By now, you’ve heard about the chicken sandwiches, but they’ve never been this good.
There’s so much flavor and so much texture.
In the past, I’ve always loved a sandwich that uses only ground chicken and veggies, but this one takes that recipe to the next level by using pork shoulder, ground beef, and mozzarella cheese, all ground up in the slow cooker.
In other words, it’s a true meat-and-potatoes sandwich.
(The name comes from the chicken sandwich recipe.)
This one also has a few tweaks from the original.
Instead of the chicken being seasoned with paprika and garlic powder, it gets the addition of pepper, oregano, cayenne, and garlic salt.
And it’s loaded with vegetables and grilled onions, which I don’t think are commonly used on meat-filled sandwiches.
I’m not sure if you’ll be able to tell, but I actually like this one a lot more than the one pictured below, which features an egg-and–a-half sandwich.
It’s so good, I’m almost embarrassed to be eating it.
I can see myself making this a regular sandwich in the future.