Best Ever Outback Alice Springs Chicken
photo by zwebb17
- Ready In:
4 chicken breasts
- Pour about 1/4-1/2 of honey mustard in a bowl and add the chicken.
- Set in the refrigerator to marinate for 2 hours or, better yet, overnight.
- Save remaining honey mustard in a sealed container in 'fridge to use as a dipping sauce later.
- Preheat oven to 375 F
- Heat up the oil in a frying pan on the stove and sear each chicken breast 3-4 minutes per side until golden brown.
- Transfer chicken to oven safe pan and brush with honey mustard.
- Salt and pepper breasts.
- Add butter to frying pan and saute mushrooms.
- Stack bacon across each breast, spoon mushrooms on each breast and then approx ½ cup of cheese on each.
- Cover pan with foil or lid and bake 7-10 minutes to melt cheese. Dust with paprika and serve with honey mustard.
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Wow, this was a BIG hit! It certainly competes well with the real Alice Springs Chicken - Great job Bay Laurel!! The only thing I will be doing differently next time is to slightly pre-fry the bacon prior to placing it on top of the chicken. We weren't fond of the limpness of the bacon. I tried broiling it towards the end for several minutes, hoping that it would crisp up the bacon a little, but the bacon remaind the same and the cheese crisped instead. Otherwise it was very tasty! Mmm Mmmm... I served it with Recipe #356174 and Recipe #10733. Made for PAC Spring 2009 :)
I had this at Outback last night and just knew I'd find a similar recipe here and I did with this recipe. Just absolutely wonderful and full of flavor. I actually liked this better because I used cheese that I love like Provolone and cheddar instead of the Monterey Jack. I also used recipe #373680 for the Honey Mustard which is much better than Outback. Thanks so much for sharing. Will be making this one again. Made for "Let's Party" 2011
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