Thursday, July 28, 2011

EASY RECIPES: Open-face Chicken Caprese sandwiches

Hey friends! How are you doing today??
I'm back today to share the recipe I promised in my previous post.
Yesterday, I posted a real quick and easy recipe for Homemade Mac and Cheese.

Today, I'll share Part 2: 

Open-face Chicken Caprese sandwiches.
Total time: 25 mins. Serves 4.
(From Real Simple recipes)


  • 4 Boneless chicken breasts
  • Salt and pepper
  • Olive oil
  • 8 slices country bread
  • 3 Tomatoes, sliced
  •  8 oz. sliced mozzarella
  • Basil

#1 Split 4 6-ounce boneless chicken breasts horizontally. Season with salt and pepper.

#2 In batches, cook in olive oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat until cooked 
through, 2-3 mins per side

3# Top 8 slices country bread with, chicken,
sliced tomatoes...

and a slice of mozzarella.

#4 Broil until the cheese is melted, 3-5 mins

#5 Sprinkle with basil

#6 EAT!!!!

Thank you so much, Jen Stein, for joining in this cooking adventure!!!!! If you want to see more yumminess, check out her blog at


PS: Remember our coming LINK PARTY!

save the date!!

My baby blog will be hosting its first link party on Sat July 30th!

Theme: Wedding Day Stories!

It seems like the most bizarre, out of the blue things JUST happen on your wedding day.
At the moment, you bawl your eyes out over them, but later on, they become the funniest memories from that day.
If you have funny stories about your wedding,(or a special memory from that day, or even your wedding vows!) please link up! I LOVE to read and hear about them!

Love you, friends!
Have a beautiful Thursday!


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lauren said...

Hi Pamela, I wasn't sure how to send my e-mail to you so here it is!!! link up sounds like a blast!

She Began To Fly... said...

I love this so much! They look so incredible. I want to try them out sometime soon. You are so creative and amazing.

Stephanie said...

Just wanted to say thanks for posting this :) I made it yesterday for my family and it was a big hit!! Thanks girlie :) :)

Stephanie said...

Oh...and I blogged about it and shared your link :)