Brown, white or blended rice is an ideal side dish for chicken Cordon Bleu. In general, side dishes that are mild in flavor pair well with this recipe.Continue Reading
Steamed vegetables, including asparagus, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower and green beans, go well with Chicken Cordon Bleu. Spinach salad also compliments this dish.
Chicken Cordon Bleu is made using ham and Swiss cheese. Other varieties of cheese may be used, but hard cheese works best in this recipe. Prosciutto and bacon are also used in variations of Cordon Bleu.
Cordon Bleu is sliced into pinwheel shaped servings and is often lightly breaded. This dish is French and Swiss in its origin.Learn more about Cooking
Cordon bleu sauce's ingredients vary by recipe, but the sauce commonly contains similar ingredients to Hollandaise sauce. Hollandaise contains egg yolks, salt, white pepper, paprika, lemon juice, hot sauce and butter, although there are variations on the recipe by chef. The cordon bleu sauce is typically creamy, and may instead contain olive oil, dry vermouth, white wine, flour and heavy cream or whole milk.Full Answer >
Food Network's Tyler Florence provides a recipe for making chicken cordon bleu. To begin, preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Lay 4 boneless and skinless chicken breasts between 2 pieces of plastic wrap.Full Answer >
One easy-to-make side dish for chicken is called "the ultimate side dish." The recipe calls for things like green beans, sliced potatoes and cream of celery soup, and is ready in under an hour.Full Answer >
Although this can vary by personal taste, a typical side dish to serve with chicken Parmesan is pasta with marinara sauce. Spaghetti noodles are the most commonly used pasta, but penne or angel hair pasta are popular as well.Full Answer >