How do you master the art of the perfect chicken sandwich?
I’ll tell you the truth. I’ve never tried to make one. So many restaurants make delicious chicken sandwiches, I’ve never felt the need to make one of my own.
The ultimate chicken sandwich was born. And you’ll never want another fast food substitute again.
What you’ll need:
- Thin-cut chicken cutlets
- Pepper jack cheese
- Ranch seasoning
- Smidge of butter
Fry some slices of bacon. Get it crispy.
While the bacon cooks, prep your chicken and coat it in ranch seasoning. I used about half a packet, maybe less. But sure to give it a coat of black pepper, too.
Sauté the chicken in the bacon grease. Yep, in the bacon grease. You’ll like it. I promise.
Turn on the broiler, and butter the hamburger buns. Broil until butter is melted and buns are toasted.
Once the chicken is cooked completely, place a few slices of bacon on the chicken and top it with a slice of pepper jack cheese. Put a lid on your pan so the cheese can get melty.
Assemble the sandwich. I topped my chicken, bacon and pepper jack cheese sandwich with shredded lettuce, thinly sliced tomatoes and fresh avocado.
I made some fried potatoes to serve as my Southern “French fries.”
Nobody at the table complained.
It’s a messy, delicious sandwich. You won’t be sorry you made it.