Grilled Chicken Sandwich
Description[edit | edit source]
In 1914, moments before the United States was to enter the Great War, General McCarver made a startling discovery. The above average amount of roast chicken consumed by troops resulted in oily fingers, causing them to continuously drop their weapons. Not wanting to give up roast chicken, the United States Army postponed entering the war. The army set to work, and in 1917. General McCarver announced that by encasing chicken in slices of bread, troops would be able to enjoy chicken without getting oily fingers. Not one for creativity, General McCarver named the sandwich with chicken the 'Chicken Sandwich', and in April 1917, the United States entered the war.
While three years late to the war effort, many historians cite the high protein content in chicken sandwiches as being paramount to America's military prowess.
Recipes[edit | edit source]
You may use a Holding Station to prep a portion of this food in advance.
Each Holding Station can serve 4 customers.
Standard Prep (Holding Station)
If you don't have a portion ready when the customer arrive, you will need to cook a Chicken for the customer.
01. Grilled Chicken Classic
Gr. Chicken, Swiss Cheese, Pickles, Top Bun
02. Grilled Chicken Deluxe
Gr. Chicken, Tomato, Lettuce, Pickles, Top Bun
03. Loaded Chicken Griller
Gr. Chicken, Tomato, Lettuce, Bacon, Swiss Cheese, Top Bun
04. Swiss Chicken Burger
Gr. Chicken, Tomato, Bacon, Swiss Cheese, Top Bun