Given the ingredients and cooking method, this recipe was pretty much what I expected...not fabulous, but fairly decent. I had to improvise a bit...didn't have the basting sauce, so I used 1/3 c teriyaki sauce, and an eyeballed amount of honey and minced garlic. I seasoned my thin-cut chicken breasts with pepper and garlic/onion powders. I browned the chicken as directed, but because the breasts were already the thin-sliced variety, I only had to bake 10-15 min at 350. Next time, I would skip the browning altogether. Baked on a parchment paper lined baking sheet (why scrub a baking dish, given the teriyaki glaze is likely to burn?) Didn't measure the cheese, ranch dressing, or bacon bits (used the Oscar Meyer real bits), but rather I used the desired amount of each on the chicken, and finished off with a few shakes of dried parsley to dress it up. Had to omit the green onion simply because I didn't have it. Husband devoured this...I thought it could use some tweaking, but I will make again with some changes. I'm excited to use this recipe as a stepping stone to put my own spin on it!
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Given the ingredients and cooking method, this recipe was pretty much what I expected...not...