Super basic stuff - bacon, chicken, brown sugar & chili powder.
Cut your bacon & chicken up into bite-sized pieces.
Throw the bacon into a skillet & cook it until just about done.
Do not drain off the fat; add the chicken & chili powder.
Cook that, stirring occasionally, until the chicken is cooked through.
Add the brown sugar (& a little water, if necessary). Stir it around & cook until it is all incorporated & the sauce begins to thicken. Keep an eye on it, though - you don't want your sugar to burn or turn to toffee! Call it done after maybe 4-5 minutes.
Serve it up over some rice & enjoy!
Cook the bacon in a large skillet until nearly done. Don't drain. Stir in chicken & chili powder. Cook until cooked through. Add sugar & cook until dissolved & sauce begins to thicken, about 4-5 minutes. Be careful once the sugar is added not to let it turn to toffee. Add water to thin the sauce, but keep in mind the sauce is more of a coating. Serve over hot rice.
Source: Mandy's Recipe Box