Kalamata Chicken Ciabatta

May 24, 2010

Often when I cook, its because I have an ingredient that will otherwise spoil if I don't use it. Tonight was one of those nights. I had a fresh tomato that only had another day of life left in it and I also had a full jar of Kalamata olives that I found shoved in the back of our pantry that is due to expire on June 10th. I really hate wasting food, so I needed to come up with something that would use those two ingredients.

In the mood for a good sandwich, I knew just what to create – the Kalamata Chicken Ciabatta. If you know me, you know that I love to "make stuff up" as my son puts it. It's pretty much always that way in my kitchen.

Kalamata Chicken Ciabatta - Spread and Cheese

First you start with a yummy Kalamata olive spread, made from Greek yogurt, fresh oregano, and of course kalamata olives.  Then you add a slice of provolone to one side of the roll and toast it in the oven.

Kalamata Chicken Ciabatta - Chicken

Next, add some grilled chicken. We used our grilling pan and just lightly coated the chicken with some garlic olive oil to keep it from sticking.

Kalamata Chicken Ciabatta - Tomato

Add a couple slices of your favorite variety of tomato to it. Even if you don't care for tomato, do it. Slice it really really thin, you'll enjoy it. Dan does and he's no tomato fan.

Kalamata Chicken Ciabatta

In the end you'll have this delicious and filling Kalamata Chicken Ciabatta sandwich that is just under 500 calories.

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Kalamata Chicken Ciabatta Recipe: Sorry folks, I haven't added my recipe to the site yet, but I will. Please check back in a day or two.


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