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Saturday, January 26, 2013

Sloppy Chicki-Joe's

Sloppy Chicki-Joe's

Estimated cooking/prep time combined: 15 minutes
Estimated cooking/prep time including the buns: 3 to 4 hours


  • ­ 4 Hamburger buns made from the "Traditional Roll Dough" recipe
    • Shaped to be 4 inches in diameter
    • One batch of dough makes 10 to 12 buns; depends on thickness
  • ­ 1 large can of Chicken chunks
  • ­ 4 to 6 oz of Colby Jack Cheese - Shredded
  • ­ 1 small sweet onion diced
  • ­ 2 teaspoons of Oregano spice
  • ­ 1 teaspoon of Apple Wood Smoked Salt
  • ­ 1-2 Tablespoons of Chives
  • ­ 2 Tablespoons of Canola Oil
First Step: In a frying pan, get Canola Oil heated at medium.
Second Step: Add onions to pan.
Third Step: As you are adding the chicken, be sure to break the chunks into shreds.
Fourth Step: Add Oregano, salt, and chives.
Fifth Step: After a few minutes, start stirring the mixture, flipping over sections and using edge of spatula to break up chunks further. Keep the mixture evenly spread on the pan.
Sixth Step: Once the onions are starting to turn transparent, add the cheese to the even mixture evenly. Reduce heat to low.
Seventh Step: Take halved buns and pop in toaster on bagel setting - slightly brown the inner sides.
Eighth Step: Once the layer of cheese is melted on top of the chicken/onion mixture, you can begin adding parts of the layer to your buns.
Ninth Step: With the recently toasted bun, carefully pick up a section at a time to add to a bun.
Tenth Step: Cut sandwich in half and serve hot.

These were really easy to slap together and DELICIOUS!!! Enjoy :)

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