Saturday, August 21, 2010

Pepper Jack BBQ Chicken


I loves it loves it when I find recipes that don't require an extra trip to the grocery store. So it was a treat to find this on Kim's blog at The Ungourmet, who found it at Eat at Home. Chicken breast smothered in your favorite bbq sauce (Sweet Baby Ray's), and at the last minute, covered in melty pepper jack. Simple and oh so delicious. We served it with a side of sweet potato fries and watermelon. A classic summer night meal! Thanks Kim and Tiffany!

Check it out here!

16 comments:

Kris said...

such a clean plate!!

Julie said...

Yep, NOT going to the store is a good thing, since I usually buy more than what I went for anyway. Looks delish!

theUngourmet said...

Yum! I love that you served it with the sweet potato fries and watermelon. Great summer dinner! Thanks for the shout out! ;)

sara cardon said...

Mmmmmmm!! This IS a perfect summer meal.

The Blonde Duck said...

Why did I not think of this?

Melody said...

I have all those ingredients in my fridge too. Add it to the menu this week! Looks delicious!

♥peachkins♥ said...

I love this recipe...

Joanne said...

Agreed! This looks like one tasty plate with so many awesome components!

Cathy said...

Your dinner looks fantastic, Teresa. This isn't a complicated chicken dish but it has so much flavor going on. Love the sweet potato fries you served along side.

Ingrid said...

Amen!
~ingrid

Pam said...

Looks and sounds good!

Cheryl said...

You are a saint, I am having 10 of my husbands employees over tonight. I am having chicken and I have the sauce and the cheese! Thank you!!!

p.s. I loved the Ravioli making with your baby girl!

Burp and Slurp~! said...

SMOTHERED. And covered with CHEESE. Oh those two words get me every time!

Reeni said...

Love it! So easy and so yummy!

grace said...

pepper jack makes everything better, and that's all there is to it. i love sweet baby ray's too. this is a fabulous meal--simple and satisfying!

Chris said...

Oh very nice. I love the simplicity of it. I am going to keep this one in mind when I cold smoke some pepper jack cheese this winter because the extra smokiness would be great.