Fabulous! My husband immediately said he'd have this again anytime. Even the kids ate it, and they complain about everything. I made it with recipe 19023 Finger Lickin' Good BBQ Sauce, which I had already made and frozen. I used way less of the BBQ and the ranch - just basically spooned over what I needed. I used one chicken breast which I sliced in half to make two thinner halves. I added the cheese and green onions about 10 minutes before it was done (took about 35 minutes total to do half-wide breasts at 400 degrees) and then sprinkled the crumbled bacon on at the end - I find when I cook bacon in a sauce, it gets mushy and I love crisp bacon. I served it with grilled asparagus and some white rice. Really yummy. We will definitely have this one again. Update: still making this dish every 1-2 weeks. Big hit with kids and dh. EASY!!!! FAST!!!! DELICIOUS!!!
Fixed this for dinner tonight....Hubby gives it 5+++, I liked it too, maybe not quite as much as he did tho. He said several times "this is good" kind of like he was surprised, LOL. We had it with corn on the cob, I think it would be wonderful with a baked spud with all the fixings. I also added the cheese half way thru the cook time. Next time I will add it the last 10 minutes. I used real bacon bits as that was what I had and I think it worked fine. Also did not use anywhere near the amount of barbecue sauce or ranch dressing called for. I think it would float if you used that much. My hubby thought the bacon was what made the recipe. We will be making this again, a real keeper!! 12/14/09 Made this again tonight, we really like this. I used 4 breasts, just brushed the BBQ sauce on so didn't use as much as called for, & used maybe half (if that) a 16oz bottle of ranch dressing. Put cheese on at the beginning of cook time, covered for 30 min then uncovered for last 20 minutes. Thanks agaon for a great recipe with a few personal preference modifications!
My DH looked at me like was crazy when he was watching me put this together, especially when I added the ranch dressing. We loved everything about it. So many flavors that went so well together. As others did, I didn't use near the amount of barbecue sauce listed or the ranch. I brushed it with both and then added a little extra of both just spreading over the whole dish. I also added the cheese the last 15 minutes of baking along with the onions and bacon. I'm making it again tomorrow night for the "Want to be race car drivers" bunch. Thanks so much for sharing this great recipe.
Tasty! I used Swiss cheese. The cheese slid off, but I scooped it up and put it back on again. A huge hit!
This recipe is awesome! I make this about once or twice a month, we love it! I never use the whole bottle of bbq sauce or ranch dressing. The chicken is so tender and we use the extra sauce to put over our potatoes. Thanks for a great recipe!
oh. my. WORD! This was so, so so so good. I used breast tenders, as that is what I had on hand. I feared for their size in a 400* oven, so I dropped it to 375*, and baked for about 30 minutes (covered for the first 20). I added the cheese and onions when I uncovered the dish, tossed the bacon on five minutes later, and let everything crisp up. I really still can't get over how delicious this was. I will make this MANY more times. THANK YOU!
very popular in our house!
Delicious!! I made up a big batch and made with garlic roasted vegetables and fingerling potatoes and homemade bread and packed it up and brought it to my brother's house for dinner. It was a HUGE hit with everyone! I used Jack Daniels Steakhouse BBQ sauce and I made a gravy out of the drippings which everyone loved too. Thanks for posting! I will definitely make again!
Really awesome chicken dish we have here! This will be made again many times!
Delicious. Love this recipe. Thanx