Blackened Chicken Caesar Sandwiches

I don’t know why I don’t make sandwiches as a main course more often. We all really enjoy them and the options are endless. Plus, they’re so easy! These Blackened Chicken Caesar Sandwiches turned out to be a huge hit with everyone.

As I was making them, I started doubting my choice of combining the blackened chicken with the Caesar dressing. But it actually was a really tasty combination and the smoky flavor of the chicken blended perfectly with the tangy taste of the dressing.

I’ll probably be sharing lots more sandwiches on here in the weeks to come. I’ve been bit by the sandwich-making bug I think. And I can not wait to combine some new sandwich ideas with my all-time favorite course – SOUP!! (Ah soup! I love soup! It’s almost fall, which means it’s almost soup weather. I am beyond excited.)


Blackened Chicken Caesar Sandwiches

  • 1 T. olive oil
  • 1 lb. boneless, skinless chicken breasts
  • 2 T. blackening seasoning
  • 1/4 c. Caesar dressing
  • Monterey Jack or Munster cheese slices, optional
  • Lettuce & tomatoes
  • Rolls

1. Heat olive oil in a large skillet. Cover both sides of chicken with blackening seasoning. Place in skillet and cook about 5-8 minutes per side, until chicken is fully cooked. (You may need to increase cook time if your chicken breasts are very thick.)

2. Cut the cooked chicken into slices. Pile onto buns, top with Caesar dressing, cheese (if desired) and lettuce and tomatoes. Super simple!

6 thoughts on “Blackened Chicken Caesar Sandwiches

  1. Okay, this may sound ridiculous, but I have never heard of blackening seasoning. Is it amongst the spices at the grocery store?

  2. I say “bring on the SOUPS!” I love easy food and soup and a sandwich is exactly that. I love soup year-round, not just in the cooler months. I make it at least once a week- I would love some new ideas for my family! Your blog is the best-God Bless you and your family.

  3. That looks absolutely delicious and so fresh too! I love soup and I bought a ham hock to make a soup with … but it’s pretty much the end of winter now and I still haven’t made it! I’m such a slacker!

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