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Grilled Chicken and Ham Sandwich

Grilled Chicken and Ham Sandwich is really tasty and easy to make. Drizzle a bit of homemade creamy sriracha and you got yourself one perfect sandwich.

Grilled Chicken and Ham Sandwich

My weekday mornings are crazy, seriously. Dealing with 8-year-old at 7 o’clock is no joke.

Who, by the way, loves to rest his head on the toilet paper roll, while sitting on the toilet and snooze before school.

He takes too long in the bathroom, all the same, there is a whole other level when you are dealing with tween and teen.

It’s like trying to explain the unexplainable; where are my socks, my red/yellow shirt, what’s for breakfast?

More meltdowns that you could even imagine. Do I need to go into further details? I think you get the point!

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I believe that one long vacation (alone), wouldn’t be enough. Can you imagine that I placed a cup of water to boil for my quick instant coffee in the kitchen cabinet instead of the microwave?

What was worse, I closed the cabinet door and waited for a few seconds before I realized what I did!

A few efff bombs later, I made another one, of course, plugged my ears with sounds of Stone Sour and started to brainstorm what recipe should I post, and there you go. My mornings are lovely. You envy me, don’t you?!

Grilled Chicken and Ham Sandwich

A few months earlier while stopping to grab something quick to eat at subway because I didn’t want to cook for myself, two pregnant women stood behind me.

So, they asked me how does subway’s buffalo chicken taste with toppings that I added; pickles, spinach, red onions and jalapenos with a good amount of creamy Sriracha.

I was like “Spicy” and good. I wasn’t rude, I promise, I even added a smile on my grumpy face.

However, I was just simply waiting to pay my order, so discussing my sandwich wasn’t something in my mid-morning agenda. Especially with 4 more people waiting in line.

Also, I was in 3 sizes, too big joggers looking more like a homeless person without makeup and an oversized sweatshirt.


I just wanted to grab a sandwich and go back home to finish an exhausting project while chomping on my footlong, without even making eye contact.

Did I mention earlier that I am not a morning person?

Anyhow, that’s how my sandwich was born; mostly inspired by my footlong!

Since I have my smarty pants college students that write from time to time, asking for no-bake recipes, I thought to make this sandwich.

One latest email got me chuckling. The question was: Can they (roommates) “make/bake” bread in the microwave? It was funny and cute at the same time!

Needless to say, we were all 19, right?! With that being said, I’ll try to include some fun, no-bake recipes and test few that could be made in the microwave.

For this sandwich, you could make the bread yourself or simply buy french bread.

Grilled Chicken and Ham Sandwich

Of course, I baked it but used canned “Pillsbury” French bread, sprinkled with Japanese sesame seasoning and then baked in my oven.

Everything is optional here. You can make and bake your own bread, use store-bought grilled chicken or grill it yourself, add smoked turkey, or Virginia ham, it really comes down to what you like or have.

If you get inspired and make Grilled Chicken and Ham Sandwich, please tag me on Instagram. @sandraseasycooking with hashtag #sandraseasycooking.

Grilled Chicken and Ham Sandwich

Grilled Chicken and Ham Sandwich

Yield: Serves 1
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

Easy and tasty recipe for Grilled Chicken and Ham Sandwich.


  • 12 inch French Bread
  • Smoked Provolone cheese
  • Grilled chicken breast
  • Virginia ham
  • Kosher Pickle slices
  • Pickled jalapenos
  • Baby Spinach
  • Scallions or Red Onions
  • Black pitted olives

Creamy Sriracha:

  • 1/4 cup 2 fl oz/59ml ranch dressing
  • 1 tablespoon mayo
  • 2 tsp. 2ml Sriracha
  • Mix it together and drizzle.


  1. There is no direction here, just build a sandwich, however, you would like.
  2. I slice the bread in half and place cheese on the bottom side, then broil until it is toasted, bubbly and cheese completely melted. You can actually use a toast bread and toast in the toaster, then melt cheese in the microwave.
  3. Creamy Sriracha: this for me was not too spicy, not at all. I could go for a few more tsp. to get a really spicy kick.


If you want to make your own bread rolls go ahead, or one from Pillsbury. they are really tasty. To save yourself time, I would suggest hoagies. They are so good and perfect size, but you may use baguette or Italian bread.

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