How to Make Grilled Chicken Sandwich
- Warm up the grill to medium heat 350° to 450° F. Take a medium-sized bowl and add chicken. Coat the chicken with oil, salt, and spices.
- Flipping once, allow the chicken to grill, for about 6 minutes or until the chicken is no longer pink in center.
- Grill the roll halves for about 1 minute or to the point they are toasted and grill marks appear.
- Blend together mayonnaise and blue cheese, and dispense 1 full tablespoon on the cut sides of each roll.
- Pull together the sandwiches with chicken, lettuce, and tomato.
- John Montagu was a British statesman who succeeded his granddad Edward Montagu, in 1729 at 10 years old. John's credited with imagining a lunch comprising of slapping a flawless filling between two cuts of bread. Legend has it that amid an overnight gambling occasion, Montagu requested his workers/servants to put the meat from his dinner between two cuts of bread, so he could hold it in one hand and keep playing without getting his cards all oily.
- The Americans eat more than three million sandwiches every day
- The longest chicken sandwich at ever made was an astonishing 735 meters.