#47 How do you like your chicken sandwich filling?
Cold, hot, with sauce, salad style, with fresh vegetables or without... So many ways to make and enjoy chicken sandwich, and they're all good.
I just posted a recipe for chicken salad sandwich in the blog, and I figured I might as well do a round-up of some of my favorite ways to make a chicken sandwich.
Not my mother’s chicken salad sandwich - My mother didn't add vegetables to her chicken salad. Just chicken, mayo, salt and pepper. I like to add celery, bell peppers, onion and sweet pickle relish. Get the recipe.
Air fried lemongrass chicken banh mi - In this version of the iconic Vietnamese sandwich, chunks of air fried chicken marinated in minced lemongrass, garlic, shallots, fish sauce and honey take center stage. Get the recipe.
Chicken BBQ sandwiches - Got extra BBQ sauce? Turn plain shredded chicken breast meat into a moist and tasty filling for these chicken BBQ sandwiches. Pack for a picnic or enjoy as a light summer lunch. Get the recipe.
More recipes for snacks in the blog
Blooming bread with bacon and cheese - A loaf of bread is cross-cut, stuffed with cheese, drizzled with melted butter and filled with crispy bacon before it goes into the oven and baked until the cheese melts and the bread is lightly toasted. Get the recipe.
Enoki mushroom tempura - Floured enoki mushrooms are dipped in a thin batter made with rice flour and aonori, deep fried until golden and crisp, and served with spicy mayo for dipping. Get the recipe.
Fast and easy cheesy bacon fries - Frozen fries from the grocery are cooked in the air fryer then smothered with cheese sauce, crumbled crispy bacon and thinly sliced scallions. A real crowd pleaser. Get the recipe.
Garlic butter noodles with honey and gochujang - Sweet, sour, salty and packed with heat, this spicy meatless mushroom and noodle dish can be cooked in 15 minutes flat. Enjoy for breakfast, snack, lunch or dinner. Cook extra for second and third helpings. Get the recipe.
Loaded toast with creamed spinach and bacon, and cheese - Moisten dry old bread with butter, bacon fat, cream and melted cheese. This loaded toast is fast enough to make for breakfast or a snack, but feel free to allot two to three slices of bread per person for a full lunch or dinner. Get the recipe.