BLTs on Ciabatta

26 Sep

Each week, Bountiful Baskets usually offers some kind of bread.  9 grain bread is available pretty much every week, then sometimes other weeks there are various other types of bread that have been available, honey whole wheat, organic multi-grain, organic whole wheat, Italian olive oil, sourdough, rye, foccacia, and ciabatta.  I have bought every kind and have never been disappointed.  Best part, they freeze great.  In fact, in my freezer right now, I have 4 9 grain loaves, 1 sourdough loaf, and 2 ciabatta loaves.  Since I got iceberg lettuce and tomatoes in Bountiful Baskets over the weekend, plus turkey bacon was on sale at the commissary ($1.37 package!), so I decided it was time to use a ciabatta bread from the freezer.  BLTs.  Perfect lunch for Sunday!

What I used:

1 package turkey bacon, cooked according to package directions
1 loaf ciabatta bread, cut into 3 sections, each section cut in half lengthwise
Butter
Garlic powder
1 tomato, sliced
3 sections of iceberg lettuce, sandwich sized
Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh Rotisserie Seasoned Chicken Breast deli meat
Miracle Whip

First, I started cooking the bacon.  While that was going, I buttered the ciabatta bread and sprinkled garlic powder on it. I placed it butter sides down on a griddle on medium-low heat to toast it.  Once it was toasted, I put it on a plate, then put the chicken deli meat, bacon, tomatoes, lettuce, and Miracle Whip on, making the perfect sandwich.  If I’d had it, I would have put sliced swiss cheese on as well, but it was still good as it was.

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  1. Another Use for Ciabatta Bread « My Gems of Parenting - November 17, 2011

    […] run to the store just for that.  Cue the ciabatta bread in the freezer.  I mostly have only made BLTs with it, but decided to give it a try for the BBQ chicken.  It was great.  I added a little […]

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