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Yummy BBQ Melt Chicken

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Serves 4

Quick, easy and too delicious, this will become a favourite!

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  • 4 Boneless Chicken Breasts
  • 8 Rashers of Streaky Bacon (smoked works best)
  • 1 Bottle of Paul Newman BBQ Sauce (or any)
  • Grated Cheddar Cheese


    1. Pre-heat the oven to 200 degrees (fan oven). Carefully slice a pocket along the lengh of the chicken breast.
    2. Fill the pocket in each chicken breast with the grated cheese, as much or as little as you fancy.
    3. Stretch the rashers of bacon using the back of a knife and place the chicken breast on top of 2 rashers.
    4. Wrap the rashers of bacon over the chicken and tuck underneath if necessary.
    5. Place the wrapped chicken breasts onto a baking tray. Using a tablespoon, ladle the BBQ sauce onto the chicken breast making sure the top and sides are covered in a layer of the sauce.
    6. Place in the oven and cook for 20 minutes until the sauce has become sticky and the cheese is melted.
    7. Serve with wedges and salad or new potatoes and vegetables.

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