4 Reviews

These were very interesting, just the meat was a tad bland for me. We used chicken burgers that we seasoned with Lawrys salt, seasoned pepper and garlic powder. Used all the toppings except tomato and had it on a toasted bun. One side spread with ajvar and the other with Del Rancho Garlic Dressing . I think I would look for bolder seasonings next time for the chicken, but there will be a next time.

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Michelle S. October 29, 2009

I was wondering what to have for dinner, when I came upon your recipe and realized I had all the ingredients. I sprinkled the chicken breasts with seasoned salt & pepper after I'd pounded them somewhat flat. It is a delicious sandwich! My family really enjoyed these! Thanks!

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ccasharon October 13, 2009

oh so good! i had an idea to make this dish myself & came to recipezaar to see if anyone else had tried it....thanks to sue l i decided to make aioli instead of plain mayo...outstanding!! haha...i just realized i used a sue l recipe!! the sage aioli for Mesa Burgers With Sage Aioli and Spicy Chips went so great with the chicken & red pepper!! i didnt use swiss but pepper jack & no avacado. what a yummy sandwich!!

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catalinacrawler December 11, 2008

This was quite good! I used muenster cheese on mine since I had that on hand and wanted to use it up. I didn't care for plain mayo on this, however, as I found it to be just a tad bland. I wish I had remembered that I had some nice frozen pesto cubes in the freezer because I would have mixed a bit of that with the mayo. Either that or mix the mayo with some minced chipotles. Just to make the flavor shine. Thanks for posting!

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Sue Lau November 19, 2004
Chicken Breast With Roasted Red Pepper Sandwich