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  • Bacon Wrapped Chicken

    Posted on November 14, 2012 by in A Day With Maggie

    Not only are these wrapped with bacon but they are stuffed with cheese and spinach!
    I always test out new recipes on my husband. :) When he is eating a new meal I always ask him “is it good enough to post on my blog?”. He is easily pleased but it’s good to have another opinion. I thought it was quite yummy as well!

    So here is what you’ll need:
    -2 chicken breasts (I sliced mine in half to make 4 thin breasts)
    -2 or 3 slices of bacon for each piece of chicken (I actually used turkey bacon and it was perfect)
    -A handful of spinach leaves (chopped)
    -Cheddar Cheese (I used sharp cheddar cheese and just sliced a few pieces off of the block)
    -Seasoned salt
    -Garlic Powder

    *Start by preheating your oven to 4oo degrees.

    I put my turkey bacon in the microwave for a couple of minutes to cook it a bit before wrapping the chicken.

    Next, rinse and dry your sliced chicken breasts. Lay them on a piece of foil and sprinkle with seasonings.  Add your cheese. I added about 3 slices to each piece of chicken and then add your chopped  spinach on top.

    *Now, roll your first piece of chicken breast and lay it on your 2 or 3 slices of bacon while holding it together and grab the ends of the bacon and roll it up and lay it on the foil with the chicken and bacon ends down so it stays rolled. Hope that makes sense. I’m sure you’ll figure it out! :)

    I threw my foil and chicken on a cookie sheet and cooked them for 45 minutes flipping them once.

    When they are cooked all the way through turn the broiler on high and broil them for 5 minutes flipping once. And be sure to watch closely so they don’t get too crispy!

    And there you have it!


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2 Responses so far.

  1. This looks and sounds delicious! Now I know what is for dinner tomorrow night! Thanks for sharing!

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