...because apparently wrapping boneless, skinless, chicken breast in bacon is wrong...
The Hubby needs to start eating better--which means *I* have to reform the way I cook and grocery shop.
It's not that I mind shopping or cooking healthy. it's just that I've had to shift my habits over the years to buy and make things the Hubby likes. Lets just say healthy isn't generally on the menu.
So, now I have to think of healthy things the Hubby will eat. It's quite the difficult task--especially since I'm not that accomplished of a cook and am on a budget. (Now, baking, well, that's a whole different story).
For example, the Hubby *loves* dark meat, but now he needs to eat boneless, skinless, chicken breast. He doesn't like white meat.
Because it's dry.
So, I'm embarking on a quest to find easy, inexpensive ways of preparing boneless, skinless, chicken breast in a way where it's tasty and not dry.
Does anyone have any recipes for me? Please?
My first attempt was to marinate the chicken breast fillets in Dijon mustard then wrap them in bacon and broil them. After all, the Hubby doesn't have to eat the bacon.
Yeah, and he doesn't have to eat the cookies I buy for the tot's lunch either.
Let's just say I haven't lived the bacon-chicken down. (For the record the chicken was quite tasty.)
So, please, give me your tried and true Hubby-approved recipes as I embark on my quest for the perfect way to cook chicken.