Chicken Cordon Bleu Wontons

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  1. This made me laugh. All I’ve been hearing lately from my husband is the names of various baseball players he’s considering for his fantasy draft, lol. These spy’s look delicious. Ill definitely need to try this recipe out 🙂

    • I actually enjoy March Madness myself. But for the life of me, I have no idea how my husband can watch ALL the games and not get bored! He knows all the players by name, too! Why are men so obsessed with sports?! ??

  2. Looks like other people have already answered the question of ‘Sheila’s’ although bloke is also pretty English too….you could have gone with ‘birds’ and ‘geezers’ I suppose?? ?
    Amazing food and photos, Angie, always xxx

  3. Love this post! They look so yummy and simple. I made momo (the Northeast-Indian equivalent of wontons) this week, and I’ll have to blog about it. Thanks for the inspiration!

  4. andy says:

    Wontons looks like a work of art <3

  5. Raphaelle says:

    Oulalala that’s looks so delicious. The combination of flavours is mouth watering!

  6. Cristina says:

    I love this! Fusion food is amazing, and I love when two foods collide to make something completely unique and delicious! They look so perfect!

  7. you do make the most amazing dishes Angie and what beautiful hands you have, the skin of a teenager, how do you do it with all this cooking? x

  8. platedujour says:

    This is my type of snack- and my boyfriend would love it too ☺as for what men think about I know the feeling!! My Max mostly lives in his own super complicated super macro world- but still food and tech news would be the most important thing- Oh excuse me and the football games! But I wouldn’t change him for anyone else ?☺❤Lovely pictures by the way!

  9. Oh Angie! These are amazing! They look beautiful and sounds delicious! Sharing:) Olga xxx

  10. Loved your post, and these look delicious! Perfect for watching the playoffs.

  11. Shari says:

    Angie, These look wonderful! Your husband is very lucky to have you make such great appetizers for him. I have never used wonton wrappers before. They are just beautiful, and the filling sounds delicious!

    • Thanks, Shari! Wonton wrappers are pretty versatile. I know you can use them for desserts, ravioli, etc. Haven’t tried those, but planning to. Give them a try, I think you’ll like them! P.S. I tell my husband all the time he’s lucky!! ??

  12. I love the mash-up. I am always trying to mix up different cuisines. Glad to see I’m not alone. I just thought I was weird. :))))))

  13. Cricket, these are the best thing since sliced bread Angie! Who knew making chicken cordon blue even more perfect would be to enclose it in a wonton?!!!

    • Angie says:

      Hi, Johanne! This is an older post I brought over from TheNoviceGardener. In case you’re wondering I’m trying to re-organize things. But I swear by this recipe! So good!

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