I came across a recipe on Pinterest one afternoon for jalapeño and cream cheese stuffed chicken breast, and it reminded me of the baconwrappedjalapenopoppers I turn to so often and I wanted to make something new
This cheesy jalapenopopper dip has an added element that makes it extra special… bacon. This warm, spicy, cheesy jalapenopopper dip is loaded with all the familiar flavors from your favorite appetizer, in an easy to make dip form
Lay the chicken flat, season the outside with salt and pepper, spread 1/4 of the guacamole on each of the chicken breasts, roll them up and wrap each in 2 slices of bacon. Grill over indirect medium heat, with the lid down, until the bacon is crispy and the chicken is cooked (160F to 165F), about 20-30 minutes, or bake in a preheated 400F/200C oven on a wire rack on a baking pan until cooked, about 20-30 minutes, turning the oven to broil for the last few minutes to ensure that the bacon is crispy
Pierce each baconwrapped cube of chicken onto a presoaked bamboo skewer. Place the seasoned chicken into the mixing bowl with the marinade, lay the bacon flat on a clean surface and put a cube of chicken on top of each slice of bacon
I serve mine with garlic buttered vegetables, buttery corn on the cob and chicken gravy. Pound chicken breasts with a meat mallet to flatten slightly (about 1/4 inch). Add chicken stock and butter to cup and pour 1/2 cup of boiled water in, to dissolve. Divide stuffing equally among breasts fold breast over to cover and wrap 3 bacon slices around each breast to secure. Bake in pre-heated oven at 180c for 35-45 Min's or until chicken is cooked through. 4 chicken breasts. 1 teaspoon chicken stock (concentrated, cube, powder, paste etc. 12 slices bacon
How can they be anything but delicious when they’re wrapped in bacon. Tomorrow when the Vols face Arkansas State in Neyland Stadium there is sure to be some epic tailgating going on all over campus, so I thought I’d share the recipe for Bacon Cheddar Jalapeño Poppers
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