Recipe by Shawn C
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BK_grilled_chicken_sandwiches. The original BK broiler was served with a dill ranch sauce and on a oat dusted bun. Some say it had mayonnaise- So use which one you remember! one chicken breast produces 2 sandwiches. You can use a wheat bun that has oats on top or just use a sesame seed bun like on the whopper and use which sauce you remember. it would be easy just to add dill to your ranch dressing, but I personally don't think it makes a difference.
Top Review by xDAVEx
I've been marinating my chicken this way for years! Its great. Who wudda thunk that marinating in water would make it so moist and tender. PS its mayonnaise not ranch (how I remember). But ranch sounds like it might be good. It says something to the thick skulled executives at Burger King when people are copying a recipe that they discontinued. BK used to be the best until they launched the BK broiler and changed their fries.
- 2 boneless skinless chicken breasts, filleted thin and pound flat
- 4 hamburger buns (of choice)
- chopped lettuce
- 1⁄4 cup ranch salad dressing
- tomatoes, slices
- 3⁄4 cup water
- 1 tablespoon hickory smoke barbecue sauce (I prefer kraft)
- 1 dash pepper, oregano, onion powder
Directions See How It's Made
- make marinade in medium bowl.
- pound chicken filets flat between saran wrap.
- marinate chicken for at the very least 4 hours (overnight is the desired of course for maximum flavor).
- heat grill on high heat and grill chicken 3-4 minutes per side over a medium heat, mindful of flare ups.
- toast buns slightly (remember @ bk they go through on a little conveyer belt).
- spread your ranch on the top bun (or mayo if you prefer) then put lettuce and tomatoes (about 2 slices per bun). add your hot grilled chicken and serve.
- **i actually remember eating these with a little ranch on the side to dip in**.