the video for this one is a bit short since I was in a hurry, but it gets the point across (and has some unnecessarily dramatic music, so what’s not to love?):
Seasonings (lemon pepper, basil, parsley, tony’s, etc)
Step 1: Dice the onions and garlic and set them heating in olive oil.
Step 2: Chop the chicken up into small cubes, add it to the onions and garlic, and season to taste with various tasty seasonings.
Step 3: Cook your bacon. If you like it crispy, let it cook a little longer. If you prefer it less crispy, don’t cook it as long. Leave the bacon grease in the pan (that’s always a fun thing to write).
Step 4: Flatten out a small patty of ground beef and lay a little chicken, bacon, and cheese into the center. Fold the edges over and roll until all the filling is wrapped up tight. Mold the meatball into a square. It should look like a chicken, bacon, cheese Christmas present with ground beef wrapping paper (and it will taste like the best present you could possibly get).
Step 5: Fry the meatballs in the bacon grease until they are thoroughly cooked through, making sure to cook on each side of the square so you aren’t left with raw meat.
Step 6 (note: this is a VERY important step that I only realized AFTERWARDS): Wrap the meatballs with paper towel and gently squeeze to get rid of the excess greece. If you neglect this step, each bite you take will fill your mouth with greece—something that makes for a very unpleasant dining experience.
Step 7: Do some pushups to convert all that protein into beautiful muscle.