How to make it

  • Cook chicken and dice into large chunks. (Or debone roast chicken)
  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Boil water and cook egg noodles as directed leaving them a little al dente.
  • Drain noodles well.
  • Make roux by melting butter over medium heat. When melted, add flour and mix, stirring constantly until bubbly and light brown. Add half and half, milk, salt and pepper. Continue to stir on medium to med-low heat frequently until mixture thickens.
  • Remove from heat. Add shredded cheese, wine, ham, and Chicken. Mix well.
  • In large bowl, mix cooked noodles, ham/chicken/cheese mixture and stir till well mixed.
  • Pour into well greased 9x13 casserole dish.
  • Using food processor pulse croutons and parmesan cheese till finely ground. Mix in melted butter.
  • Top casserole with crouton topping
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes or until hit and bubbly, lightly browned on top.

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    " It was excellent "
    NadineM ate it and said...
    Oct 13/16 We had this wonderful recipe last night. I used leftover turkey which DH and DS#2 brought back from dinner with DH's family. Now the turkey was already cut up and mixed with turkey and stuffing which I also added. I used leftover spiral ham and bumped it up 8 ozs. Another small tweak was I fried up some diced onions and mushrooms then once they were done added the I Cannot believe its not butter" and did rest of the recipe as written. My family just loves this recipe and I make it all the time.
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  • Good4U 2 years ago Was this review helpful? Yes Flag
    " It was excellent "
    BookmarkerAR ate it and said...
    'Glad i didn't halve this! It'd be gone! :D Son, 19, made a "mmm" noise - not a "mmmm"-this is good- noise. I say "What?" "It's better than I thought it would be." Me, "Thanks? You should work on your compliments." :D He's right though. It doesn't look as good as it tastes, but that's how casseroles are! 'Only tiny changes were turkey ham & I used a T or so of Swiss from the bag, not Parmesan. Oh, added some green onions. Mine was done in 30 minutes. 'Think I'll use a bit smaller dish next time; maybe 9x11 or a less. It wasn't thin, just my preference. 'Really glad I tried! Thanks, Linz! :) ... A couple days later: Daughter, 17, likes it but would rather have different noodles because it reminds her of tuna casserole with the same egg noodles & it make her want it. What?!? Yes, true. It improves with time, but still great on day one. Catch: By the time it's "aged," almost everyone has had enough. "Aged" has only been three days. 'Not too long for this girl to eat something good, but "them"? I guess (wahhh! ;D). Lastly, when I make this again, I'll go for 3/4 recipe, which will be a li'l easier since the offbrand, cheapo noodles I buy come in 12oz pkgs. :/ :)
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  • LindsayB 3 years ago
    Glad you liked it (both ways!)
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  • NPMarie 3 years ago
    NadineM's IMI review:-)
    Fabulous Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole
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    " It was excellent "
    NadineM ate it and said...
    This is a fantastic recipe and yes I have made it exactly as written but this time I had done some changes do to what I had. I used roasted turkey breast instead of chicken. This time I also cooked the egg noodles in a mixture was water and turkey drippings. Sub a mixture of cheddar, jalapeƱo and chili cheese. I found that I had to add extra milk as to me the sauce was a little thick I also added a 1/2 cup of starch water. Family loved this as they had the original recipe. Shows how versatile this recipe is. Thank you Lindsay for sharing this recipe with us.
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