Chicken Avocado Bacon Panini Sandwich with Homemade Ranch

This meal is NOT for the faint of heart and I will not try and figure out how many calories are in this sandwich.  I will however say how darn tasty it was – the combination of the flavors are just drool worthy.  If the sandwich itself wasn’t bad enough for me, I had to make the homemade ranch that I came across today on One Good Thing’s blog to dip the sandwich in.  I modified it a bit, reduced the mayonnaise by half and omitted the salt.  It was wicked and I will never buy ranch dressing ever again.

 

Ingredients for sandwich:

 

French bread

Rotisserie chicken meat

Avocado

Tomato

Apple cured bacon

Cheddar cheese

 

Fry up the bacon and layer everything into the bread.  Place the whole sandwich into a panini maker on high and grill until the cheese is melted.

 

Ingredients for ranch dressing:

 

1/2 cup sour cream

1/2 cup real mayonnaise

2 tablespoons minced chives

1/4 cup minced flat leaf parsley

2 cloves of garlic minced

1-2 tablespoons buttermilk

 

Smash the minced garlic up a bit and combine all the above ingredients in a small bowl and add buttermilk until desired consistency is reached.

 

6 relatively innocent looking ingredients….

Ingredients for chicken avocado bacon panini recipe

Makes one very tasty sandwich….

Chicken avocado bacon sandwich panini recipeAdd homemade ranch…and I’m going to be swimming for quite a while to work this off!

delicious homemade ranch recipe

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2 Responses to Chicken Avocado Bacon Panini Sandwich with Homemade Ranch

  1. Lisa Leavitt says:

    mmmmm…….that does look yummy! No wonder it was a hit when Sarah made. She’s sure glad you shared it with her. I was wondering how I missed it if it was on your blog but I wasn’t on the computer much yesterday. It was a busy day! Thanks for sharing!!

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