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Grilled Lemon Chicken Sandwiches

April 21, 2012
grilled Lemon chicken sandwich

Growing up, this chicken sandwich was the thrill of summertime. My mom would plan meals in advance for the week (as I do now…) and when she would announce that we were having barbecue lemon chicken sandwiches, my brother and I would would be so happy and impatiently wait for the day of delicious gorging.

Now I make it at home, whenever I want! It’s fairly simple to make- it requires marinating the chicken, grilling it, and cutting up the veggies for the sandwich. Easy peasy. And the taste is Bombdotcom. I would take this sandwich ANY day over a restaurant made chicken burger.

grilled chicken sandwich

Complete with a caprese salad

This blog post is brought to you from the poolside! The weather is finally starting to get warm and man am I excited! Today is exceptionally amazing and here’s why: I started my day sitting on the porch with a fresh cup of coffee, watching the birds and lizards, then my boyfriend and I hopped in the pool where I was able to finally put my brand spanking new swim suit to use. Later, we grilled these amazing chicken sandwiches and here I am now, writing this post out by the pool again working on my tan. Later today I am going to make cupcakes for my friend’s birthday then head to LA to hear Sri Sri Ravi Shanker speak then finish the night off dancing! Wow! I love Saturdays! Now on with the recipe:

Grilled Lemon Chicken Sandwiches


  • 2 boneless-skinless chicken breasts
  • 2 lemons
  • Pepper
  • 1 Tomato
  • Spinach
  • Sliced onion
  • Mozzarella (I used fresh mozzarella but the regular kind works too)
  • 1 Avocado
  • Bread for the sandwiches: ciabatta or wheat rolls are nice
  • Olive oil
  • Garlic powder

To Do:

  • About 2 hours in advance, marinate the chicken breasts in the juice from the 2 lemons,  the zest from one of the peels, and fresh ground pepper.
  • Once you’re ready to grill, pop the chicken on the barbecue and cook until it’s no longer pink on the inside, turning occasionally – about 20 minutes or so.
  • Meanwhile, prep the other components of the sandwich: slice the tomato, avocado, onion and cheese.
  • For the bread, brush each side with olive oil and sprinkle with garlic powder. Place these on the grill to toast when the chicken is just about done.
  • Build your sandwich with the chicken, cheese, tomato slices, spinach and avocado on the bread. (I even added a little bit of fresh cilantro to mine!)
  • Cut the sandwich in half (because it’s pretty big) and enjoy! This filled me up for a while so bring your appetite!

chicken with avocado and caprese salad

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