Anniversary Chicken, my way

Since I still have had no recipes submitted for me to make (hint, hint), I found a recipe on Allrecipes to make.  I actually mixed the two recipes called Anniversary Chicken I and Anniversary II using some of each to make the food.  Here is the recipe I used:

2 chicken breasts, 5 slices of bacon, 1/4 c.  Teriyaki Baste and Glaze, about 1/4 c. ranch dressing, 1/2 small onion, about 1 c. cheddar cheese grated.

Cooked the bacon until very brown, removed from pan.  Browned the chicken breast on both sides in the bacon grease, and then the onion.  In an oven dish I layered the chicken and onions, then the Teriyaki on top.  Then the ranch.  Last I put the cheese and topped with the bacon, which I had crumbled.

I put this in a 350 degree oven and baked for about 30 minutes, until juices were clear.

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Review:  This was absolutely delicious!  I served it with broccoli, and the sauce was exquisite on it too.  I ate every drop.  The only thing I would do differently is make 4 breasts so I could have had leftovers.  I highly recommend this recipe.  If you do double or triple the amount of breasts, do the same with the sauce.  I give it a 10 out of 10.

My more picky husband gave it an 8.  However, he ate it all, which is very unusual.  STILL waiting for you to submit a recipe for me to try.

Parker House Rolls

Yesterday I made Bobby Flay’s Parker House Rolls.  The recipe was here: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/bobby-flay/parker-house-rolls-recipe2.html

It was very easy to make, although it needed almost a cup more of flour.  The dough was very sticky until after the first rising.  This was one of the best doughs though.  It was very soft.  The instructions said to make into any shape you wanted.  He used small rolls.  I decided to use larger rolls.  I wish I had kept to the smaller ones.  Why? They took longer to cook, plus were really big.  They were still delicious.  This is a great recipe and I look forward to making it again.  Maybe Christmas.  I warmed them in the microwave the next morning, slathered on butter and added cherry preserves.  They were fantastic!  Definitely worth making.  My husband loved them also, and he isn’t much of a bread eater.IMG_1141 IMG_1143

I still haven’t had anyone give me a recipe to try 😦   I am going to make crack candy next.  It has some other names also.  I will give you a review on that tomorrow.

Please share my blog with others if you like it AND I really am looking forward to someone giving me a recipe to make and review.