Thursday, January 11, 2007

Buffalo Chicken Sandwiches

My mother-in-law is taking us out to dinner tomorrow to celebrate my birthday so I there won't be any pizza for Pizza Friday. Since we're such fans of buffalo chicken pizza I decided to make buffalo chicken sandwiches tonight using the same ingredients I put on the pizza:

The chicken breasts were coated with Frank's hot sauce and then baked at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. I slathered the top and bottom of the roll with blue cheese dressing and some more Frank's, added a chicken breast and then melted mozzarella cheese on top. I finished the sandwich with a few pieces of lettuce (more for the pretense of being healthy then for any added texture or flavor) and dinner was served. This was one messy sandwich, but it was incredibly tasty. I love the way the kick from the hot sauce is mellowed by the tang of the blue cheese. And baking the chicken breasts ensures they remain moist.
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  1. How I wish I could eat hot things. I showed this to M Laz and he demanded you make it for us the next time we do dinner. I reminded him that I don't eat hot food and apparently...I suck. :)

  2. LOL...yup, you definitely suck. :P I could make these for us and something else for you if he was really that into it. Let me tell you, they were mighty tasty.

  3. I bought a fresh roll and some Franks, gonna make this tomorrow for lunch!!!

  4. D - awesome! I can't wait to hear if you like it. :)

  5. I think blogger ate my comment so I'm trying again (if the other one went through, I'm sorry!)

    I'm a long-time lurker. I love your pictures, they always make the food look so delicious! I think I stared at this picture for a full five minutes and I think I even drooled. It looks delicious! =]

  6. Katie - thanks for posting! And thanks for the compliment on my photos. :) Whenever I see this picture I start craving another sandwich.


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