Make This Easy Veal Cordon Bleu and Feel Fancy AF

Sometimes you come home and stare at the fridge, wondering what to make for dinner. And it’s in times like these that you need to take the sage advice of a German rapper.
December 14, 2017, 8:00pm

Sometimes you come home after a long day at the office/meth lab/prison yard and just stare at your cupboards. What will you make for dinner?

And it's in times like these that you need to take the sage advice of someone who knows more than you. Someone like a German rapper.

We might not always understand the Teutonic rhymes that Chakuza spits, but we do understand the language of eating. And his veal Cordon bleu translates to "goddamn tasty, and fancy, too."

Funny thing is, this is a straight-up meat-and-cheese dish. Nothing you haven't seen before. All you do is layer some mustard, arugula, prosciutto, and salty Parm on top of a fine piece of protein before rolling the whole thing up, dipping it in breadcrumbs, and frying it to crispy perfection.

All your arm work goes into pounding out the veal, which you're probably used to anyway, playa.

RECIPE: Chakuza's Veal Cordon Bleu

It sure sounds fancy with that French-ass name, doesn't it? But you can fool your plebe-y diners into worshipping your delicacy of a dish when in actuality you whipped this thing up in far less than an hour's time.

We're talking less time than an episode of My Strange Addiction. That's when you know it's going to be a breeze.