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Baked Chicken Cordon Bleu

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Here’s a fun idea for dinner (or if you’re stuck on what to make for Valentine’s Day perhaps?) It’s fairly simple to make, it’s baked, and you can substitute the cheese and prosciutto to your liking. Happy Valentine’s Day, hope you have a nice and relaxing one today ❤❤❤

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Linda @thedutchbaker
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Yumm!! this looks and sounds amazing! I love cordon bleu so I’m very interesting in trying this baked version! thanks for sharing 🙂

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I recently printed out this same recipe from Tyler Florence and loved the idea of using prosciutto and gruyere. I’ve been making it a long time (not very often) and I always used regular ham and swiss cheese. I think this came through an email from Food Network. Now you have made it and I know it has to be good – thanks Ralu!

Tasty Eats Ronit Penso
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Such a beautiful and tasty dish! Love the idea of baking instead of frying. 🙂

Cathryn
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Looks amazing.

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