Simple Chicken Cordon Bleu Pasta

Chicken Cordon Bleu is one of our favorite meals, but it is a little time consuming and I’m not a huge fan of dealing with raw chicken.  I threw this together and we LOVED it! We both ate tons and still had plenty of leftovers! Sounds good to me!  I also made our Easy Homemade Rolls  recipe the day before, so it was one quick meal!

Serves: 6

Simple Chicken Cordon Bleu Pasta

Only 4 ingredients to this simple Chicken Cordon Bleu Pasta. It makes a great weeknight meal!

10 minPrep Time

15 minCook Time

25 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 1 25-oz package crispy chicken strips (or any other chicken you have on hand)
  • 1 12-oz package penne pasta (or other pasta of your choice)
  • 1 15-oz bottle alfredo sauce with garlic (or your favorite alfredo sauce)
  • 1 7.5-oz package Oscar Meyer Carving Board Ham (or your favorite ham)
  • Parmesan Cheese (optional)

Instructions

  1. Cook chicken strips according to directions on package.
  2. While the chicken is cooking, boil pasta as directed.
  3. Cut up ham into bite-size pieces.
  4. After chicken is done cooking, cut up into bite-size pieces and combine in a large mixing bowl with pasta, sauce and ham.  Sprinkle fresh parmesan cheese on top, if desired.
Cuisine: American | Recipe Type: Main Dish
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23 Responses to “Simple Chicken Cordon Bleu Pasta”

  1. Four ingredients, now that's my kind of recipe! Trying to feed such picky eaters I usually dread dinner time, but this looks super easy to make and extremely palatable. (Okay, honestly, I'm salivating). Anyway, thanks so much for dropping by earlier. I adore having visitors! Already a follower-have a great night! P.S. There were three of us girls in my family (no boys :P)-diggin' your blog!
  2. This looks delicious. Thanks so much for the sweet comment on our blog and thanks for following! I've been following your blog for a little bit already, as I really like it! I'm one of FOUR sisters, not SIX - wow, six sisters, that's AMAZING! :-) I've recently joined pinterest.com, which is really amazing and pinned a couple of your recipes on there that I want to try, as they look absolutely delicious! If you'd like to see what pinterest is all about, let me know and I'll send you an invite! See you soon, Sylvia :-)

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  3. Catherine
    I am making this tonight with leftover baked chicken legs (skinned and boned) with leftover New Years Ham and added a can of peas to pot. Mixed approx a tablespoon of spicy mustard and fresh cracked black pepper to sauce before I mixed it in for a one pot meal!
  4. Marta
    Hi, I have been following your blog for a bit and came across this recipe... I just had to try it, with the exception of the breaded Chicken, I use what I had on hand, those Perdue Brand chicken carvers, ready cooked... We LOVED it!! This is saved in my Recipe files... and I too added Peas towards the end... Oh and I have made it more than a couple of times... Tweaking it a bit... by doubling it and adding some shredded mozzarella cheese on top... OMG it was so good, there were NO leftovers!! It was so cheesy and so Delish, everyone had seconds... LOL. Thanks So Much for sharing and am looking forward to more of your recipes!! Keep them coming!!
  5. Christine Titus
    This dish is really a no fuss no muss recipe, but don't let that fool you, because this dish is also really delicious! I love recipes like this, that take convenience and turn it into something fancy shmancy tasting. Especially when you're dog tired and the last thing you want to do is fix dinner. I served this with a nice crisp tossed salad for one heck of an easy meal. Family approved!

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