"A southern American twist on this simple, classic Mexican dish!" — LauraKKH
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yellow onion, sliced thin
8 (10 inch)
spicy barbeque sauce
chopped fresh cilantro
shredded Cheddar cheese
These are very good, the only change I would make is to cook onions and take out of skillet until the bacon is cooked, then add the onions and the brown sugar. If you do it as the recipe says, your onions will start to burn before you bacon is done.
It was okay.
This was super yummy! I had some left over BBQ pulled pork to use up and wasn't in the mood for just pulled pork sandwiches. Someone from AR recommended this to me and I'm so glad they did! I used the BBQ pork in place of just the BBQ sauce. I also added some black beans and served with roasted salsa on the side. It's so nice to have something fun and different to do with leftovers! Will be making these again!
Made these as appetizers at our "non traditional" Thanksgiving dinner and they were a big hit with everyone!
MMMMmmm this was good! super duper rich tho! Use less bbq sauce, just a thin layer is all you need. Use brown sugar bbq sauce vs adding brown sugar. After onions are soft remove from pan until bacon is almost cooked. Don't skip the cilantro this adds a nice balance of flavor!
this is a very good recipe but i say use less bbq sauce
These were a hit! I will definitely make them again. We were fighting over the last pieces!
I made this last night for a halloween party. It was the first thing to go. Everyone loved it. I left out the cilantro because 1) I don't like it and 2) I didn't have it on hand. But it was a huge hit. Will definitely make it again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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