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Old 11-13-2013, 03:35   #1
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Tried this tonight, simple to make, wonderful to eat.

I'm not very fond of chicken breast but this works really well.

I bought about 1.5 pounds of thin sliced chicken breast then beat them a bit to tenderize. Fried them in a hot skillet quickly then placed on a cookie sheet, covered in cheese and placed under the broiler. When all melted and bubbly I loaded em down with bacon bits, sour cream and chives.

They were wonderful

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I saw a recipe for this over the weekend at cave man keto and thought it looked great. Instead of pounding the breasts, though, I would just butterfly them:

* Exported from MasterCook *

Loaded Baked Chicken

Recipe By :
Serving Size : 0 Preparation Time :0:00
Categories : Gluten Free Low Carb
Poultry Quick & Easy

Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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4 Chicken Breasts
4 Bacon Strips
1 Oz. Soy Sauce
4 Oz. Ranch Dressing
3 Green Onions
4 Oz. Cheddar Cheese

Heat cast iron pan with some cooking oil on high
Pan fry chicken breasts, flipping half way, until internal temperature reaches 165, probably 10-15 minutes depending on thickness
While chicken is cooking, prepare bacon bits by frying or cooking bacon and then crumbling
Also, chop up 3 green onion stalks
Place chicken in a baking dish and top with soy sauce, then ranch, then bacon, green onions and cheese
Broil on high until the cheese melts, 3-4 minutes

Serves: 4
Calories: 527
Fat: 28
Carbohydrates: 3
Fiber: 0
Protein: 63

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"Inspired by the outlawed baked potato"
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"http://cavemanketo.com/"
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Outback restaurant offers a sandwich that (without the bun) is similar to this. It is one of my favorites when we eat there.

I wasn't aware that one could tenderize the sliced chicken by pounding it. One learns new tricks all the time. Even "old dogs".

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You just have to picture in your mind whats bothering you, then you take the rolling pin and give a whack, its calming on the nerves and makes the chicken nice and tender, win/win

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At another restaurant they make a spread for hamburgers that I think would go super well with this. Sour cream with cumin mixed in.

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I made something similar to this recently.

Fried the chicken in skillet with cumin and southwest seasonings, place on plate when done and top with shredded cheese, sour cream and black olives. I was going for more of a chicken taco taste, so I guess you could even top with shredded lettuce, tomato and avocado as well.

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For mexican chicken which I love. I buy a precooked bird and de-bone it, chop it up into bite size pieces and then mix with cumin, pepper, salt, paprika, minced onion, Mexican cheese shreds, and some chili peppers. I spread this out on parchment paper and broil till melted and slightly browned. Take this and cut up into squares and place on a bed of lettuce, top with salasa, sour cream, quac. and loads of hot sauce. I love this and eat way to much of it. I do the same with hamburger, but its not as good as the chicken.

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