Monday, April 28, 2014

52 sandwiches #32: chicken + cheddar flatbread

"What the random? 52 sandwiches on Monday?" If you're an avid reader, you may be asking yourself these questions. (I usually post my current sandwich for my 52 sandwiches project on Thursday for those of you just tuning in). This Thursday, however, is the first of May, and I will be posting my goals for the month. Look at me planning ahead and being on top of stuff. (Type A personality all the way).

On to the sandwich! (My enthusiasm looks like this). Let me preface this sandwich by saying, this is the sandwich you want to make. If you don't make any of them, if this sandwiches project is boring you (what??!), put your obvious delusion aside, and make this sandwich. It's, like, one of the best. (Admittedly, I have so many favorites. I made this one over the weekend. It's also finger licking good).

I'll stop rambling, and get right to it. This sandwich was inspired by this sandwich at Panera.
52 sandwiches #32: chicken + cheddar flatbread
For this sandwich, I spread mayo on flatbread. Panera used a chipotle spread. I used regular, light mayo (and the rest of the chipotle mayo I had on hand which wasn't very much. . . I had to take my butter knife and scrape that thing clean. Do you do that? Sometimes I say, "It's not worth it. Throw it away!" But I always feel guilty to be wasteful. I have condiment and dressing containers turned upside down in my fridge as we speak). Where was I? So, I spread a mayo concoction on my flatbread. Then, I layered deli chicken slices, tomato slices, cheddar cheese, and cooked turkey bacon. Then, I used my panini maker to lightly toast this sandwich.
52 sandwiches #32: chicken + cheddar flatbread
Did you see all that melted deliciousness in the picture? If that doesn't convince you, I don't know what will.
52 sandwiches #32: chicken + cheddar flatbread
I have to add, I've been eating my sandwiches with a side of sweet potato wedges. I may never eat regular potato wedges again. They're so good.  

** I am attempting to make 52 sandwiches. Read more about how this project got started here. See all the sandwiches I've made so far here.**

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