Gluten-Free Oven “Fried” Chicken Sandwich

60 minutes

serves 2

Did someone say “fried chicken”!? This week, I am introducing a #SkylerSwap on the classic fried chicken sandwich! I personally don’t love Chick Fil A due to their warped view on humanity, but when I was growing up, I really enjoyed their chicken sandwich. Because I don’t want to go spend my money there now, I figured I would try to make a healthier version at home!

Whether you’re in the mood for something crispy or something savory, this gluten-free, oven-baked, sweet potato bun version satisfies all those cravings! I’m swapping out the classic potato bun with thick, baked sweet potato medallions. Then, I marinate a chicken breast in a pickle juice based marinade, coat it in gluten-free flour and bake it for maximum crispiness. Top with a homemade honey mustard, lettuce, tomato and pickles — this is simple and delicious.

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Ingredients

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Sweet Potato Buns
1 sweet potato
1pinch salt & pepper
1tsp avocado oil
Chicken Marinade
1large jar pickle juice
1tsp garlic powder
1tsp paprika
2tbsp avocado oil
1 chicken breast
"Fried" Chicken Coating
1/2cup gluten free, spelt flour bread crumbs
1tsp garlic powder
1tsp paprika
1tsp salt & pepper
1tsp dill
Sandwich Toppings
1/4cup dijon mustard
2tbsp raw honey
1/2head bibb lettuce
1/2 tomato
1/4 red onion
Equipment

Directions

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In a large bowl or baking pan, add marinade ingredients and mix thoroughly.

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Cut chicken breast in half (or if it's a large chicken breast, cut it into thirds.)

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Marinate the chicken for at least 30 minutes (you can also do it the night before.)

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Preheat oven to 425 degrees.

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Cut sweet potato lengthwise, to make bun shape.

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Lightly coat in avocado oil and top with salt and pepper.

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Notes

You can buy honey mustard, or you can make your own.

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