Savory Sunday: Sandwiches June 25, 2017

Buffalo Chicken Sandwiches

1 package (3.35 lb) boneless skinless chicken thighs (about 14 thighs)
1 3/4cups Frank’s™ RedHot™ Buffalo Wings Sauce
1 English (seedless) cucumber
12 large sandwich buns, split
3/4 cup crumbled blue cheese
Spray 3 1/2- to 4-quart slow cooker with cooking spray. Place chicken in cooker. Pour 1 cup of the Buffalo wing sauce over chicken. Cover; cook on Low heat setting 7 to 8 hours.
Remove chicken from cooker; place in medium bowl. Place strainer over another medium bowl. Strain juices from cooker; skim fat from juices. Reserve 1 1/2 cups juices. Stir chicken to separate into pieces. Return chicken to cooker; stir in reserved juices. Increase heat setting to High. Cover; cook about 15 minutes or until thoroughly heated.
Meanwhile, cut cucumber in half crosswise. With vegetable peeler, cut 1 strip of peel lengthwise from 1 cucumber half; discard strip that is mostly peel. Continue cutting thin strips lengthwise from cucumber, making about 18 strips. Repeat with other half of cucumber. Set strips aside.
Fill each bun with 1/2 cup chicken mixture, about 3 strips of cucumber, 1 tablespoon of the remaining wing sauce and 1 tablespoon blue cheese.
 Carful sandwich may be hot, remember to blow. 😉
This sandwich is one that I have made personally minus the tomatoes and lettuce, although next time I might need to add the lettuce. It also is one of the recipes that I put in my book A Fighter’s Heart.
Grilled Cheese Sandwich with Turkey
2 Slices of bread
(your choice)
2 slices of cheese
(your choice)
2-4 slices of turkey
(or any other lunch meat)
Any veggies of your choice
Cooking Spray or Butter
Assemble your sandwich with the slices of cheese on the bread.
Warm your frying pan, spraying it with your cooking spray or the butter and wait for it to melt.
Place the sandwich inside the pan, letting the side brown. Once browned, flip to other side and wait for it to brown.
Keep flipping if you want your cheese to be completely melted. (That’s the way I like it.)
After cheese has melted plate.
Eat and enjoy.
Carful sandwich may be hot, remember to blow. 😉
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