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Recipe: Loaded Chicken Breasts

I made this last night and it was to die for!  You know when you just don’t want anything on your menu plan and you have waited to long to defrost anything?  Well, that happened to me last night!  So, I just made something up and it turned out wonderful!

Ingredients:

  • 4 – Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast Halves
  • Shredded Mild Cheddar
  • Bacon Pieces
  • Teriyaki Marinade
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Red Pepper & Garlic Herb Seasoning

Directions:

  1. Spray Pan with Pam and heat on medium heat
  2. Take Chicken breast halves straight from bag in freezer and rinse the ice crystals off under tap water.  Then, lie flat side down in heated pan.
  3. Sprinkle top of chicken breasts with seasoning, then coat with Teriyaki.
  4. Cook on one side for 14 minutes then, flip and cook for about 14 more minutes.
  5. Cover chicken with bacon pieces and top with shredded cheddar.  Turn off heat and cover pan.  Allow to sit about 10 minutes.

We all LOVED this!  In fact, it has been added to our “Meals We Like” spreadsheet.  I served it with Spanish Rice and Steamed Veggies.  The four chicken breast halves served my family of five with enough left over for my lunch today.

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About Kelli Miller

My husband (Ricky) of 15 years, our three wild and wonderfully different little boys, one totally spoiled little dog named Annie, and I live in a small town on the coast of Southern Alabama.

Comments

  1. Crystal & Co says:

    That sounds yum!!!

    I hear ya about the meal plan. I did not get my dinner in the crockpot in time yesterday…. and it was a crazy day and hubby had to work late.

    So I took the kids to the deli where they eat for $0.99 each.

    We will have to make this chicken… sounds great!

  2. These sound gorgeous, must go buy chicken tomorrow and give them a go.
    Thanks for this xx
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  3. I always forget to defrost and have never cooked frozen chicken – is it the covering them for 10 minutes that cooks but prevent drying out?

    Cannot wait to try it – you cannot miss with chicken cheese and BACON!!
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  4. This does sound good! I’ve had something similar, but with BBQ sauce instead of teriyaki.

    I can certainly use recipes for those days when I forget to defrost the meat. Thanks!
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  5. I love trying new and exciting recipes. I will cook this next week. It sure does sound great. Thanks for sharing your Loaded Chicken Breasts. I liked reading your blog and I will be back to read more. I grab your button also. HAVE A HAPPY LOVELY DAY!!!

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  6. This one of my faveorite recipes.
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  7. cooking addict says:

    one of my favorite recipes…

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  8. Thank you all cool recipe, he tried very nice to me
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  9. Yummy…I love chicken. I will bookmark and make my wife read it so she can make it for me and my lovely daughter at home. Thanks a lot !

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  11. These look sooooo good! I am definitely making these. I linked to you from Mouthwatering Mondays! You have a great blog. Thanks!

  12. What a wonderful and simple recipe….my boys would love chicken with bacon and cheddar. I think you just gave me a dinner idea.

    Stopping by from Mouthwatering Mondays

  13. Very tasty indeed. Btw, 1 suggestion, If You can post a pic of the expected final product besides the receipe, it wud be more appetizing to the readers too…Just a suggestion. :-)

  14. I am always looking for simple ways to cook chicken and with this recipe I have all the ingredients. A new dinner this week. Thank you.

  15. Yum! Any recipe that involves cheese, bacon AND taking the meat directly from the freezer is going in our meal rotation!! I can’t wait to try this! Thanks for posting!

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