If you happened to be working as a cook at a place like, oh, let's say Waffle House, and someone phoned in an order for a grilled chicken sandwich, how would you go about preparing it? I'm just curious. Thanks.
Making one in a restaurant for customers I would probably make it with lettuce, tom, and mayo, unless ordered special. If I was gonna make one for a specialty sandwich it would probably have mustard, onion, and pickle only , although that tastes so much better on a fried chicken sandwich.
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My reason for asking was, I think of chicken breast grilled, then put on an untoasted bun with lettuce, tomato and various condiments. But, if you think of it the same way you think of a grilled cheese sandwich, then what you get is ingredients between two slices of bread, and then the whole thing gets grilled. Someone at a restaurant that shall remain nameless apparently thought of it that way. What I ordered was the former, but I got a chicken melt, which was quite far from what I was craving. A bad moment...but never fear, I did eventually get what I wanted. Just had to wait a day and go to a different place