Bacon wrapped Cordon Bleu Ham Armor
- 1 chicken breast ( cut almost in half flat ways. Don’t slice all the way through, should be one piece.)
- 1 lb bacon (='s 9 strips of thick )
- 1/4 in ham steak (no honey or maples. Look for just a ham steak.)
- ¼ cup blue cheese (crumbled )
- 2 tbsp Biddy
- Take your chicken breast and pound it out pretty thin. Try to get it evenly flat thickness.
- On a cutting board lay out a bacon weave. Over under, over under, until you have enough bacon surface to lay chicken breast on.
- I didn’t use Sowflakes on this because it’s too sweet to be mingling with the blue cheese.
- Cover chicken breast with Biddy (as much as you feel comfortable) and lay on bacon tent.
- Note: See how the ham is one piece? Yeah, cut it evenly long ways to get at least 3 strips. This will make your rolling experience a lot better. Mine was only cut once because I was making it up as I go. It worked but 3 strips would have been fine. BETTER A thin sliced no sugars deli ham would work great too. Tell them you want one 1/4 inch piece.
- Lay ham on chicken breast then add about ¼ cup of blue cheese.
- Roll the sleeping bag away from you taking care of any bacon not rolling the right direction.
- Your roll should end up with bacon ends on bottom of chicken roll.
- On the sides of the roll pin loose bacon ends into the roll’s side with a toothpick or 5.
- I use an aluminum foil covered cookie sheet with a grate on top but you can lay flat on sheet if not grate is around.
- IF you cook flat on cookie sheet remember to turn roll over with 15 minute left on cooking time. This will crisp up the bacon bottom better.
- Sprinkle more Biddy over roll and place on cookie sheet trying to keep bacon ends on bottom.
- Throw in oven for 30 minutes and check for problems.
- Cook for an additional 30 minutes, pull and let cool.
- Slice it up and enjoy. It would feed 2 normal people, 1 me...
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