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BBQ Chicken & bacon melt

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Serves 2

quick and simple bbq chicken, bacon and cheese melt :)

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Ingredients

  • Chicken breast (2 breast for two people, 3 for 3 people, and so on)
  • BBQ Sauce
  • Cheese
  • Slice of bacon

Method

    1. Wrap the bacon around the chicken breast and put on a tray in the oven (190 degrees) until chicken is cooked. (Around 20-30 mins)
    2. When cooked transfer into a small, deep dish - a bowl will do. Squirt the BBQ sauce all over the chicken then top with loads of grated cheese!!
    3. Put back into the oven for 5 mins or untill cheese is melted and the bbq sauce is hot!
    4. Eat and enjoy, goes well with potatoe wedges and brocolli!!

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BriceyK
27th May, 2016
Always order this dish from a famous chain but never recreated it at home until now! Very delicious! Served along side onion rings, corn on the cob & fries.
SPARKYMARC38
16th Jan, 2014
Just cooking this now as had this as a meal few times at local pub and thought try this at home and looking great so far and smells fantastic
Rj73
12th Aug, 2013
What? I did 190 are you using Fahrenheit... Lol. I'm an amateur and this time was way way off. For those Americans that are using his recipe- 350? Maybe... Took a hell of a lot longer than 20 minutes.
ej7
26th Nov, 2013
it's 190 degrees Celsius (190*C). The BBC is based in the UK, as we regularly use Celsius. For those who prefer to use Fahrenheit, it's 374*F.
redsonia
1st Jun, 2012
Have cooked this before it is lovely
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