Top-ranked recipe named "Chick-Fil-A Chicken Sandwich"
Try this Chick-Fil-A Chicken Sandwich recipe, or contribute your own. "Egg" and "Sandwiches" are two tags used to describe Chick-Fil-A Chicken Sandwich.
"I used frozen, breaded chicken patties and baked them to save time. Served them on "slider buns" so the chicken was larger than the bun. They were a hit both times I served them."- promfh
1) Heat oil in a pressure cooker over med. heat to about 400 F. 2) In small bowl, beat egg and stir in milk. 3) In separate bowl, combine dry ingreds.-mix well. 4) Dip each piece of chicken in milk until it is fully moistened. 5) Roll moistened chicken in flour mixture untill completely coated. 6) Drop all 4 chicken pcs. into hot oil and close pressure cooker. When steam starts shooting through the pressure release, set timer for 3 1/2 min. 7) While chicken is cooking, spread a coating of melted butter on face of each bun. 8) When chicken is done, remove from oil and drain on paper towels. Place two pickles on each bottom bun; add a chicken breast, then the top bun. Yield: 4 sandwiches It is very important that oil be hot for this recipe. Test the temperature by dropping some of the flour coating into the oil. If it bubbles rapidly, your oil is probably hot enough. It should take abt. 20 min. to heat up. To make a "deluxe" chicken sandwich, simply add two tomato slices and a leaf of lettuce. Mayonaise also goes well on this sandwich--it is a side order at the restaurant. Source: "Top Secret Recipes" by Todd Wilbur
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ryeanmiles 1 year agoYummy yummy in my tummy and im gonna save money by making this too! Excellent.
Eclipse28 1 year agoVery close...very good I used a deep fryer @375 for 8-10minutes
Mirandita718 3 years agoWe loved this recipe! I didn't have a pressure cooker so just fried them but it was great!!! Thanks for posting.
promfh 4 years agoI used frozen, breaded chicken patties and baked them to save time. Served them on 'slider buns' so the chicken was larger than the bun. They were a hit both times I served them.