Especially liked the chipotle, mayo, apricot preserve spread on this sandwich. Served it as a traditional sandwich instead of open face. Will be making again for sure.
Open-Faced Apricot-Chipotle Chicken Club
BeckiSue Posted: 03/24/13
mbusque Posted: 03/23/13
Quick and delicious meal!
julie64 Posted: 05/04/13
Delish! Didn't have any chipotle chilis so used chipotle chili powder - family raved! Just the right amount of heat. Hubs already asked me to make it again!
daneanp Posted: 05/17/13
These were good but the family didn't like them open-faced. Too messy. Flavor was spot on but next time I'll leave the chicken slices larger and the bacon strips halved vs. crumbled and put a top slice on it. Maybe a little sliced red onion would be good too...
jmeleeS Posted: 04/09/13
Made this sandwich for an easy weekend lunch - it truely came together in about 20 minutes from start to finish (including shredding a rotisserie chicken from the store). I served as a traditional sandwich using some leftover whole wheat hamburger buns, but otherwise made no subsitutions. Overall, my husband and I both gobbled our sandwiches, washed them down with ice cold beers and topped off the meal with some fruit - great springtime / summer meal. I would absolutely recommend only doing 2 tbsp (maybe even a bit less) of the preserves as a little sweet goes a long way. I will absolutely be making again; enjoy!
Jwelling Posted: 04/11/13
We really enjoyed this! I felt like it could hold more veggies though.
kkparsons Posted: 07/15/13
These were really good - the chipotle apricot mayo spread really makes the sandwich.
LDombeck Posted: 06/20/14
I don't do open faced sandwiches too much b/c my kids can't eat them without getting frustrated, so we just had them closed. The chipotle can be a bit spicy for kids, but the adults liked it. Came together quick and was very tasty.