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3.29.2012

Bacon Wrapped BBQ Chicken Bundles



It's soooooo cold out in NH this week. It is actually seasonably reasonable. 40ish?

But last week if your remember we spent the week at the beech!!!! It was 80-85 in NH! You would have thought with that warm weather we would have gotten our grill on.

But yeah.

We didn't.

I waited until it was flurrying out to crave some BBQ by then it was to darn cold to be standing out on my deck grilling.

So what to do when you crave BBQ but don't want to grill?

Hello broiler!

Bacon Wrapped BBQ Chicken Bundles

Ingredients:

1 lb of boneless skinless chicken breast cut in half or in thirds (depending on how large your breasts are)
1 cup of your favorite BBQ sauce (I like Sweet Baby Rays)
1 tbs of cider vinegar
1 tbs of Worcestershire sauce
1 tbs of minced garlic
1 tbs of honey
4-6 slices of bacon

Directions:

Mix sauce, vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, honey and garlic together.

Slather chicken pieces with it and refrigerate for 1-2 hours.

Cut your bacon slices in half.

Wrap each chicken piece in bacon. Place bundles in a baking dish giving each piece some room. Don't crowd them in there. Brush any leftover marinade over the bacon chicken bundles

Broil for about 15 minutes or until chicken juices run clear.


   

15 comments:

  1. I now only crave bacon wrapped bbq chicken! They look SO good!

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  2. Wow! This is genius...Nobody can say no to this recipe.

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  3. What crazy weather!! Well, thank goodness for the broiler. This looks delicious! Bacon makes everything better :-)

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  4. My GOODNESS! This looks AMAZING!! If you have a minute I would love for you to come and link this up on my linky :)
    http://successful2gether.blogspot.com/2012/03/successful-saturday-link-up-week-6.html

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  5. Ok - so "it depends on how big your breasts are" Does that mean mine or the chickens?

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    1. lol.. I thought the same thing!!

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    2. LMAO...I was thinking, "mine will definitely be cut into thirds!" That awkward moment when I realize I'm too immature to read a recipe!

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  6. Can I bake this instead of broil or will it mess everything up? Maybe at 350 for 30 mins?

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  7. This was so good! I broiled for about 17 minutes on one side and flipped it then did about 7 minutes on the end side. It was delicious!

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  8. Mine was too close to the broiler and the bacon burnt, but otherwise this recipe is SO good! Next time I'll put it on the bottom rack. :)

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  9. How About Browning, Then Place in Slow cooker?

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