Copycat Alice’s Chicken From Outback
We love this Copycat Alice’s Chicken From Outback. It is one of our favorite dishes.
Boneless skinless chicken breasts
1/2 stick butter
1# bacon, fried (save the grease)
2 c. fresh spinach
Cook your bacon on your broiler pan. It does not shrink up, and the grease catches in the bottom.
Cut your chicken into thin strips. Marinate them in the honey mustard for about an hour. In your electric skillet (well, that’s what I use), put in your leftover grease and the 1/2 stick of butter, and let that meltdown. Put your chicken in the skillet and put some seasoning on it.
When that is done, put it in a single layer in a greased 13×9 pan (I used 2 aluminum pans). On top of the chicken, put the crumbled bacon (I also used some bacon bits because I was cooking for *a lot* of humans). Next, put a layer of Colby/jack, spinach, and then Colby jack. Pour the leftover grease, butter, and the honey mustard’s drippings over your chicken’s top.
Cook at 350 for about 30 minutes.
Outback Steakhouse makes great Alice’s Chicken! I mean, it is good. There are so many ways to alternate the recipe, and this is one of those ways.
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