Clubbin'

I feel like this weekend is super long for some reason – I hope it keeps going for the rest of the day. We have a bunch of stuff to get done in the house so I hope the time doesn’t go by too quickly! I have some other fun plans for dinner + dessert tonight, too  :)  This has just been a super fun weekend!

Ever since I saw this recipe in a Rachael Ray magazine on our road trip a few weeks ago, I’d been waiting to make it. Today was the day!

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Strawberry Chicken Club Sandwich

We didn’t make ours triple deckers and I only used about 1 Tbsp olive oil mayo in the avocado mayo mixture, but the rest is pretty much the same!

I had one and a half slices of bacon on mine, broken into pieces. We also used romaine instead of spinach and rotisserie chicken.

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Mashed avocado is so good on sandwiches. I need to remember to use it more. We both loved the strawberry + avocado + bacon flavors on this sandwich – definitely a keeper recipe.

We also cooked up some fresh corn on the cob I got at the store today – I had one half and went back for more.

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 I can’t wait to make this sandwich more – this was a great summery meal.

 I guess I’ve got to get off my butt and do something – we’ve got to move all the furniture out of one room to put a rug down, plus clean the house and finish laundry.

See you for a fun and special dinner and dessert!

 

What’s your favorite unusual sandwich item?

3 Responses to “Clubbin'”

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    ksgoodeats — May 31, 2009 at 2:10 pm

    The strawberry is a fun change! Glad you liked it!! Have fun moving furniture :)

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    Anne K. — May 31, 2009 at 3:15 pm

    That sandwich combo looks great! I would never think to put strawberry and avocado together. Have a great rest of the day!

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    Emily — June 1, 2009 at 10:21 am

    I like to throw roasted red bell pepper on just about any sandwich to liven it up. You know in Australia, they use mashed avocado in place of mayo just about every time. To this day, that is still one of the things that has stuck with me since I moved back to the states.

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