Italian Style Chicken Breast Mini Sub w/ Baked Fries

January 8, 2022 at 7:05 PM | Posted in chicken, Ore - Ida, Perdue Chicken Products | Leave a comment
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Today’s Menu: Italian Style Chicken Breast Mini Sub w/ Baked Fries


For Breakfast this morning I toasted a Thomas English Muffin, prepared 2 Johnsonville Turkey Breakfast Sausage Links, Poached an Egg, and had a cup of Bigelow Decaf Green Tea. Good start to cold morning. It was 12 degrees this morning. We had a high of 40 degrees and sunny out, so at least it’s warmer! After Breakfast  I did a load of laundry and cleaned the Kitchen today. Wiped down all the countertops, microwave, fridge, and stove with Lysol Wipes. Did a few chores around the house. For Dinner tonight I prepared an Italian Style Chicken Breast Mini Sub w/ Baked Fries.


For the Chicken I used the Perdue Perfect Portions Italian Style Chicken Breasts again. I really like using these Chicken Breasts, they come frozen or fresh and individually wrapped. You can grill them, bake them, or fry them which is what I did this time. I pan fried the Breast in Extra Light Olive Oil for about a total of 12 minutes all together, turning them once. Fried up perfectly and well seasoned with the hint of Italian Seasoning.


For the Cheese Cheese I’m using Dietz and Watson Swiss Cheese that I purchased from Meijer. For other toppings I used Kraft Light Mayo w/ Olive Oil, and Kraft Fat Free Zesty Italian Dressing. For the Sub Buns I’ll be using Perfection Mini Sub Buns.




To make my Sandwich I heated the oven to 400 degrees. Next I got one of the Mini Sub Buns and added the Mayo to the bottom half. Then added one of the Chicken Breasts and topped it with a slice of Swiss Cheese. Added the top half of the Sub Bun and put a light coating of the Italian Dressing on top of the Bun. Put the Sub onto a small baking sheet and baked it until the Swiss Cheese started to melt.


For a side I baked some Ore Ida Golden Fries. The Chicken Mini Subs turned out perfect! For Dessert later a few slices of a Honeycrisp Apple.









Raised right in America – PERDUE® PERFECT PORTIONS® Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breasts are a popular kitchen staple you can feel great about feeding your family. Chicken Breasts are individually-wrapped to cook what you need and refrigerate or freeze the rest for later, marinated in a zesty Italian seasoning and perfectly sized to cook quickly and evenly in 10 minutes. These chicken breasts work great for a quick, weeknight chicken parmesan or Caesar salad!

SKILLET: Lightly coat skillet with oil or cooking spray. Heat pan over medium-high heat, add breasts and brown 1 minute per side. Reduce heat to medium-low; cover and cook 6-9 minutes, to 170ºF internal temperature, turning frequently.
Perfection Mini Sub Buns

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