Cooking Chicken Cordon Bleu by Tina
Have you ever had Chicken Cordon Bleu? Well, this is the favorite of both my son and my husband. This is why I have mastered cooking Chicken Cordon Bleu through the years.
This is quite easy to make. I am sure that you will definitely enjoy making this. Of course the look of pure happiness on the faces of your family will surely make the experience all the better.
So this are the steps that you have to follow in making Chicken Cordon Bleu:
- Get the largest chicken breasts that you can find in the supermarket, preferably deboned. Pound these breasts into at least a quarter of an inch thick.
- Season the chicken breasts with salt and pepper. Then on one side, put cheese and ham. Roll it up and make sure that the stuffing is secure by placing a toothpick. Dunk each of the chicken breasts in a baking dish and roll in bread crumbs.
- Make sure to bake each chicken breast for 30-35 minutes until the inside is cooked and the cheese has melted. Make sure to serve immediately.
Making a Beautiful Christmas Centerpiece by Sarah
A beautiful Christmas centerpiece can be an important conversation topic. With just a little creativity and a lot of help from extra paper and stuff lying around the house, you can create your own. Here’s how I did mine:
- I asked my son to gather some twigs from the yard which fell from a couple of trees.
- I tied the trees in some strings. You can use raffia or some plastic straws. The important thing to remember is to just see what’s inside your house as there is bound to be some piece of string lying around.
- Get some recycled paper or scrap paper and fashion them into little flowers or roses and just glue them around the twigs.
- Put the twigs with the paper flowers in a mason jar or bottle. Voila, you now have a cute centerpiece.