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Burning Oak Smokehouse cooks sweet jalapeno chicken sandwich

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Burning Oak Smokehouse will host an event this weekend, the 'Big Buck Bash.' The event celebrates the opening weekend of bow season.

The event runs 6 p.m. - midnight Saturday, Oct. 5. For more information click here.  

This recipe comes courtesy of The Burning Oak Smokehouse.       


Backwoods Mustard "Sweet Jalapeno" Chicken Sandwich


Ingredients:
Chicken Breast
White Onions
Green Bell Peppers
jalapeno's
Backwoods Mustard - Sweet Jalapeno
Square Ciabatta Bun

Instructions:
1.    Preheat our grill to a medium heat around 375 - 450 degrees
2.    Cook the chicken on the grill for approx 3-4 minutes per side or until done
3.    Build the sandwiches first by spreading ½ tablespoon of Backwoods Mustard Company's "Sweet Jalapeno" mustard on both sides of the ciabetta bun
4.    Place a slice of green bell pepper on the bun followed by a chicken breast
5.    Finish by topping your sandwich with white onions and jalapenos to your liking.

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