Farm Sandwich on Sourdough

Farm Sandwich on Sourdough

  • Servings: 2
  • Difficulty: cinch
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Farm Sandwich on Sourdough


Our fridge went out last week and after several repair appointment snafus and one failed self repair by me, we ended up on a 7 day sandwiches and grilling cycle. We finally said to heck with it and bought a new one because we were tired of living out of coolers and getting ice etc…

This sandwich highlights just about every animal in a typical farm. We have goat cheese, cheddar, chicken, bacon and veggies on sourdough bread.

Ingredients (2 sandwiches):
2 chicken breast (brined in salt path with Tabasco)
2 strips of crispy roasted bacon
2 tbs of Goat cheese
slice of cheddar on each (had to work the cow into it)
2 tbs of roasted red peppers
2 tbs of chipotle peppers
Bibb lettuce
Handful of cherry tomatoes
Dukes Mayo
Pinch of cumin

1. Fire up the grill and take your brined chicken and slice it thinly. Salt and pepper with a touch of cumin.
2. Roast some bacon in a 375 oven for about 40mins or microwave if you don’t have the time. Jill demands crispy.
3. In a skillet make a tomato jam by cutting your cherry tomatoes in half and put them in a medium heated skillet. Salt and pepper lightly and cook down into a paste.
4. Take your goat cheese, chipotle pepper and roasted red peppers and whip it until fully combined. Use a food processor if you want to wash it for such a small amount of spread.
5. We broiled our sourdough and decided on crunchy side out to fully shred the insides of our mouths. Sometimes I go toasted side in and sometimes out.
6. Dukes mayo on the bottom topped with tomato jam. Top side gets the goat cheese spread. Slice your chicken on the bias and add your bacon, cheddar and bibb lettuce. Enjoy with some Sriracha spiced chips.

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