Chicken Sandwich Milanese on Focaccia
This Chicken Sandwich Milanese on Focaccia is truly a recipe of leftovers. The chicken milanese was a dinner made for my daughter and my wife. I know this for sure because the chicken is topped with arugula. That is exactly how they like it (MOLLY – the best daughter a father could ever have – is this a good enough shout out to you?). The focaccia bread was part of the Italian dinner made for friends of ours. I will get to those recipes and posts soon I hope.
A sandwich is a work of art. The sandwich does not get enough credit in food blogs and food pictures. It is hard to capture all the layers of flavor in a sandwich. But the key to an amazing sandwich is the quality of each layer. This sandwich begins with a wonderful focaccia bread and the super tasty chicken milanese. The focaccia was baked just right and I made it fairly thin so the sandwich is not too bready. The chicken milanese is perfectly crispy and has a few zingers in the ingredients to give it a little punch.
The sandwich is rounded out by providing great texture and crunch with a hearty romaine lettuce. The final ingredient is a basic mayonnaise. The mayonnaise serves as a perfect dressing to the lettuce and adds the needed moisture for this sandwich. I was lucky to be able to make this sandwich because I often do not have any leftover chicken milanese. So the next time you make some milanese, be sure to make extra so you can try this sandwich.
The final Chicken Sandwich Milanese on Focaccia plated.
- 1 Chicken Milanese fillet
- 4" square cut of focaccia, cut in half horizontally
- Handle of romaine lettuce, rough chopped
- 1 tablespoon mayonnaise
- Pretty darn simple.
- Take the sliced focaccia and lather with the mayonnaise.
- Place the chicken milanese on one-half of the focaccia.
- Top with the lettuce and the second half of the focaccia.
- Dig in!
- Serve and enjoy!