Simple, fast, and delicious.
I'm trying a low-carb diet and wanted a fast snack that tasted good even if I had to eat it cold.
I'd list the nutrition here, but it's likely to vary depending on your sources.
This would be super easy to pre-wrap the chicken and freeze the pre-prepared strips for future snacks too! Look tasty? Good!
Let's make some!
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Step 1: Ingredients
This is meant to be a SNACK and therefore is simple. You need 4 things.
1:Chicken. I used split breast meat to meet my diet.
2: Bacon. I like Gwaltney's. Tasty and you can buy it in big packs!
3: Favorite Spice. I like Webers... All flavors. But this time I'm using Weber's Garlic Jalapeno!
4: Buffalo ranch sauce. It's tasty, Moore's is good.
Got all that?
Prep time! Couldn't be easier.
Step 2: Season and Wrap....
Yep. That's all you gotta do!
Sprinkle a good coating of your chosen seasoning all over both sides of your chicken pieces, then wrap them up wit 2 pieces of bacon.
That's about 1.25 oz of chicken and 2 strips of bacon. Perfect for a snack. Set them into a hot iron skillet while you wrap the rest.
Step 3: Cook Until Chicken Is Done!
Simple. Cook with a lid over them so the chicken remains tender,
Flip 1/3 of the way for the first time after about 5-7 minutes on low-med heat. Don't drool in the skillet, It smells awesome!
The bacon will be nice and crisp without over cooking if you keep the lid on. Rotate another 1/3 after about 4 minutes.
After close to 10 minutes of cooking (Maybe 15) Cut your strips in half to ensure the chicken has cooked completely.
If the chicken is done, cut each half in half again to make inch long chunks.
Lay each chunk open (bare chicken) side up and drizzle buffalo sauce over them! Looks good and tastes great too!
Third Prize in the
Snacks Contest 2017