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The Lazy Vegetarian

Friday

Recipe - "Chicken Club Ranch Sub"

If you've been in a Subway restaurant recently, this recipe name may sound familiar. Because when I was in there getting my standard veggiemax sub, I kept looking at the sign for the this sandwich while I waited in line. It sounded so good to me, that I decided to create a veggie version of it.

Hoagie Roll (get a good one from a bakery)
Morningstar Farms Grillers Chik'n Veggie Patties (one package, 4 chicken patties, makes about 3 sandwiches)
Morningstar Farms Veggie Breakfast Bacon Strips (2 per sandwich)
American or Cheddar Cheese (or soy substitute)
Ranch dressing (low fat)
Normal Subway toppings (I used onions, tomatoes, spinach, and black olives)

Cook breakfast strips in the microwave and layer them on hoagie roll. Cook the chicken in a microwave. Cut into strips and place on top of the bacon. Add cheese. Place open sandwich in a toaster oven or broiler to melt cheese and toast roll. Add ranch dressing and toppings.

This was especially delicious!


7 comment(s):

I've had that at Subway, and I must say it sounds better than it tastes. Just sort of a letdown; the ranch can't really be detected and the chicken retains its separate flavor as there's no time for any flavors to combine. I think yours might be much better - wish I could try it! :)

By Blogger Stephanie, at 8:32 AM  

I love those chicken sandwiches from garden burger. I've made hoagies with them, but I'll have to borrow this idea too.

By Blogger Girl in Progress, at 7:54 PM  

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By Anonymous tanyat, at 8:30 PM  

What a great blog! My boyfriend and I are veggie and we love to cook, but sometimes we just want something quick and easy! Great ideas :o)

By Blogger Kelly, at 2:59 PM  

Why haven't I been here before? Awesome place! Can I link you?

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http://harmonia.blogsome.com

By Blogger Harmonia, at 6:26 AM  

You do know that Ranch dressing contains anchovies right? Just like Caesar.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:25 PM  

Virtually no commercially prepared ranch dressing contains anchovies (actually true for Caesar too). Of course, every vegetarian knows to read package ingredients!

By Blogger Annie, at 7:47 AM  

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