By Lori Mama on May 15, 2007
Photo by Andi of Longmeadow Farm
Photo by Andi of Longmeadow Farm
"This is from The Barefoot Contessa. I modified it a bit to suit my family's tastes."
Serving Size: 1 (133 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Perfect taste! The only change was the bread, I didn't have Ciabatta, so I used my homemade bun. Other then that used fresh ham, lovely chicken and of course the great Ceasar dressing- yum! Will make again, we're lucky to have one to photo, cause' I wanted to chow down. Made for Everyday is a Holiday!"
"This was scrumptious !!!! I just downsized the recipe because we were only 2. I found these mini Ciabatta breads at Super Target of all places which worked out perfectly because when cut in half it served the two of us. I had cooked the pancetta in the morning and made the dressing as well, then just brought everything to work and assembled there for lunch. I loved the taste the pancetta gave in this sandwich. I also buttered the bread before putting in the oven. When I grilled my chicken I had put a little bit of salt, pepper and Italian seasonings. But this was a great delicious sandwich and very filling. Thanks so much for sharing Lori I will be making this one again, we loved it."
"These were so good! Wrapped them up and took them for lunch on a hike. May have just been the outdoor air, but one of the best sandwiches ever!!! Bought pre-cooked sliced chicken breasts so they were super easy too!"
"Great sandwich! I made a few minor changes. I used french bread because my grocery store was out of Ciabatta bread. I buttered each half of bread before toasting it in the oven. Instead of chopped romaine, I used full leaves. I also used 4 chicken breasts. We all enjoyed this for dinner. Thank you for the recipe. Made for Every Day is a Holiday tag."
"Very nice sandwich! I doubled the garlic, used bacon, and used Italian bread (can't find ciabatta here) otherwise made as posted. Next time if I used the same bread, I would toast both sides of bread. Thanks Lori Mama for sharing. Made for Everyday is a Holiday."
"Very good! I substituted bacon for the pancetta since that is what I had. Everything else was the same. This is so good! Thanks for sharing."
"This was fabulous! I did have to make a few changes based on the fact that I couldn't find ciabatta last time at the store so we used an italian loaf and I also couldn't get pancetta so used proscuitto since we like that taste and it is similar. I also used spicy brown mustard as that is what I had on hand and I added a few things to the sauce to taste. It didn't really taste anything like caesar to us, but was great regardless. Definately a keeper!"
"We loved this. The mayo mixture was so full of flavor. I did add a little extra parsley because I chopped too much and didn't want to waste it. I browned strips of chicken on the stovetop and seasoned it with seasoned salt and some Greek Seasoning. Very flavorful and went well with the mayo mixture. I made Tish's recipe #29253 which really complimented this recipe. Thanks Lori for a great keeper."
"Wonderful Sandwich. I used regular bacon, didn't have pancetta... everything else exact. Served it on ciabatta rolls, which you can buy by the bags. Doubled this recipe to make for 8 and got great raves! The combination of Dijon and garlic, lemon juice and the parm was great by itself, I added a diced red onion to my sandwich and it was the bomb! TFS this great recipe. Another ZTW3 *Keeper* ~V"
"Delicious! I added some chopped green onions too!! I didn't mix the dressing in the food processor...just used a whisk."
"Made for a picnic today - and these were DELICIOUS! I halved the ingredients as there were just two of us, and I had made a few other goodies to take along! I also used ciabatta rolls - the pre-bake type that need finishing off in the oven - they worked perfectly. My only other substitution was to use Bayonne ham instead of Parma ham - but, they are very similar! Made for ZWT - however, I will be making these again! Thanks Lori!"