Hawaiian BBQ Chicken Sandwich

Saturday, January 17, 2009

So this is my favorite chicken sandwich! The sweetness of the pineapple and spiciness of the BBQ sauce is irresistible! I don’t put any cheese on mine but you could add a slice of cheese if you want. Speaking of spicy, I have a funny story! We took the boys to get ice cream at ColdStone, their favorite ice cream shop! When we parked I told Justin I would just wait in the car, I wasn’t going to get any ice cream. Justin leans over to kiss me bye and Abbott (our 7-year-old) says “So, are you guys going to make out or are we going to go get ice cream?”. Abbott is one spicy guy, he cracks us up!

Buns (we prefer Sara Lee White Bakery Buns found in the hamburger bun aisle at our supermarket)
Skinless boneless chicken breast
Olive or vegetable oil
Salt and pepper
BBQ sauce
Pineapple slices

Follow the same cooking directions as the Cajun Chicken Sandwich. Flatten the chicken breast and salt and pepper both sides. Put a tablespoon of oil in a skillet on high heat. When the skillet is hot add the chicken and let it cook 2-4 minutes on each side. When the chicken is done take it out and smother it with BBQ sauce. I put the pineapple slices in the hot skillet to warm them. Put the BBQ chicken and pineapple slices on toasted buns and serve!


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