One-pan casserole starts with raw chicken and ends with a mouthwatering meal

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Chicken cordon bleu is a delightfully delicious dish. Whipping up a good cordon bleu can be time-consuming - but it doesn't have to be, as shown by the recipe below. This recipe saves time and more than one headache because it doesn't involve making chicken, ham and cheese rolls that you have to bread and then fry.
What happens? Well, it all happens in one pan --- a casserole that layers all the ingredients, giving you all the flavor of a traditional chicken cordon bleu without any of the hassles. Keep reading for the full recipe below. 
Cooktop Cove
Chicken cordon blue casserole
20 minutes
1 hour
1 hour 20 minutes
2 pounds chicken breast boneless, skinless cut into 2" strips
12-15 slices ham
12-15 slices swiss
1 cup cream
½ cup white wine
1 tablspoon dijon mustard
⅓ cup flour
1 teaspoon paprika
½ teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper
1½ cup panko or plain bread crumbs
Preheat oven to 375°F.
Lay 1-2 pieces of ham down on a plate, depending on size of ham. Put 1-2 pieces of swiss on top, depending on cheese size. Place a strip of chicken on top. Then roll. Repeat with remaining ham, swiss and chicken. Arrange rolls in a baking dish.
In a bowl, whisk together flour and wine until smooth with no lumps. Add in cream, mustard, paprika, salt and pepper. Then mix well.
Pour evenly over chicken. Top with bread crumbs.
Cook in oven for 1 hour or until chicken is fully cooked.
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Casseroles are the unsung hero of my dinner table. They're quick and easy to make, and the clean-up is always minimal.
May 21   ·  
Simple and easy.
May 21   ·  
If you ever feel overwhelmed about putting dinner on the table, turn to tater tot casserole. Just a few ingredients added to tater tots create an incredible dish.
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