This recipe is from one of the coolest sites I've found. A city girl marries a cowboy man and moves to the country and has to give up city life for farm life. She has an awesome sense of humor and an amazing talent to cook. This is a very easy sandwich to cook and it will please the crowd.
Boneless, skinless chicken breasts
Lemon & Pepper seasoning
and sandwich buns
Wash chicken to fight off any bacteria, then place chicken between two pieces of wax paper and with a mallet or a rolling pin flatten out the chicken
Then cut the peppered bacon package in half. And arrange the half-slices in a skillet over medium to medium-low heat. Cook bacon until chewy and let drain on paper towels.
Pour out the bacon grease and then put back on stove. Put a tablespoon of remaining grease from bacon back in the pan. Then take the lemon pepper and sprinkle it on the flat chicken breast. (I had four chicken breast but when pounded out they were HUGE and I cut them in half making 8 ) Then put the chicken in the hot greased skillet on stove and cook each side for about 4 minutes. (or until pink is gone, duh) then place 2 or 3 pieces of bacon on chicken when done and then add cheese. Cover and let cheese melt on top of chicken. Then dress your bun the way you like it, I did mine with light mayo and it was delicious. Eat and then enjoy!
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