Sunday, August 12, 2012

~~~Monterey Chicken~~~~

 Good Sunday evening. Last week I promised I would share the  recipes from the dinner I hosted for my crafty lady friends. I didn't get pictures while I was making this but it is pretty self explanatory.
Here is the recipe:


4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1/4 c. bar-b-que sauce ( I use Bull's Eye)
1/4 c. real bacon bits
1 c. colby and jack cheese, shredded
1 14 oz. can Rotel tomatoes, drained (canned with green chilies added)
sliced green onions

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Pound out chicken breasts to flatten. Season with pepper. Grill chicken until no long pink (we used our George Foreman grill) and place on baking sheet covered with foil. Top each chicken breast with one tablespoon bar-b-que sauce, 1/4 c. cheese, 1/4 c. tomatoes, green onions and one tablespoon of bacon bits. Place in oven and bake until cheese is melted (about 5 minutes).
This is the recipe as I found it. I did not use a George Forman, I grilled the chicken on our outdoor grill. I also would use a little more cheese on each breast.  Maybe eve putting etra cheese on TOP of the breasts for the last few minutes. We all LOVED this dish and I hope you do too!!! I will join :
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Foodie Friday-Designs by Gollum
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Thanks for your visit. XO, Pinky


  1. Oh my goodness....that looks heavenly and the presentation is exquisite! Well done! XO ~Liz

  2. This sounds so good! Rotel is a staple at our house.

  3. Pinky,
    YuM! This sounds delicious, dear friend!!! Chicken breasts are on my grocery list and with the return of double digit temperatures, this sounds like a "perfect" combination for this week's menu On Crooked Creek! Thanks!

  4. Hi Pinky, goodness, this looks so delicious. I love chicken and this is just yummy goodness.

    Have a wonderful day!


  5. That looks scrumptious. Going to add the ingredients that I don't have to my grocery list this week. BTW, joined as a new follower. Would love if you would come visit me and of course, feel free to join as a follower if you see anything you like.

  6. that recipe...will be definitely making that!! Looks fantastic!!...

  7. Mmmm yum! Thanks for the recipe...Christine

  8. Oh that looks soooo good! I will be sure to share this with my husband and see if this looks like something he would eat. (He's the picky one at our house) We may be trying this one night soon.

  9. Hey Pinky..this looks awesome girl..and on such a gorgeous platter!...Thanks for coming over...I love seeing you on Facebook and I am so excited for you building your new taking the journey with you as you share all the details...have a great week sweetie...Picket

  10. Wonderful recipes happy the craft dinner went well. Come see my dancing video at the fair on .saturday. It's under the skillet corn griddle cakes.

  11. Pinky, that looks fabulous! I know my family would love it. At first I thought the leaves on your platter were real basil leaves!! Great platter. I hope that things are looking up for you home sale-wise. Joni

  12. mmm...this looks picture perfect, almost too good to eat Pinky!

  13. Your Monterey Chicken looks & sounds delicious Pinky! So pretty too presented on your gorgeous leaf platter!

  14. So simple and seasonal. Great with a beer. Please share this on foodie friday today.

  15. Hi there Pinky! This just mouthwatering! I would love for you to link this recipe up in our Saturday Dishes linky party, our theme is this week is POTLUCK. I think this recipe will be a crowd pleaser ! Here's the link :

    Hope to see you there! Enjoy your weekend!


Thanks you for leaving your lovely comments. xo, Pinky

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