Dijon Chicken Sandwiches

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Saturday lunch at our house can be  a boring proposition at best, scary at worst. Even though I’m big on having a meal plan, something tends to happen to Saturday lunch. Even if I had something planned, it often doesn’t happen. Not sure why. So, it’s usually a “good luck” meal, sometimes it’s sandwiches again. Imagine my husband’s excitement when one Saturday afternoon I presented him with this sandwich!

Dijon Chicken Club Sandwiches

And mine, at having found a delicious lunch option for any day, but a fabulous treat for Saturday afternoons!

Grilled Dijon Chicken Sandwiches

Bacon, beautiful hearty bread, a hot grill… feels like a restaurant in here!

It’s really easy to make, the directions are below in the printable recipe.
I adapted this recipe from home is where the holmans are. Not that it wasn’t perfect just like it was. I couldn’t find smoked mozzarella so I got smoked provolone and it was delicious. And, because I’m a little bit cheap, I figured we could get 3 sandwiches out of 2 chicken breasts. I guess that all depends on the size of the bread and the chicken. You’ll have to use your judgement.

If memory serves, I think we had sliced apples with these.  Apples go with chicken, bacon, and cheese so why not?

Dijon Chicken Sandwiches
 
Serves: 3
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Warm, crispy, cheesy, bacony,yummy lunch!
Ingredients
  • 6 slices hearty whole grain bread
  • 3 slices smoked parmesan cheese
  • 6 slices bacon
  • 2 pieces of Dijon chicken
  • 3 tsp Dijon mustard
Instructions
  1. Cook bacon and drain on a paper towel.
  2. Slice chicken breasts (against the grain) into thin slices.
  3. To assemble each sandwich:
  4. Spread mustard on one slice of bread.
  5. Layer one piece of cheese and 2 pieces of bacon, cut to fit, on top of the mustard.
  6. Add several slices of chicken.
  7. Top with another piece of bread and lightly butter it.
  8. Grill, buttered side down, until golden. (Butter the top piece before it needs to be flipped.)
  9. Flip and grill the other side until golden.
  10. Get someone to play a drumroll as your cutting this into diagonal sections of pure mouth-watering yum.

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