Randy Mayor
Prep Time
39 Mins
4 servings (serving size: 1 sandwich)

Layer grilled chicken, feta cheese, and an olive- and tomato-topping for these fantastic dinner sandwiches. The tomato mixture also tastes wonderful when served on slices of toasted baguette as an appetizer.

How to Make It

Step 1

Combine first 7 ingredients in a small bowl. Add 2 teaspoons oil; toss gently to combine. Let stand 15 minutes.

Step 2

Prepare grill.

Step 3

Brush chicken evenly with remaining 1 tablespoon oil, and sprinkle with 1/4 teaspoon salt and pepper. Place chicken on a grill rack coated with cooking spray; grill 6 minutes on each side or until chicken is done. Remove from grill. Let stand 5 minutes before slicing thinly.

Step 4

Add cheese and remaining 1/4 teaspoon salt to tomato mixture; stir gently to combine. Arrange sliced chicken evenly on bottom halves of rolls. Top each serving with one-fourth of tomato mixture, and cover with top halves of rolls. Serve immediately.

Ratings & Reviews

acer824's Review

June 09, 2011
Love it! So easy to make. I bring just the tapenade to parties and always get rave reviews, its definitely my go-to dish!

TrishRed's Review

April 01, 2011
Love this sandwich. A lot of flavor and simple to prepare! Make it without the olives for my husband, add extra oregano to his.

speechick2's Review

February 03, 2011
Loved this. Great when you have a craving for feta. I toasted the buns on the grill and added onion to the tapenade. Will def. make again!

Sarah417k's Review

July 30, 2010
replaced the olives with red onion. excellent, everyone loved it

litgourmet's Review

June 10, 2010
Even better without the bread. Just serve the tapenade over the sliced chicken, or serve them together mixed into a salad. Easy and delicious.

chilipebs's Review

October 13, 2009
I hesitate to give this recipe only three stars, but it was in fact a "good, solid recipe." There was no wow factor for me, but I'll still probably make this again -- but in the summer when, in general, sandwiches for dinner seem to lend themselves best for warm evenings spent outside. Whether you eat this in October or July, it'll taste just the same. I enjoyed trying a new recipe.

JanetLBar's Review

June 12, 2009
Easy, healthy and very yummy! I agree w/someone else who said it tasted like a restaurant sandwich. I can't believe how easy it was too! I will say that I could not find Ciabatta rolls so I used sliced Ciabatta bread from the Publix bakery and it was great. My husband who doesn't care for tomotoes or olives even liked it because the blend of flavors and fresh herbs is so good. YUMMY!

TriciaS's Review

May 28, 2009
We LOVED these sandwiches!! Easy to make & very tasty. Only change to recipe leftout 1/4 t salt added to tomato mixture & substitued 1/4 t black pepper. Didn't need extra salt w/ balsamic vinegar already in mixture. Did make some dill mayo for bread. 1/4 c ff mayo, 1T lemon juice, 1 T minced garlic & 1/2 t dill weed. Served with fresh fruit. Wonderful!

Anne11's Review

March 12, 2009
Tomatoes are very important. I made this today; purchased heirloom tomatoes but they were not good. I think it would be better to go with red peppers or another personal choice of substitution for the tomatoes unless they are in season and very flavorable. With fresh, great tasting tomatoes I think this would be a 5.

AllisonMcCammon's Review

March 11, 2009
I served this to my weekly supper club, and it got rave reviews. Three people who didn't like olives at all still loved the dish. Chop the olives very finely, and they'll never know. I will definitely make again. It took no time at all to prepare. I served it with roasted potato wedges.