Carl's jr. santa fe chicken
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Carl's jr. santa fe chicken
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:46:35 AM. Recipe ID 6926. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Carl's jr. santa fe chicken
 Categories: Chicken, Main dishes, Sandwiches, Meats
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
      2    Whole chicken breasts --
           Skinned -- boned,halved
      1 c  Teriyaki marinade (Lawry's
           Is best)
    1/4 c  Mayonnaise
    1/4 ts Paprika
    1/4 ts Cayenne pepper
    1/4 ts Curry powder
      1 pn Salt
      4    Whole-wheat hamburger buns
      4    Lettuce leaves
      1 cn Mild green chili peppers
           (4-ounce) -- well drained
      4 sl American cheese
 
  1.   Marinate the chicken in the teriayki marinade in a shallow bowl
  for 30 minutes. 2.   Preheat a clean barbecue to medium grilling
  heat. 3. Prepare the sauce in a small bowlby mixing the mayonnaise
  with the paprika, cayenne pepper, curry powder, and salt. 4. Grill
  the chicken for 5 to 8 minutes per side, or until done. 5. Brown the
  faces of each bun in a hot frying pan. 6. Spread a tablespoon of
  sauce on the faces of each bun, top and bottom. 7. On each bottom bun
  place a lettuce leaf, then a green chili pepper.
   You want the pepper to spread over most of the lettuce. To do this,
  slice the pepper down the middle oand spread it open so that it
  covers more territory. When sliced open like this, some peppers are
  big enough for 2 sandwiches. Some are much smaller and enough for
  only one sandwich. 8. Place one chicken breast half on each fo the
  sandwiches, on top of the chili pepper. 9. Place a slice of American
  cheese on the chicken. 10. Top it all off with the top bun. Makes 4
  sandwiches.
  
  




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Recipe ID 6926 (Apr 03, 2005)

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