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Chicken Po'boys are heaven on a bun.
Po'boys are a classic Louisiana staple. Made with a special french baguette, that's light and fluffy in the middle and crispy on the exterior, these sandwiches (according to Wikipedia) were originally made with scraps and given out for free to working-class men—hence the name poor boy. Usually made with seafood, or other local southern seafood, this rendition calls for a mix of light and dark meat. If you fancy mustard, we recommend coarse creole mustard which can probably be found at your local grocery store.
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Chicken Cordon Bleu is typically made by stuffing the ham and cheese inside the breast, but for the sake of this chicken cordon bleu sandwich—don't worry about it. Stacking the ham and cheese on top of the buns, popping it in the broiler, then adding fried chicken works perfectly and cuts your prep time (and potential mess-ups) in half.
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Imagine this chicken and waffle sandwich—a crunchy honey butter slathered waffle filled with crispy buttermilk fried chicken, drizzled in Sriracha maple syrup and topped with smokey bacon. We know, we know. It totally sounds like something out of a dream but wake up! Because this is real life and we're sharing the recipe right here.
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To us, a buffalo chicken sandwich is totally one of those seasonal foods that we only really think about during football season. We love how it's rich and creamy but also spicy and crispy. It's literally the perfect game day snack.
For our go-to version, we stick with this sandwich that's made with crispy buffalo fried chicken smothered in ranch and blue cheese, topped with carrots and arugula, and tucked in between a crisp and buttery toasted potato bun.Continue to 5 of 11 below.
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This ultimate chicken club sandwich is what happens when you transform a Cobb salad into a delicious fried chicken sandwich. Buttermilk fried chicken, fresh tomatoes, smokey bacon, creamy Colby jack cheese, pungent blue cheese, zesty ranch dressing, and fresh lettuce are all piled high on a buttered toasted pretzel bun.
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We did it. We developed the closest thing to a Chick-fil-a sandwich that's ever existed. Its got that sweet, buttery and crisp fried chicken flavor that's so reminiscent of this southern fast-food favorite. The toasted potato bun is light and airy and the pickles help cut through the richness of the sandwich. If you don't have a Chick-fil-a near you, or you do but don't want to contribute to their not-so-friendly ways, then this recipe is for you.
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Super crispy fried chicken and tangy homemade pickles, slathered with a hot and spicy pepper sauce are packed into a buttery biscuit. Can't stand the heat? No problem. Check out this chicken sandwich! (You can also leave the spicy peppers behind if you really can't handle the heat.)Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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With a kick from Sambal, a spicy Asian vinegary hot sauce paste, a hint of tartness from quick pickled cucumbers, and a pop of herbal freshness from cilantro, this chicken katsu steamed bun recipe results in one heck of a spicy chicken sandwich.
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How do you make a bacon, egg and cheese biscuit sandwich even more delicious? Add fried chicken, hot sauce, and honey.
Feel free to be lazy and used canned biscuits if you feel like it. There's so much good stuff on this biscuit sandwich—you truly can't mess it up.