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Bacon-wrapped chicken for your Super Bowl party

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As many of us prepare for a Super Bowl party, you may be stumped for that one recipe that will please all of your guests. Stubb's Legendary BBQ ambassador Rocky Stubblefield and his brother Reggie stopped by Good Day Atlanta with a mouth-watering recipe for your Super Bowl party!

Recipe: Bacon-wrapped Chicken

Ingredients:

3 boneless chicken breasts
24 to 30 slices of bacon
1 bottle Stubb's Original BBQ sauce
3 TBSP of Stubb's BBQ rub
2 oz. Honey
1 1/3 cup Brown Sugar

Apply 1 tablespoon of rub to each chicken breast, spreading it evenly over both sides. Next, weave 8 to 10 slices of bacon together.  Once you are done weaving the bacon, wrap it around one breast.  Repeat the process for the other chicken breast.  Now, prepare your gill for indirect cooking.  Cook at 280°F to an internal temperature of 165°F.  This will take 1 to 1 ½ hours depending on your grill.

While your chicken is on the grill you can prepare your glaze.  Combine 8 oz. of Stubb's original, honey and brown sugar in a bowl.  Mix thoroughly.   The glaze should be applied during the last 20 minutes of cooking.  Baste 2 to 3 times in that last 20 minutes of cooking.

NOTE: You can also prepare this dish in the oven.  Cook at 300°F for 1 hour or until the internal temp reaches 165°F.

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