Recipe by LABORDAY
"Marinated chicken breasts broiled with bacon and cheese, then served with sauteed mushrooms and honey mustard dressing. Fantastic way to broil chicken that adds that extra something!"
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skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
5 fluid ounces
fresh mushrooms, sliced
1 (8 ounce) package
Monterey Jack cheese, shredded
1 (16 ounce) container
honey mustard salad dressing
Hello. I am the one who submitted this recipe, however when AllRecipe listed it, a few things were misprinted. I do not use ANY onions, and I sautee the mushrooms in margarine until they are fully cooked (actually they are pretty soggy), and top the chicken with them after the chicken is removed from the oven. Then I top with the Honey Mustard (although, my Wee Ones dip instead) I hope you enjoy!
This was just OK. I'm really not sure what all of the excitement is about with this recipe. To me it tastes like a recipe that you would find on a bun in some restaurant chain. I wasn't too thrilled by the taste. My husband said it was just OK, and he certainly wouldn't request that I make this again. Only my son (12) liked it, but then again he would enjoy something like this at one of the chain restaurants. A disappointment to me, as I find too many recipes here have 5 stars and they are just average. I'm beginning to wonder if folks have never eaten really, really, good food.
I thought this was delicious.
OK So how do I give this beauty 10 stars?
It was moist, flavorful, easy and quick. What's not to love?? I am a retired chef with over 30 years of cooking chops to my credit and I found NOTHING to complain about here. "All things in moderation." We all need to relax and give ourselves permission to splurge occasionally.
Very tasty and easy.
This is a really good chicken dish. I marinated the chicken over night and they came out so flavorfull. However I did not broil them (I have had really bad "broiling" experiences I think its my oven WINK* WINK*) I baked them at 350 and they came out really moist. After they finished baking I topped them off with the bacon and cheese, but did not use honeymustard (I didn't have any) Will make again :)
Delicious! But my, how fattening! OMG! I grilled the chicken and the bacon on my George Foreman grill to make the recipe a little bit healthier. I then added the bacon to the cooked chicken and the cheese on top, and put it in the oven on "broil" for about 4 minutes to melt the cheese. Lastly, I sauteed half a small onion along with my fresh mushrooms, added that on top, and used a low fat honey dijon as a topping. Heavenly dish!!:-) I hope I at least knocked off 20 grams of fat doing it my way though! Ally
This is a keeper. All my husband could say is "WOW!" I marinated the chicken overnight and cooked the mushrooms in the same pan as the bacon. Cooked the chicken on the grill and added the bacon and cheese at the end. Served with steamed broccoli and fresh corn on the cob.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 625
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