One of the applauded dishes I’ve cooked at home is Chicken Cordon Bleu. According to my husband, the dish reminds him of our Biggs (local food chain in Bicol) dates in Naga. Okay, I admit, my version is not at par with Biggs Cordon Bleu. But, my version is also yummers. It’s just that Biggs Cordon Bleu is soooooo good. They also use pork while I use chicken. (I tried to use pork but for some reasons, I can’t achieve the tender and juicy pork cordon bleu.)
Chicken Cordon Bleu is soooo easy to prepare. Promise. The level of difficulty in pronouncing the dish is inversely proportional to the level of difficulty in whipping it up. It may sound foreign and complicated but actually the recipe is so simple. It’s budget friendly too.
Chicken Breast Fillet
Sweet Ham, cut into two
Cheddar Cheese (I used Eden Cheese)
2 tbs milk (I used evap)
1. Cut and pound the breast fillet.
2. Brush each fillet with butter and sprinkle it with salt, pepper and thyme.
3. Top each with ham and cheese then roll it.
4. Dip each roll in flour, egg and milk mixture, and bread crumbs.
5. Fry in oil.
6. Remove and enjoy!