The Best Sandwich I’ve Ever Had

This is my favorite sandwich.

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Ever.

I am not really a big sandwich person.  But offer me this one, and I’ll take it every time.

It’s the combination that does it.  This is how it’s assembled.

First, you have to have  bacon.  Because bacon is God’s food.  Two strips per sandwich.

Sliced grilled chicken. One grilled chicken breast will make two of these babies.  This is the perfect thing to make with leftover grilled chicken.

Two slices of soft wheat sandwich bread.  You are going to butter one side of it and grill it in a pan until golden brown and toasted.  This side of the bread will go inside of the sandwich, not outside.

The dressing.  Honey mustard. One tablespoon of mayo, 2 teaspoons of Dijon mustard, and 1 1/2 tablespoons of honey.  Mix well.

After you toast your bread, slather on some of your homemade honey mustard dressing.  Mind you to slather it on the toasted side.  The soft untoasted side will be what you bite into.

Break your bacon in half and layer it on the mustard.  Slice up your chicken and layer it on as well.

On the other side of your bread, layer some fresh sliced tomatoes (fresh grown in my backyard – Black Krims!), thinly sliced avocado, and some alfalfa sprouts.

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That’s it.  And I’m telling you.  It’s my favorite sandwich in the world.

Try it and tell me if I’m wrong.

I dare you.

Cooking with Love,

~Katie
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4 responses to “The Best Sandwich I’ve Ever Had

  1. Pingback: Meet Mama Foodie « Dishin and Dishes

  2. We are soulmates! I love Charleston’s! I forever curse the day they replaced the super-cheesy cheese bread with the honey croissants (even though I love the croissants- there’s room for both on the menu, right? Listen up Charleston’s! Bring back the cheesy bread! The salads are just not the same without it!)

  3. Fran J

    what a big yummy sandwich. I might skip the avocado and maybe add red onions, tho.

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