Spicy Chicken Sandwich

I love a grilled spicy chicken sandwich! I try to make these a few times a month and wanted to share my recipe of pure deliciousness. They pack a little heat and the sauce is a perfect combo with the seasoning. 


-Create sauce for the sandwich and let it sit in the fridge for one hour.

-Trim chicken breast to manageable sizes for your sandwich.

-Coat with olive oil

-Season with Kentucky Kick & Smoked BBQ Rub

-During the time of seasoning light your charcoal chimney and let it start for your heat source. 10 mins prior.

-Have Tomatoes, lettuce & sauce prepped prior to cooking.

-Set two zone cooking, indirect and direct.

-Place hot active coals from charcoal chimney on top of coals that are not lit. Set your vents for a grilling temp of 450ish.

-When temp is reached sizzle your bacon and place to the side.

-Grill chicken breast over direct heat for 3-5 mins. Thickness of the breast determines duration.

-Flip and repeat.

-After the second flip move to indirect zone and monitor temp until you reach 150-155. Sauce breast  at this temp.

-When breast reach 160 top with pepper jack cheese.

-Toast buns and assemble chicken sandwich. The order is sauce both buns, lettuce, tomato, chicken patty & bacon.

-Serve and enjoy!


Sauce ingredients:

-1 cup mayo

-1/2 cup bbq sauce

-2 tablespoons pickle relish

-1-2 tablespoons truffle hot sauce (you decide your level of heat).

-1 tablespoon Smoked BBQ Rub