. I’m guessing that means I’ll be adding it to the monthly meal rotation!

* 16 oz. bag of frozen OreIda hash browns
* 3 - 4 chicken breasts cooked and cubed
* 1/2 pound ham, cubed
* 8 oz. Philadelphia cream cheese
* 1 can Campbell’s cream of chicken soup
* 2 cups shredded Swiss cheese
* 1/4 tsp. pepper
* 1/4 cup milk

Place hash browns in the bottom of a 9 × 13 casserole dish.

Then layer the chicken and ham over the top.

Sprinkle with 1 cup Swiss cheese.

Combine the soup, cream cheese (slightly warm so it’s easier to stir), milk and pepper. Spread the creamy mixture over the cheese layer.

(Sorry, I lost that picture) = o (

Sprinkle the rest of the Swiss cheese over the top. (You can freeze it at this point if you would like to.) Or bake at 350 degrees, covered, for 50 minutes. Remove cover and bake for 10 more minutes until bubbly.


Chicken Cordon Bleu Lasagna Rolls

Before I created these chicken cordon bleu lasagna rolls, I had only eaten the traditional version which is flattened or butterflied chicken breast rolled with inner layers of meat and cheese. The traditional dish is either fried or baked with a sauce.

Chicken Cordon Bleu Lasagna Rolls: Recipe Highlights

The recipe list looks long, but most of the ingredients are spices and used several times to layer the flavors. It’s rolled lasagna noodles with Swiss cheese, ham, and ground chicken inside, topped with a spicy Cajun sauce and seasoned bread crumbs. Sounds simple, because it is.

Noodles

I like to get the noodles out of the way since I hate waiting for water to boil, so I start that process at the same time as browning the ground chicken. I like to salt my water for noodles and add a bit of olive oil as well. Browning ground chicken is straightforward: add seasoning, break it up, cook it. Set it aside.

Know Your Roll

Once the noodles are done, allow them to cool and spray them with oil if they’re sticky. Clear all the clutter off your counter, you need space. Make an assembly line of lasagna noodles topped with cheese, ham, and ground chicken (the wee chicken pieces might want to roll out & # 8230simply put them in their place & # 8230 Know your ground chicken roll).

Roll them up and place them in a large pan. I used my 13 & # 2159 glass dish.

Or what

Making the sauce is just like making gravy or roux if you’ve done that before. Melt butter, add a bit of flour, whisk in chicken broth & seasoning. Make sure to whisk, whisk, whisk. There are a few crucial seconds there when making gravy that you can’t slack off. Once you have it incorporated, you’re good. Season it, boil it (for about 2 minutes), and take it off the heat.

Drizzle the chicken cordon bleu lasagna sauce on the rolls in the pan and start on your breading.

Breading

The breading is the easiest part, combine the ingredients and sprinkle it on top. Done. Bake it uncovered in a preheated oven at 350 degrees for about 10-15 minutes and enjoy. If you made this beforehand and refrigerated it, tack on a couple extra minutes in the oven (30 total).


Cordon Bleu

& # 8211 Hello, what have you prepared for today?
Cordon bleu is one of the most popular French recipes, but also one of the most
reinterpreted. Originally, the meat used was veal, but I like it better
the chicken version. It is a roll in which the ham flavors the inside and the cheese melts,
thus creating a unique, unmistakable taste. Let's do it together.

I chose 2 larger pieces of chicken breast, cut them in half and beat them with
hammer the schnitzels until they become thin. Do not rush to this operation, do not hit hard
because you risk breaking the meat and not being able to roll it. Better slow, but sure.

I cut the Emmentaler and the ham to about the same size as the chicken pieces.
Then I placed the Emmentaler on the chicken and put the ham on top. I rolled them tight
until I got a roll.

I seasoned the rolls with salt and pepper, and in 3 bowls I put the flour, the eggs & # 8211 that I beat well & # 8211 and the breadcrumbs. I successively passed the rolls through flour, egg and breadcrumbs and fried them in vegetable oil over medium heat.

That's all! Try making this recipe with your kids too because and children can cook!

Tips:
* If the chicken, cheese and ham are not rolled because they are either too stiff or too
short, stick a toothpick in each roll to keep it compact. You can try
fasten them with cooking rope.
* You don't have to use Emmentaler and ham, you can use what you have around the house:
any kind of cheese, ham, etc. Just keep in mind that the taste depends a lot on the quality
ingredients.


Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole

This Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole will knock your socks off. It is so much easier than a traditional rolled and breaded cordon bleu and has even more flavor. With chicken, ham, and swiss in a creamy dijon sauce, you won't miss the breading one bit. Since you aren't coating or stuffing the chicken it is quick and easy. This is pure comfort food and an easy main course dinner. This easy recipe is low carb, keto, gluten free, grain free, sugar free, and Trim Healthy Mama friendly.

I love chicken cordon bleu. But it's always breaded.

This has been on my to-do list since my husband and I went to a fundraiser back in May. They had the best chicken cordon bleu ever. I knew I could make the same flavors into a killer casserole.

My casserole version was a hit with my family. I wasn't sure if the kids would like the swiss cheese (honestly, I'm not a huge swiss cheese fan) but it worked so well with this flavor combination there were no complaints.


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Recipe: The Absolute BEST Chicken Cordon Bleu Ever!

I love cooking with my son. And when he took a Culinary Arts class in school this winter, he started coming home with recipes for us to cook together. Now how great is that ?! I absolutely love it! Even some of his friends have gotten in on the fun and started cooking with us!

This recipe for Chicken Cordon Bleu is an adaptation of one shared in the culinary arts classes at my son & # 8217s school. If you've ever made Chicken Cordon Bleu before, it can be a little fussy (I & # 8217m just being honest) but still easy enough to make with your kids. So if you have a little extra time and want to make a special, family meal, this is a wonderful dish to serve and it doesn't take hours to prepare. And what I really like about it is that you can make it in advance so if you & # 8217re entertaining & mdashvoil & agrave! All you have to do is cook up the chicken when your guests arrive.

So if you & # 8217re up for cooking something special, give this wonderful recipe a try. I promise, your family (and guests) will be asking for it again and again!


BLUE PIG CORD

For lunch or dinner, when we want something quick to prepare, a blue pork cordon can be the perfect solution. It also works in summer when we don't want to keep the stove on for a long time, but we want something consistent food, because I assure you that the meal is ready in 30 minutes with the garnish.

Cordon Bleu they are thin meat rolls, prepared in breadcrumbs, with ham and cheese filling, which conquer through the taste, appearance, speed and ease with which they are made.

It can also be made from chicken meat, from veal, but our family loves the pork version more. Maybe because we can't always stock up on healthy chickens, and the commercial chicken breast is said to be full of hormones. Keeping the theme of a delicious filling, I would like to suggest you try the recipe pui kiev .

In any of the three variants we are dealing with a crispy crust under which there is tender meat.

In this case we have in the middle of the piece of cheese cheese that melts during cooking and flows when the piece of blue cord is cut.

It is important that it does not run during the frying process.

In essence we have a stuffed schnitzel. We pass it through flour, egg and breadcrumbs, squeezing the ends of the roll well, thus preventing the cheese from leaking.

If you want to prepare the original Viennese schnitzel recipe (wiener schnitzel) I invite you to access this link.

As a side dish I chose peas, but of course it can be eaten with mashed potatoes or other sauteed vegetables.

If you want to see how to make blue pork cordon I invite you to see what you need, then to follow the preparation steps presented step by step.

INGREDIENT:

4 pieces of pork schnitzel
4 large slices of ham
4 cheese cubes - as thick as a finger
3 eggs
100 g flour
250 g breadcrumbs
1 teaspoon paprika
salt
pepper
frying oil

Beat the schnitzel and season with salt and pepper. Arrange the slices of ham and a piece of cheese on each piece of meat.

Roll the pieces of meat, pass them through flour, beaten eggs and then through breadcrumbs mixed with a tablespoon of paprika.
Heat the oil in a deeper pan. When it starts to sizzle, fry the pieces of blue cord, taking care to brown them evenly.


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You're not in the hospital and yet the umbilical cord came out through the cervix? Here are the steps you need to follow.

1. Call the ambulance immediately
2. Bring your knees to your chest, lying on the floor, so that you sit with your bottom above your shoulders, to remove the weight placed by the child on the cervix. Stay in this position until the ambulance arrives.
3. If the umbilical cord comes out of the vagina, gently push it back. This keeps it warm and moist, which prevents changes in the blood vessels.
4. It is not advisable for someone else to intervene to free the baby's head from the cervix, unless it is a qualified person who knows how to give first aid in this situation.

The effects of umbilical cord prolapse

Depending on the pressure on the cord and the amount of time it has been compressed, the effects can be very varied.

When the umbilical cord is only partially compressed, it is likely that the baby will be born without any problems.
Total compressions prevent blood from circulating and oxygen from reaching the baby, in which case it can lead to severe brain damage or even death.


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