Our Cordon Bleu, a delightful dish waiting to be made in the cozy confines of your own kitchen. With this recipe, we're keeping things simple, natural, and delicious. It's all about the joy of home cooking, using easy-to-find ingredients and straightforward steps. Cordon Bleu or Schnitzel Cordon Bleu is meat-filled with ham and cheese, then coated with breadcrumbs and fried. In French terms, cordon bleu can be interpreted as a blue ribbon. Blue ribbon or blue sash is usually worn by members of the highest knights. The term is also applied to food that is prepared with a high standard. Cordon Bleu is different from Chicken Kiev. Chicken Kiev is a dish consisting of fillet chicken that is pounded flat, filled with cold butter, coated with egg and breadcrumbs, then fried or grilled. The main difference is in the filling. Chicken kiev is stuffed with cold butter, while Cordon Bleu is stuffed with ham and cheese. Apart from that, the method of making these two dishes is very similar. Cordon Bleu is made from pounded chicken and stuffed with a slice of ham and cheese, coated in breadcrumbs, and then fried or grilled. The meats that can be used to make cordon bleu are chicken, beef, and pork. For chicken, usually use chicken breast, and for the filling, it can be ham, cheese, or other meat. For cheese, you can use either cheddar or mozzarella cheese. For more detail, you can see the Cordon Bleu recipe below.
Slit the tip of the chicken breast a little like in the photo.
Coat the chicken with oregano, salt, and pepper.
Fold the cheese slices in half, then wrap them in the ham as in the photo.
Add the ham and cheese slices inside the chicken breast.
Dip the chicken in the beaten egg, then coat with flour.
Then dip it in the beaten egg again, then put it in the breadcrumbs.
Fry the chicken cordon bleu until golden brown, then immediately serve with french fries and broccoli.
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