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Discussion in 'Poultry' started by adrian from kc, Feb 3, 2012.
Pepper jack stuffed, bacon wrapped chicken breasts! Hell Yeah!!!
I love nice breasts!
I'll take some of that !!!! :drool
Not what I was expecting. Lol but looks really good.
Looking delicious, I like to roll mine then wrap, I'll have to try this way as well. Those are my second favorite breasts...but if it's got bacon on it, I'm good with that anytime.
Nice job, they look delicious!
Looks delish. I bet some of you were expecting something like this?
Boy am I hungry now!!!
Thanks a bunch alelover, I REALLY need to try!
Everything is better covered in bacon...
Is this more like it????... Sent by my 15 year old Daughter when I said I want Bacon Wrapped Breasts for Dinner!
No that's not her...JJ
I wonder if my wife would wear one of those................................NOT>...........
If you don't mind me asking, what is the recipe for this? I would like to try it out.
LMAO I showed these to my wife................. and said I think ya you need to have some of these........................I got the are you NUTS look she didn't see the hummer in it
Now that's what I'm talkin about.
Adrian from KC, can you provide the cooking details for those great looking breast?
Hey jrp, This was very simple, but tasted awesome. I used boneless, skinless breasts, cut a horizontal opening in the thick side of the breast, stuffed two slices of pepper jack cheese in the opening, then applied a dry rub. After that, wrapped with bacon. Smoked with hickory for about two hours, I think, always use your thermometer, I don't really remember how long I smoked them,Good luck, Happy Smoking, Adrian.
.I got the are you NUTS look she didn't see the( hummer) in it
and I bet thats just what you wanted outta it HUH!
I tried something similar with chukar, a canyon loving partridge from out west (originally from Asia), I didn't use enough cheese (or it all melted out the sides) and applied too much rub, but, for a first effort and no recipe, it came out pretty well. Took about 3 hours at 200°F over cherry.