Thursday, February 18, 2010

Warm Chicken Sandwich

I have an old English muffin like Ciabata bread in my freezer for months. I was thinking of making a warm sandwich which I always like. I know I have a small piece of chicken breast being thawed overnight in the fridge, some sliced red onion, a whole avocado, shredded morzarella cheese, a bar of aged chedar cheese, backyard fresh parsley and red leaf lettuce. Sounds good right? It was the most fun cooking I have done, esembling, stacking and pressing down the sandwich.


1. Preheat the oven at 375 F. Drizzle extra virgin olive oil on the bread each side, sprinkle with salt and black pepper and bake it for 2-3 min.
2. Place the cheddar cheese first on the bread. Then the sliced avocado and 1st portion of chopped parsley. Then to cover it with shredded morzarella cheese. Squeeze some ketchup on top of the cheese on one side of the bread. Put back in the oven and bake for another 3 min until the cheese melted.
3. Chicken breast have to be seared with seasoning salt or garlic salt and olive oil on a pan on a medium high heat until each side little brown, say 3 min each side. At the same time, stir fried the sliced red onion and 2nd portion of chopped parsley in the same pan with the chicken until little brown.
4. Once done the chicken and onion, lay them on a plate to serve or starting to put all together to make a sandwich.

"Selamat Mencuba"

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