Saturday, September 4, 2010

BBQ Chicken Hoagie

I picked up a rotisserie chicken at the grocery store today so that I can easily make some chicken and cheese flautas tomorrow.  My daughter loves the chicken legs, so she ate them for lunch.  I shredded the remaining chicken to cut down my work tomorrow...we are having my big brother over and cooking a Mexican feast.  There was way too much chicken for 20 flautas so I decided to make myself some lunch too.  I also bought hoagie buns for my kids' lunches next week.  You seriously don't need a recipe for this, but I wanted to share it since it was so tasty.  I love BBQ chicken.  I love chicken phillys.  I didn't have time to caramelize onions, but that would have made my sandwich complete.  Here's what I did.


1/4 cup shredded rotisserie chicken
Lite mayonnaise
BBQ sauce
Sweet or sour pickle slices
2 slices provolone cheese
Hoagie bun

Preheat oven broiler to 400 degrees.  Split hoagie bun in half.  Lay open face on foil lined baking sheet.  Spread mayonnaise on bottom piece of bread and butter on the top piece.  On the bottom bread, layer on the chicken, BBQ sauce, pickles, and provolone cheese.  Place sandwich in the oven and watch it (it will burn quickly if you walk away).  Broil until top is slightly toasted and provolone cheese is melted.  Remove from oven and enjoy.  Like I said, caramelized onions would have been excellent on this sammy too!!! Enjoy!

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