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. More »

Because Chicken Cordon Bleu is such a flavorful dish on its own, it pairs well with mild side dishes, such as rice and mixed vegetables, that do not get in the way of the fried chicken dish's flavors. Chicken Cordon Bleu... More »

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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. More »

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Because Chicken Cordon Bleu is such a flavorful dish on its own, it pairs well with mild side dishes, such as rice and mixed vegetables, that do not get in the way of the fried chicken dish's flavors. Chicken Cordon Bleu... More »

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Side dishes that work well with Chicken Cordon Bleu include salads, potatoes, asparagus, green beans or pasta. The heaviness of this meat dish is best balanced by a light and zesty vegetable dish. More »

The chicken cordon bleu recipe from the Food Network Kitchen is a good version of the dish. Chicken breasts are wrapped around smoked ham and cheese and coated with a bread crumb crust, then baked for 40 to 45 minutes. More »

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Veal, pork chops or pork tenderloin, ground beef, filet mignon, and sirloin or cube steak are meats that go well with cordon bleu sauce. The primary meat is typically accompanied by some type of ham and cheese. More »

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