This BLT is loaded up with roasted green chiles, a ton of guacamole, and a spicy cilantro mayonnaise. #jimmydeanbacon
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Bacon. If I were to list the loves of my life, my husband and kids are definitely up there. Followed closely by bacon. When given the chance to try out Jimmy Dean Hickory Smoked Bacon I may have done a little happy dance.
The first thing that came to my mind to make? A BLT. But not just any BLT…
No of course not! The markets are basically bursting with chile peppers lately. So I had to snag some. And what goes better with roasted chiles and bacon than…avocado!
It’s so important to have good ingredients when making a BLT. There’s really not many ingredients to the sandwich, so you want to make sure that they are quality. A good thick bread, juicy tomatoes, healthy vibrant lettuce, and some premium bacon. Jimmy Dean is premium bacon.
By the way, if you’re looking for the Jimmy Dean Hickory Smoked Bacon, I was able to find it at Walmart. You can find more info online here! What’s taken me so long to purchase Jimmy Dean bacon? Who knows. But I was certainly happy with it!
I loaded up my mayonnaise with some chili powder and cilantro too. Just to make sure I was getting the full experience of southwestern flavors with my Roasted Green Chile BLT.
I think we can all agree that bacon is glorious right? I’m surprised Little Miss doesn’t have her hands in here snatching it away. She was pre-occupied eating the slice I gave her as a treat with her lunch.
I’ve already shared the Homemade Guacamole recipe with y’all before. The only thing I did different was I added some red onion to it this time.
And for fun, I added a little watercress to the sandwich also. Thanks to the hubs. He’s very understanding. When it was 10 o’clock at night and I wanted watercress he went out and got me some. Just so we could all enjoy those little green leaves making their glorious appearance in some of the pictures. Job well done hubs. Job well done.
I also learned how to wrap a sandwich professionally in either parchment paper or wax paper. I found a great tutorial here. Just in case you’re curious. Or have nothing better to do with your spare time. At least if this whole food blogging thing falls through I could probably get a job at a nice deli. As long as there’s bacon, I would probably be pretty content.
And I’m going to leave you with my leaning tower of BLTs. No tricks here. I literally stacked my sandwiches and snapped several pictures before they fell and smashed guacamole all over the place. The kids who were lined up to devour these for their lunches didn’t mind though.