Chicken caesar sandwich

I am not much of a poultry eater but when ever I venture to eat chicken it has to be prepared by me. This chicken caesar sandwich was nothing but absolutely amazing. I think one of the best sandwiches I have made to date.

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I love making sandwiches especially because they are so convenient and easy to make. Today I wanted to change things up and make something more elaborate and substantial so I decided to make these chicken caesar sandwiches.

These chicken caesar sandwiches came out so good my family wanted me to make them again the following day. I always make sure I keep my recipes on the healthy side and this sandwich was an example. This sandwich was full of protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals. Using Bolthouse Farms Caesar Salad Dressing allowed for the sandwich to be packed with flavor. In addition, by using their products you can lighten up your favorite meals and snacks with these simple swaps. A win win situation.

These sandwiches are also great to pack on the go. They would make an awesome lunch, a healthy meal for a post workout or a light dinner.

The chicken can be prepared two different ways. You can grill it or cook in a saute pan, thus if you don’t have a grill pan you can always use a skillet and cook the chicken breasts 3-4 minutes on each side.

You can also use any type of vegetables you like. I used avocado, and fresh greens by you can’t go wrong with using your own combo and getting creative.

I know I will be making these chicken caesar sandwiches for time to come. A great quick healthy recipe that I am sure you will like.


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Chicken caesar sandwich

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 4 sandwiches

Total Time: 20 minutes


  • 4 chicken breast
  • 1/3 cup Bolthouse Farms caesar salad dressing
  • 2 oz fresh green
  • 2 avocados
  • 8 slices whole grain bread
  • 1 tbsp olive oil


Preheat your grill pan. Brush 1 tbsp olive oil over each side of the chicken breast. Grill the chicken breast 3-5 minutes on each side depending on thickness. Alternatively you can heat 2 tbsp of olive oil in a medium skillet over medium high heat and cook chicken flipping once, until cooked through.

Let the chicken rest 5 minutes before slicing across the grain.

On the meantime, grill the bread on each side until you see grilled marks and the bread is toasted. Spread 2 tbsp of caesar dressing over one slice of bread. Arrange chicken breast, avocados and greens over 4 slices of bread. Add more caesar salad dressing if desired over the greens and place the other slice of bread.


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  1. You love your slow cooker, don’t you? :)

    I’ve never heard of soup in the slow cooker! But then again, I don’t eat soup so it makes sense. My husband loves soup though and requests it when he’s sick so I’ll save this for the one time every other year when he’s sick. :)

  2. not even kidding but i have come across so many recipes with slow cooker but when I am at home I never remember to use it. I just book marked this recipe and this is a perfect time to make chicken noodle soup. thanks for the tips about turning off the cooker :) I love my noodle not much on the mushy side.

  3. mmm…chicken noodle soup. es bueno para tomar en un dia frío.

  4. i think you will be the reason why I invest in a slow cooker, but i have NO SPACE. :-( you come up with these amazing recipes miryam, nice work. I have to bookmark this and make it the next time i’m sick, your timing could not be better given that it is flu season. haha. :)

  5. It’s always freezing here in the winter so I only want soups! I love that you can make this in the slow cooker. YUM!

  6. I’m a big fan of my slow cooker too. This soup looks fantastic!

  7. You can throw chicken breast into your mixer with the paddle attachment and it comes out “shredded”
    Its one of the best things I ever learned. I throw the chicken in, go do something else, come back and its done. No burned or skewered fingers :)

  8. I was making this a bit distracted today and added the cream with all the first ingredients. Is my soup ruined? Do I need to add more at the 30 min before serving point? Or leave it alone? Thank you!

  9. Thank you for sharing this yummy chicken noddle soup recipe. I will definately try this at home.
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