Closed on Sunday Chicken Sandwich Recipe

Closed on Sunday Chicken Sandwich Recipe

Closed on Sunday chicken sandwich recipe is a Chick-fil-a famous dish. It is possible that this dish is the winning dish that made Chick-fil-a such a popular and favorite restaurant. You can now follow this fried chicken sandwich recipe and enjoy the homemade deliciousness.

Ingredients That You Will Need Are:

Four boneless and skinless chicken breasts

One jar of dill pickle chips, preferably Mt. Olive

Two cups of water

Five packets dry salad dressing mix

1/4th of a cup of sugar

Three tablespoons of salt

Canola oil (as much needed to fry)

One cup of all-purpose flour

One tablespoon of Espelette pepper flakes

One teaspoon of ground black pepper

Four tablespoons of butter

Eight brioche buns

One cup of spicy pickle mayonnaise

Method of Preparing the Sunday Chicken Step by Step:

Step 1: Trim and clean the chicken meat. Beat the chicken breasts. 

Step 2: Whisk the pickle juice and salad dressing mix, sugar, salt together. Marinate the chicken pieces in a Ziploc bag with the liquid mixture. Refrigerate the bag for about 2 hours. 

Step 3: Heat oil in a frying pan. Make sure the heat starts off low. 

Step 4: Take the Ziploc bag out and let the chicken out. 

Step 5: In a bowl, whisk the flour, salad dressing mix, salt Espelette pepper, and black pepper together. 

Step 6: Roll and coat the chicken breast in the dry mixture. 

Step 7: Toss around and shake the excess flour off the chicken. 

Step 8: Fry the chicken until they are golden brown. 

Step 9: Melt butter on a pan and char the buns. 

Step 10: Spread a layer of spicy pickle mayonnaise on both slices of each bun. Place the chicken in the middle. Serve and enjoy.


Now you can make the famous Chick-fil-a closed on Sunday chicken sandwich at home too. Follow this recipe and make sure you don’t marinate the chicken for too long. The perfect texture is necessary for this dish to be a successful homemade chick-fil-a sandwich recipe.

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