The chicken sandwiches of my youth were tasty, but boring. The chicken was boiled, broiled or baked. They were served on white bread or limp white toast with mayonnaise. The choice was limited to whether there would be a single lettuce leaf enhancing the appearance of the sandwich. Chicken sandwiches have changed for the better. They can be a part of exciting and varied sandwich meals.
Do you need some chicken sandwich ideas? Try several of these! Then, come to the Sandwiches Forum and let us know what kinds of sandwiches that you created.
*Ground chicken, cabbage, peanuts, garlic, ginger, sesame oil, and hot bean sauce in a carved sour dough bun.
*Smoked Swiss on rye with sliced chicken, mayo, romaine lettuce, and tomato.
*Onions, bell peppers, pineapple, chopped chicken, and watermelon chutney rolled in fresh garlic naan.
*Sliced baked chicken on a croissant with mango mayo.
*Orange-hoisin sauce glazed grilled chicken and mushrooms served in between crispy scallion pancakes.
*Ground chicken burger with honey mustard sauce on a soft home-made roll.
*Teriyaki white chicken with grilled pineapple and scallion on a toasted hamburger bun.
*Chicken, bacon, lettuce and tomato with provolone on wheat toast.
*Hawaiian BBQ pulled chicken sandwich.
*Dill sauce on cold chicken served on a sourdough bun.
*Havarti, smoked chicken, and cranberry Panini.
*Naan wrapped around boneless tandoori chicken with yogurt raita, onions, and lettuce.
*Diced chicken and shredded jalapeno cheese with greens and salsa in a crispy taco shell.
*Grilled chicken, bacon, spinach, and tomato dressed with mayo on sourdough.
*Teriyaki chicken, fresh spinach, tomato, chopped red onion, and vinaigrette in a wrap.
*Oven roasted chicken on rosemary ciabatta bread with Swiss cheese and ham.
*Artichoke hearts, chopped and mixed with Ranch type dressing, on a bun with grilled chicken.
*Lemon grilled chicken, with melted Swiss cheese on sourdough.
*Chicken on fresh rye bread with mayonnaise, butter lettuce, and thinly sliced tomato.
*Grilled chicken with lettuce, tomato, and honey mustard on ciabatta bread.
When you’re looking for a creative sandwich idea, look no farther than the BellaOnline Sandwiches Forum. We have sandwich ingredients and ideas for every taste. The Sandwiches Name Game has had over 300,000 views! Stop by and give us a peek.
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