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Cheesy BBQ Skillet

Cheesy BBQ Skillet recipe
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Chicken breast strips are simmered with instant rice, black beans and BBQ sauce in this cheesy weeknight-quick skillet dish.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
2/7/2008
It was great! It does make a lot for just two people, so we had great leftovers as well!
posted:
1/31/2008
Another rather tasty dish!
posted:
1/5/2008
This was pretty good. Both my husband and I liked it.
posted:
10/12/2007
i changed this recipie up a bit. i sauted onion, red and green peppers, and celery in olive oil . added chopped pre-cooked brats sausage, and pre- cooked chopped chicken breast. then did every thing eles the same, added the h20, bbq sauce, and rice- when it was done, it was very good!! i served it w coleslaw- my husband really liked it!!
posted:
5/25/2007
looking for something that wouldn't heat up the house on a hot day and came across this recipe. I had all the ingredients on hand so I gave it a try. My family really liked it. Husband said I should add some corn to it next time I make it and to add it to my Keeper list.
posted:
1/17/2007
My family loved this. I cut the chicken into little pieces. We will make this again.
posted:
10/18/2006
This meal was great because it has something everyone will love. In my house we'll eat almost anything with a little cheese or BBQ sauce. I loved this one pot meal so much that I have given the recipe to friends and co-workers. And it works great to reheat the next day for lunch. But the best thing is, one pot equals less mess.
posted:
9/23/2006
it was great- next time i am cutting the chicken into smaller chunks instead of strips.
posted:
6/27/2006
I used ground chicken instead of ground beef. It was very moist with less fat. But just as delicious.
posted:
12/11/2004
Once the chicken is cooked through, shouldn't you remove it from the pan while you cook the rice? I would think the chicken would be over cooked if kept in the pan while the rice cooked.
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