Kohlrabi Cordon Bleu




Introduction: Kohlrabi Cordon Bleu

About: Mostly harmless

Meatless Cordon bleu - very delicious!

Light dinner main course - easy to prepare!

Even meatlovers will be delightet :)

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Step 1: Ingredients for Two

1 big kohlrabi ( turnip cabbage)

4 slices of Cheese - Gouda, cheddar or whatever you prefer

2 slices of ham (optional)

salt, pepper

1 egg



Oil for frying

Optional sauce to the cordon bleu:

3 tablespoons sour cream

Dill - dried or fresh

Salt, pepper

(a little garlic doesn't hurt)

Step 2: Peeling, Shaping, Cooking - Sauce

peel the kohlrabi

cut it in 0,5cm (0,2 inches) thick slices

if you want you can shape it in desired form - hearts are always appreciated :o)

cook the slices in vegetable broth for about 5 minutes

meanwhile: prepare the sauce,

by mixing

the sourcream, dill, salt and pepper - done!

( a little garlic doesn't hurt !)

Step 3: Layering

Get the slices out of the broth and make sure they're dry before breading

now layer the cordon bleu like this:






Step 4: Breading and Frying

stirr the egg and add some salt and pepper

prepare flour, egg and breadcrumbs on a plate each

coat the cordon bleu in order:

1. flour

2. egg

3. breadcrumbs

heat the oil in a frying pan and fry the delicious breaded kohlrabi cordon bleu!

2-3 minutes on each side, the cheese should melt and the breading should be golden brown!

Step 5: Serve and Enjoy!

serve the light brown cordon bleu

with the sauce an a small sallad - ruccola, tomato and cucumber suits perfect!

enjoy this easy made and lean dinner!

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    4 years ago

    Kohlrabi croquettes were my go-to recipe for enjoying it. Now this one is. Thanks!