Chicken Sandwich – similar to Chick-Fil-A?

Recipe day!  I have not made this for a couple of weeks because of the diet but I thought I would share it with everyone anyways.

My husband is a Chick-Fil-A fanatic. He loves their chicken sandwiches but they are not always in the budget.  One day he spent an afternoon finding a recipe that claims to be a chick-fil-a sandwich recipe. I don’t buy it but they are still good and EASY to make.

First get a skillet.  I have a deep electric skillet.  It works wonderfully!

1 egg
1 cup of milk
2 skinless, boneless chicken breasts halved.  – I sometimes use four halved and it works
1 cup flour
2 1/2 teaspoons powdered sugar
1 tablespoon salt  (The recipe called for two tablespoons but that turned into a salt-tastrophe.  YUCK)
1/2 teaspoon pepper
3 cups peanut oil
hamburger buns

Mix together the egg and milk.  Place the chicken in the milk mixture and let is sit for at LEAST and hour.

While the chicken in soaking mix together the flour, sugar, and pepper

When the chicken is done, dredge it in flour.  Sometimes, I will dredge and then put it back in the milk bath and then re-dredge.  Ya know, just to get more fat in there.

Make sure the Peanut Oil is at 375.  Also make sure you are not an idiot like me and wear an apron. Oil splatters in case you didn’t know.

Put the chicken in the heated oil and cook until it is golden brown! 

Voila! Yummy chicken sandwich.

NOW – I learned this recently from the  Pioneer Woman’s sloopy joes recipe, butter you buns and lightly toast them on a griddle.  OH.MY.GOSH. It is so good.

Try it soon! 


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