Saturday, July 17, 2010

Chicken Cordon Bleu Burger

I have seen lately a few "themed" burgers from different regions and it has made me want to try different flavors and regional styles of sandwiches/burgers. So the first one I thought of was chicken cordon bleu. It turned out really yummy and everybody loved it and said that this recipe should be a keeper. Let me know what you think! The recipe I used fed 6 with approx 1/3 lb burgers.

Chicken Cordon Bleu Burger

2 lbs ground chicken
1 egg
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp pepper
2 tsp Herbes de Provence (or any French blend will do)
ham (I used Canadian bacon)
Swiss cheese
honey Dijon
buns/bread/baguette to serve

Mix the first 5 ingredients, form into 6 patties and cook until well done. Since there is virtually no fat in the ground chicken cook slow and longer as opposed to higher heat as they will burn. Once burgers are almost done put the ham under the patties to brown and heat. When ham is ready flip burger/ham over and put cheese on top. Turn off the stove and cover until the cheese melts. Top with honey Dijon and serve on your bread of choice.

* I know my pictures are not the most appetizing but I only have an 8 mp point and shoot AND I am no photographer, just a mom who can cook pretty well and wants to share with you, so please forgive the less than appetizing photo! lol


  1. Yumm!! I'm totally trying this! And I'm following you now! Thanks for the suggestion on the rag rug, that sounds like a cute idea!

  2. Good idea, I'll have to try these. I often grill chicken burgers and the family isn't thrilled, but I bet if I dressed them up like you did, they'd like them much more!

  3. Oh that burger looks yummy! I wrote this one down. I also have a point and shoot camera. So thats all I do too, is point, shoot and then eat! Haha.

    Thank you for visiting and following my blog.

    Smile bunches!

  4. And here I was wondering what I wanted for lunch. Hmmm...I think I'm going to have to rethink that salad after seeing this. :-)

  5. well, if anyone tries it let me know how it turns out :)

  6. Holy Moly that looks good! Thanks for stopping by...we are following you now...!!!

    Cara & Jenn

  7. ok this one makes up for the cream corn the other day. Not only does it look good it sounds fantastic. The only problem for me is I have no idea what 2 tsp Herbes de Provence (or any French blend will do) is.

  8. It is a french herb mixture, Ann. It says exactly that on the bottle and you can find it with the spices.

  9. That looks and sounds fabulous!!!

  10. hmm, sounds delish! will have to pass this on to the hubs. :)


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