Quick Chicken Sandwich Recipe Video


Difficulty LevelEasyHealth IndexJust Enjoy
Main Ingredient


 Chicken breast1 1⁄2 Pound, cut into squares about 2 inches by 2 inches and 1 inch thick (Enough To Make A Dozen Sandwiches)
 Meat tenderizer/Salt To Taste (No Msg)
 Freshly ground black pepper To Taste
 Flour1 Cup (16 tbs)
 Peanut oil1⁄3 Cup (5.33 tbs) (Or Other Oil In A Heavy, 9-Inch Skillet)
 Slider buns12 (Miniature Sandwich Buns If Unavailable, Then May Use Party Rolls/ Make Biscuits / Rolls From Scratch-- Recipes For Biscuits And Rolls In Bettyskitchen)
 Mayonnaise4 Tablespoon (Adjust Quantity As Per Taste)
 Dill pickle slices2 Tablespoon (Chips, Adjust Quantity As Per Taste)


Slice uncooked chicken into squares, so that you have the number of squares you need to serve on the number of slider buns you have available. If you have leftover pieces of chicken, chop them into cubes, and fry them as "chicken nuggets" after you have made your Chicken Littles. Sprinkle each uncooked chicken breast square with meat tenderizer or salt, and grind fresh black peppercorns over both sides. (You may sprinkle with ground black pepper, instead.) Place 1 cup flour in a gallon-sized zip lock bag. Place about 4 sqares of chicken in the bag at a time, and shake to coat with flour. Place the coated chicken squares, one at a time, into hot peanut oil in a skillet on top of the stove. Continue placing the squares, until you have a single layer in the skillet. Now, let the chicken cook over medium heat, until it is brown on the bottom side. Turn once, and let the chicken brown on the other side. When chicken is brown on both sides (and done all the way through), remove from the hot oil, and place on paper toweling to drain. To serve, cut a slider bun open at the "hinge, spread both halves with a thin layer of mayonnaise, place a cooked square of chicken on one side and put two dill pickle slices on the other side. Close the bun, and the Chicken Little is ready to eat! Serve while warm, if possible, although these are good, even after they have cooled a bit. This will be great for feeding a crowd at a Super Bowl party! (You can fry the chicken earlier, and reheat it right before assembling the Chicken Little Sandwiches--very carefree and easy!) I hope you enjoy these; we love them! --Betty :)

Editors Review

If you are looking for a portable dish to pack for your picnic or potluck, this is it. Betty demonstrates how to make this chicken delicacy packed between sandwich bun at home. Team it up with some mayo and pickled chips and you have a great party snack at hand. Plus, it's so simple and effortless that you wouldn't mind making some extras for your friends too.