Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Honey Glazed Chicken Sandwich

Boneless chicken breast, olive oil, salt and black pepper
1/2 tbsp honey per chicken breast
Pinch of cayenne pepper for spicy version (optional)

1. Pour a little olive oil into a pan, and add in boneless chicken breast pieces. Season with salt and pepper. Cook on medium heat.
2. When chicken is just about done (should take about 7 minutes per side), drizzle honey on top of the chicken, flip it over, and turn the heat up. Add remaining honey to the other side of the chicken.
3. As the honey caramelizes, keep sliding (and flipping occasionally) the chicken around the pan to absorb all the syrup. You may need to add a little water if syrup becomes too thick. When the color of the chicken is a mix of golden and dark syrup, turn heat off and remove from pan.
4. Make a simple sandwich of honey-glazed chicken with tomato and lettuce. Use remaining honey syrup in pan as a sauce for the sandwich (if sauce is too thick to pour, add a little water and heat up again).

Source: blog.seasonwithspice.com via Dylaina on Pinterest

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