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Say goodbye to classic chicken cordon blue and hello to the new-and-improved casserole.
I remember the first time I had chicken cordon blue. It was at my grandparents’ house. Grandma made a delicious meal of tender chicken topped with slices of juicy ham and a delicious cheese sauce. It was so good! Of course, it seemed like grams was in the kitchen all day preparing this yummy meal. As a mom of nine kids, I just don’t have the time to do that every day.
Yep, I said nine kids. Pick your jaw up off the floor lol! Anyway, this chicken cordon blue casserole is a real lifesaver. It’s easy to make and when doubled, feeds a crowd.
Are you curious as to how to make this yummy recipe? If so, and I know you are, flip on over to the next page for the ingredients and instructions. Enjoy!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Making Memories With Your Kids.
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Quick Tip: You can use leftover turkey in this casserole if you prefer. Turkey cordon blue 🙂