The mcranch bar-b-que chicken sandwich
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The mcranch bar-b-que chicken sandwich
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:26:38 AM. Recipe ID 61152. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: The mcranch bar-b-que chicken sandwich
 Categories: Barbeque, Sandwiches, Chicken
      Yield: 6 Servings
 
      4    Boned chicken breasts
      1 c  Of barbecue sauce (whatever
           -you like)
  1 1/2 c  Of whole wheat flour or any
           -standard chicken
           Breading
      4 tb Butter
      4 tb Oil
           Barbecue spice (available at
           -any store)
      4    Fresh high quality kaiser
           -rolls
      8    Tomato slices
      4 lg Washed lettuce leaves
 
  Slightly flatten chicken breasts with mallet or meat cleaver.
  Submerge the breasts in barbecue sauce, cover and refrigerate for 12
  hours. Remove breasts from marinade and throw away the marinade. (It
  contains chicken blood and uncooked juices).  Wipe excess barbecue
  sauce from breast, shake barbeque spice on both sides of the breast
  and roll in flour or breading. Be sure that the flour or breading
  completely covers the chicken so that no frying oil can sneak in and
  get on the chicken. Heat butter and oil in a straight-sided frying
  pan and saute the floured chicken breast until cooked.  About 2 1/2
  minutes per side should do it. Press the chicken breast with your
  finger. If the flesh feels soft and slightly mushy, it isn't cooked
  through yet. If the flesh feels firm and bounces back, it is done and
  ready to eat. Serve open face on toasted kaiser rolls, garnish with
  lettuce and tomato slices. Serve with barbecue sauce on the side for
  dunking.
  
  ARAPAHOE RANCH - Boulder, CO.
 




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Recipe ID 61152 (Apr 03, 2005)

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