01 of 04
There's nothing quite like a fried chicken and biscuit sandwich. It's crispy, rich, comforting, and it's probably known as one of the best sandwiches that's ever existed. The fried chicken in this dish is doused with a hot honey which adds a sweet and spicy depth that is completely irresistible. And when it's all piled on top of a buttery biscuit, you'll understand why it's the perfect meal for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
This sandwich was inspired by one of my favorite fried chicken and biscuit sandwiches from Heavy Woods in Brooklyn, NY.
02 of 04
Flaky biscuits, smokey fried ham, buttery muenster cheese and sweet honey butter makes these miniature Southern sandwiches perfect for picnics, parties, and/or feeding a hungry group of people. Each bite is packed with Southern goodness and the heart shape adds an extra layer of fun. I recommend serving them with mimosas and a few of your favorite hot sauces.
They're best made fresh, but you can make them a day in advance as long as they're kept cool in the refrigerator.
03 of 04
Rich, creamy and irresistible pimento cheese is piled on top of a flaky buttery biscuit with a few slices of salty-sweet country fried ham, bright and flavorful pickled red onions, and earthy and vibrant bright green scallions. It's comfort food at its finest and it's bite sized so you don't have to feel guilty!
These little tea-time sandwiches are the perfect appetizer for baby showers, luncheons, or when you just really need to sit on the couch and binge eat until you're satiated. And although this recipe only makes one sandwich, I prefer to serve these by the dozen with a few pitchers of mimosas or bloody marys.
If you're vegetarian, leave out the pan-fried country ham and try adding a thick slice of salted tomato or some herbed buttermilk dressed greens.
04 of 04
Did you ever think that a handheld sausage gravy and biscuit sandwich existed? Neither did I until I realized that I had 10 pounds of venison sausage in my freezer and desperately needed to get rid of it. And voila! That's how this breakfast sandwich was born.