Grilled Bacon Wrapped Chicken Cordon Bleu

So I like to just mess around with grilling.  Some things work pretty well, and others, not so much.  This turned out great!  I think next time I try it I will add some sort of sauce or Garlic Butter to the middle for a little extra something.    It was a pretty easy process.  First I weaved some Bacon

Then I took 4 boneless Chicken Breasts and cut them in half width wise not down the middle King Solomon style!  I place those chicken halves in a gallon zip loc bag and I pound them flat with a meat tenderizer.  I then laid the breasts completely over the bacon and I sprinkled on some Seasoned Salt


I then added a layer of Virginia of the Bone Honey Ham


Then I added a layer of deli sliced Pepperoni


and then I threw on some cheese.


Next, you need to tightly roll up the chicken without the bacon.  When the chicken roll reaches one end of the bacon weave, roll the whole thing back the other direction with the bacon.


I like to throw this on the grill right on the edge of the coals.  I move it a little closer over the heat the later in the process I get.  This one here cooked for about 45 minutes.  I pulled it off the grill when it hit a internal temp of about 160 degrees.


I let it sit for a couple minutes and then I sliced it into about 1″ think slices.


Turned out great!  I made it all on my Weber Kettle Grill with Lump Charcoal and some Hickory Wood Chips.

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Wally Fry says:

    Well…I am really glad you found me! That chicken looks awesome!

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    1. parkerozgood says:

      It was pretty good!

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Wally Fry says:

    Well..guess what my next grill mission is? LOL. I showed this to my wife and it’s on! Slight modifications, though. Not so much pepperoni fans, so probably use some black forest ham, and maybe some mozzarella cheese.

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    1. parkerozgood says:

      I was thinking of trying a Chicken Ceaser wrap style next. Maybe throw some croutons and fresh grated parmesan in the middle with some dressing

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