BBQ Chicky Dogs

Kim Biegacki


A "Leftover Eats" Memorial Day challenge for the group called Sandwiches, Sammiches and Sammies created by Sherri Logan.

All the ingredients had to come from leftover food from Memorial Day festivities. It had to include a meat, starch & veggie so that is how this sammie was born.

I am not the sammie queen by any means & wasn't sure if this would work or not but the combination of chicken, sauce & extra creamy/cheezy potatoes with a little crunch from the onions & cornflakes was delish! My husband sampled this sammie with me at lunch & enjoyed it too.

Come join us & have some fun!

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leftover cornflakes from cheezy potatoes
leftover cheezy potatoes
leftover chopped onions from taco salad
leftover homemade hotdog bbq sauce
leftover grilled bbq chicken, shredded
leftover lettuce from taco salad
leftover hotdog buns


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1Gather your leftover ingredients and heat up what needs heating.

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2Now assemble the sandwich with lettuce on the bun first, then the bbq chicken, 2 tbsp of hotdog sauce, 1 tbsp onions, cheezy potatoes and some crushed cornflakes. Now you are ready to eat.

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3Dad's leftover BBQ chicken he cooked on the grill.

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4Taco Salad before we dug in on Memorial Day and here is the delicious recipe by Sherry Word.

Easy Taco Salad

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5Hot Dogs in Homemade Hotdogs sauce and here is the recipe by Ashley Giese. (I cooked these in the crockpot this time and they were perfect for the holiday eats.)
Barbequed Hotdogs

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6Cheezy Potatoes that are truly a comfort dish. Cheesy Potatoes

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7And now time for dessert, a slice of festive red, white and blue cake....went to the refrigerator only to find out that my husband ate the last piece yesterday. LOL 4th of July Cake

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Chicken, Potatoes
Main Ingredient: Chicken
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy