This was AMAZING! And fast! Two things I love most. The combination of flavors was perfect and it was a great dinner. I may hollow out the bread a little next time so that everything will smoosh in better, but otherwise I wouldn't change a thing. I also think I could use a variety of cheeses in this, blue, Parmesan, even feta. I plan on making this again next week as a picnic lunch! This will definitely be on my rotation of regular menus.
Chicken-and-Brie Sandwich with Roasted Cherry Tomatoes
GramercyGal Posted: 02/21/10
FoodieSandi Posted: 11/01/10
So good! Takes a little time to make, but definitely worth it. I have also made this without the chicken for a vegetarian friend, just added a little extra cheese. A big hit!
Katieusc Posted: 03/15/11
made this recipe exactly as instructed and would make it again and again (though next time I'll know it's not necessarily a fast recipe to do!). I used leftover roasted chicken and purchased a baguette from the grocery store that was perfectly soft inside and had a nice crunch on the outside. I loved the mayo mixture!
EPMaxwell Posted: 06/03/09
This sandwich is fabulous! I used a rotisserie chicken and it worked perfectly. I also used ciabatta bread but next time I'll do the french. Can't wait to have it again. Served with roasted sweat potatoes & onions (a cooking light all-time favorite recipe). Would definitely recommend!!!
boit70 Posted: 09/17/09
I used a rotisserie chicken breast, and made two substitutions: plum tomatoes for the cherry ones and baby lettuce mix for the spinach. this was incredibly tatsy. the whole family loved it
maggieelms Posted: 07/17/11
This is an outstanding recipe. I prepare this when I want to impress company and don't want to work in the kitchen all day. It is easy especially if you use a rotisserie chicken from your local store. Great for a summer dinner with a fruit salad.
laegnome Posted: 12/12/11
Delicious! An amazing blend of flavors and textures! I used leftover roast chicken, so everything we really fast and easy. Delicious!
mandofan Posted: 01/26/12
Sooooo good. One important thing...don't overshred the chicken.
gr8cooker Posted: 09/05/13
I was really looking forward to tasting this as the components sounded fabulous. I did hollow out the loaf slightly or else we wouldn't have been able to get our mouths around the sandwich. However, it was a sloppy mess. Were my tomatoes too juicy? Was my brie too ripe? Regardless, I think dressing the spinach with the balsamic and oil was moisture overkill. And too many strong condiment flavors (mayo, dijon, garlic, balsamic) in competition with rather than complementary to each other. I'll try again, but fiddle around with the flavoring combos.