These Chicken Ham and BBQ sandwiches are great for a busy weeknight or when you want a really good satisfying lunch. The chicken patties are crispy and layered with cheese, ham and topped with your favorite bbq sauce then nestled between soft hamburger buns.
I used frozen chicken patties and cooked them in the air fryer so they cooked up nice and crispy, not to mention it saves a lot of time. I prefer heating them in the air fryer because it takes less time than in the oven. I did a post on heating frozen chicken patties in the air fryer a few years back. You can find it here: Air Fryer Frozen Chicken Patties. You can heat them in the oven if you prefer. I also used oven roasted deli ham. You can choose your favorite variety of ham as well as the BBQ sauce; use your favorite kind that comes in a bottle or a nice homemade one. Let’s not forget the cheese shall we. I used a cheddar blend but there are other blends that would taste great as well, such as fontina and mozzarella. In fact, I would love to try that blend the next time I make these sandwiches. After all of these mouth watering ingredients are put together, the sandwiches are heated in the oven so the cheese melts and all of the flavors start to mingle. It’s definitely a sandwich worth trying.
Here’s What You Need To Make Your Own:
*frozen chicken patties
*shredded cheddar cheese
*deli ham slices
Heat the chicken patties according to package directions.
If you prefer using the air fryer, you can go here for directions: Air Fryer Frozen Chicken Patties.
Preheat the oven to 400°
When the chicken patties are done, place them on the bottom half of the hamburger bun.
Next, sprinkle on the cheese.
Then layer two slices of the ham over the cheese.
Spoon some of the BBQ sauce over the ham.
Top with the other half of the bun and place on a baking sheet. Heat for about 10 minutes or until the cheese is melted.
Serve with chips, fries or veggies.
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