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Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole

Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole recipe
photo by:kraft
If you love chicken cordon bleu, you're going to love our easy casserole version. Bring it to your next potluck and be ready to accept compliments.
15 min
55 min
6 servings
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I didn't read the reviews first and didn't cook the chicken first so it took an hour at 400 degrees for this meal to be ready. The stuffing was still fine.
It was delicious, but I wish I had read the reviews before I made it. YOU MUST PRECOOK THE CHICKEN! (or expect to cook it twice as long, and the suffing gets a little too crunchy..) I plan to make it again, but precook the chicken. I love chicken cordon blue, so I was a fan. Quick and easy.
***COOK THE CHICKEN FIRST*** I just made this recipe and we started eating it and realized the chicken wasn't cooked. It was surprisingly fairly pink for baking it at 375 for 40 minutes. I used a square 2qt casserole dish. We will have to microwave it or put it in the oven for longer. Beware of following this recipe and cooking the chicken in the casserole - the soup and cheese coat the chicken so you really can't tell if it's done that easily. The taste was good though. My husband isn't a big chicken eater and he really liked it.
I made this recipe tonite and it was good but I think I will tweak it next time and use assorted vegetables instead of just broccoli and shredded swiss cheese.
Not a bad recipe! I didn't use stuffing, but instead coated the chicken with bread crumbs & it came out delicious. The chicken was oh so tender & perfect (I chopped up tenders instead of breasts). The cheese topped it off. It was devoured by all.
This recipe was good. I did not cook the chicken ahead of time and after 40 minutes the chicken was still very undercooked (I used a square casserole dish). We then microwaved it for many minutes to cook the chicken. Once cooked, everyone loved it, it has great exture and flavor. I would brown the chicken ahead of time before assembling the dish and perhaps bake for less. Great recipe, I would recommend.
I tried a similar recipe on the back of the Stove Top box and did not cook the chicken prior to adding it to the casserole. (Or Hotdish as we say in the Midwest...) The chicken turned out nice and tender. So I'd say no, there is no need to grill or cook the chicken before hand. The baking time should take care of it.
I have the same issue as the last reviewer. Do you cook the chicken prior to putting it in the casserole??? Most of Kraft's recipes say to do so and this one doesn't say anything. I'm not going to be happy if the chicken isn't cooked thoroughly in the casserole.
Loved. This will now go into the dinner choice rotation:) I chopped the broccoli to help my husband eat the greens that he typically doesn't eat. A lot of the flavor comes from the seasoning in the stuffing mix. I'll season the chicken with Italian or Greek Seasoning next time. PS. To cut the cook time I used my Pampered Chef Deep Covered Baker and cooked this in the microwave for about 12 min and then threw it in the oven for about 15 min to make the stuffing crunchy on top.
Our family loved this recipe! We did use Italian marinade chicken, and the kids didn't like all the broccoli (the adults did). We will definitely make this again. Keeper!
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