Charmie!! I knew when I saw this on your menu I had to try it, but the question is how did it take me so long??!! This is amazing! Sooo delicious and flavorful, and very easy to prepare. I reduced to one serving which worked great for two of us here and served with chips as suggested. I used neufchatel cheese, low fat cheddar and reduced sodium chicken broth to great success. Thanks for sharing! ZWT8
Good, but extremely rich!
The sauce is absolutely delicious though I did have some minor problems (probably my own errors though and not the fault of the recipe). I had two huge chicken breasts (the equivalent of three "normal" size) so adjusted ingredients to 2 slices bacon, 2 jalapenos, 2 garlic, 3/4 cup broth, 3 oz cream cheese (Neufchatel), 3/4 cup cheddar (extra sharp). I left out the cilantro. I had to cook the chicken an extra 5-10 minutes to get it cooked through, even after pounding it even. Later, when I added the jalapenos to the pan, it was like having a pan of "Mexican jumping beans" LOL They had been frozen (from a friend's garden) so were fairly wet - when the water got hot, they flew out of the pan! They also almost smoked me out of the kitchen - the fumes from the hot chiles made me cough terribly. Anyway, even with the problems I had, the end result was super delish! Thanks for sharing!
This was an easy and delicious recipe. Defiantly a keeper. Thanks Charmie7777 for posting.
This was delicious! Loved the sauce, loved the browning of the chicken. If you don't want a lot of kick you may want to back down on the jalapenos. I love spicy so it was perfect for me! **Just made dish again. So good! Definitely a keeper.
My husband made this for dinner tonight because I was at singing class with my daughter. It was good. Next time, I think will will leave the seeds in one jalape?o to make it hotter. It was not that spicy at all. Very flavorful though! I made white rice earlier. we put the chicken on top and poured the sauce over it. Mine needed a little bit of salt. My neighbor came down and had some and said it was good.
This was wonderful! My grandson loves jalapeno poppers so he picked this recipe out. He raved about the sauce in between every bite, lol. He used the leftover sauce later in the day to use as a filling for a burrito. He wanted me to know that this was the best sauce that I had ever made. I didn't have chips on hand, but will for sure next time. It just screams for chips for the sauce. Thanks Charmie for a great keeper. Made for ZWT8 - Mexico/Tex Mex.
Very good! Served to guests who aren't used to jalapenos. Their silent screams were so entertaining. Made for ZWT#8~Mexico/Tex-Mex.
DEElicious! Loved this dish but will serve chips on the side next time or possibly over some rice. Very easy and quick to do.
WOW, Charmie, we just loved this dish! I reduced the recipe by half, and honestly, just used 1 huge chicken breast. I followed the recipe, as written, up until the plating. As it was just the one breast, instead of slicing in two, I decided to shred the chicken with a couple of forks, and shared it between two plates of tortilla chips. I then ladled the sauce over all...so yummy! This recipe is going in my Best of '12 cookbook! So good! Flavorful sauce, moist chicken, crispy chip goodness! Thanks so much for sharing, Charmie777!