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Hawaiian Grilled Chicken Sandwiches

Grilled chicken topped with bacon, cheese, grilled pineapple, slathered with my special sauce (see recipe below) all on a toasted Ciabatta bun; this sandwich gets my family running to the table every time! Hawaiian Grilled Chicken SandwichAs the lazy days of summer slip away and the busy schedule of the school year returns Tyson® Fresh Chicken makes it more than easy for me to gather my family together around the table; with their boneless skinless chicken options, the possibilities are quick, easy and endless!   I’m telling you: grilled chicken sandwiches always send my family running to the table! Tyson Fresh Chicken gives you helpful tools and resources to make meal planning easy for you and your family.         Hawaiian Grilled Chicken SandwichTyson All Natural* Fresh Chicken is the next best thing to fresh off the farm. It’s all natural with no added hormones or steroids** and arrives at your store fresh, delivered within days from leaving the farm!   Hawaiian Grilled Chicken SandwichTyson Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast makes it so easy for me to come home from the store and have dinner on the table in no time!  I can either quick toss the chicken on the grill, or in the oven, or cut it up for an easy stir-fry.  Sometimes I will cut chicken breasts in half when making sandwiches because 1. it stretches the dinner dollar and 2. it allows the chicken to fit on the bun. Grilled chicken sandwiches are one of our favorite ways to get everyone to the table together on busy nights.  I lay out all the topping options buffet style, and everyone makes it to his or her liking!   We give thanks for our blessings; chow down on our sandwiches, and then dash out the door to whatever event, practice, or game is on the schedule that night!     Hawaiian Grilled Chicken SandwichHonestly it’s the special sauce that makes this chicken sandwich stand apart from all the others!!   It’s easy to make, and it goes great on just about  any sandwich or use it as a dipping sauce for these.     Hawaiian Grilled Chicken Sandwich Come to Momma!  Truth be told, I usually have a pool of special sauce on my plate that I dip my sandwich in before each bite.  I’m a saucy gal.  In case you didn’t know!   Hawaiian Grilled Chicken Sandwich On busy nights one of my tricks for getting my family to the table is to give them a buffet of options, it’s never fancy.  Whether is grilled chicken sandwiches, taco night, salad bar, or chicken chili with toppings; I just pull everything out of the refrigerator on to the counter and let them assemble to their tastes.


Hawaiian Grilled Chicken Sandwich
recipe makes 6 sandwiches
3 Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts, cut in half
salt and pepper
6 slices canned Pineapple, grilled
olive oil
1 medium Red Onion, sliced thin
6 slices Provolone Cheese
6 slices cooked Bacon, cut in half
6 Ciabatta Buns, sliced and toasted

Wasabi Mayo
1/3 cup mayonnaise
1 tablespoon wasabi paste
1 tablespoon soy sauce
1 tablespoon honey

1. Mix together Wasabi Mayo ingredients cover and place in refrigerator until ready to use on sandwiches.
2. Cut each chicken breast in half, place in a heavy duty zip-loc bag and pound until they are even thickness, about 1/2 inch thick. Drizzle chicken with olive oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Cook chicken on medium-high grill for 10-14 minutes flipping once. Before removing from grill place 2 pieces of bacon on top of each piece of chicken cover with slice of cheese and allow cheese to melt, remove from grill
3. Open can of Pineapple, drain, drizzle lightly with olive oil. Place on hot grill with chicken, grill for 10 minutes flipping once.
4. Cut ciabatta buns in half, place under broiler for 2 minutes or until lightly toasted.
5. Sandwich Assembly: Place chicken with bacon and melted cheese on bottom half of toasted bun, add grilled pineapple, and a slice of red onion, spread the inside of the top bun with wasabi mayo and top sandwich.


Note: Wasabi paste can be found in the Asian section of most any grocery store.  If you cannot find it finely ground horseradish can be substituted. Chicken must be cooked to an internal temperature of 170 degrees for boneless products and 180 degrees for bone in chicken products.


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  1. I get them to the table by making it fun and offering something everyone can join in making it. Like a pizza night, I buy mini pizza dough, lay out all the toppings, sauce, seasonings, and we all make our own. We also include a game night around the table. Very fun!

  2. I have my family participate in the cooking and cleaning part of the meal so that they feel invested in the meal.

  3. Meal planning is the only way I can get everyone to eat a good meal and sit together! It is time to get back to meal planning with school starting.

  4. A trick I use to get everyone around the table at dinner time is to make it a fun thing. We cook together, share our day and clean up.

  5. Our perfect quick and easy meal is sweet and sour chicken stir fry, its one meal everyone in my family likes.

  6. Our family always has met for meals at dinner time so no tricks needed so I don’t have any tips to share. And these look amazing!

    1. I agree! If people have a little control over their meal they eat better and it is more fun! Thanks for stopping by, Sheila

  7. I simply cook a home meal and usually everyone’s willing to come to dinner together (as you can imagine, we don’t eat together often)

  8. A trick I use to get everyone around the table at dinner time is to make a meal everyone likes.

  9. One tip I use to get everyone to the table is to turn of the tv and cellphones until dinner is finished. I have done this ever since my kids were born so it is just a part of life. We also have family talk time during dinner. It is our favorite time of the day. Thank you so much for the opportunity to enter.

  10. We love eating together as a family. It’s hard sometimes with everyone’s schedules. But my tricks are just to make sure we do it at least once a week!

  11. Our daughter is expected to help Dad make dinner (they both get home much earlier than me), so then we all naturally eat together.

  12. Since I live alone, I don’t need to use any tricks to get myself to the table. I enjoy cooking, but try to make things that I can reheat so I don’t have to cook every day.

  13. My children are all adults and no longer living at home but I never had any problem getting them to the table. They all love to cook and eat so it was an easy task.

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