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Beer Marinated Chicken Sandwich

apples add crunch

  • Gallon Plastic Sealed Bag
  • 1 Package Chicken Breasts (flattened)
  • 1 Bottle Ale Beer
  • ½ of Roasted Potatoes Seasoning Mix Package (1.25oz)
  • 2 Cut Up Granny Smith Apples
  • Flour Tortillas
  • Hickory Brown Sugar Barbecue Sauce
  1. Use meat tenderizer to flatten chicken breasts.
  2. Put meat into gallon plastic bag.
  3. Pour beer into bag.
  4. Seal bag and refrigerate overnight.
  5. Next day, take chicken out and sprinkle with roasted potatoes seasoning mix.
  6. Take back of spoon and push seasoning into the chicken.
  7. Heat up stainless steel frying pan, medium heat.
  8. Add oil to pan and then add chicken.
  9. While the chicken is cooking, spread barbecue sauce on tortillas.
  10.  Flip chicken over to finish cooking.
  11. Arrange cut up apples onto tortillas.
  12. When chicken is finished cooking take it out of pan and cut up into strips.
  13. Put chicken pieces on tortillas.
  14. Add extra barbecue sauce if needed.

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About Author Colleen Green

I’m an amateur chef who is passionate about cooking and baking. I’m a writer of romance suspense and also love to read. In order to share my passion about cooking and reading I started The Dayton Book-n-Cook Club. It is about developing friendships by talking about books we love and sharing our favorite food recipes. For more info go to http://www.colleengreen.info. The active part of activeamateurchef represents how I actively promote Dayton businesses. Contact: colleen_grn@yahoo.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/ColleenPGreen

Discussion

3 thoughts on “Beer Marinated Chicken Sandwich

  1. this tastes GREAT! trust me.

    Posted by Jay Worthen | May 23, 2011, 3:53 am
  2. Oh wow, a chef! I can’t even begin to tell how that so not describes me 🙂 But I will say that every now and then, I’ll get on the web and try a recipe. My son’s a chef but he doesn’t like cooking for me. Likes to show off for other people 🙂 I’m a vegetarian, so I’ll be looking for vegetable dishes and if it’s easy enough, I’m gonna try it for sho.’ 🙂

    Posted by totsymae1011 | July 17, 2011, 12:00 am

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