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House of McNally | Summer 2022 recipe

BY LYNDSI McNALLY


I HAVE AN AFFINITY FOR SANDWICHES OF ANY VARIETY. Just some meat, veggies, and a little bit of fat, and BOOM! You’ve got yourself a happy belly. My photos aren’t anything special, but this one pays homage to the innocent lives taken in one of the world’s present conflicts. Hug your people, love your people, and feed your people.


Saturday Sliders


Thinly sliced chicken breasts, cut into 3” pieces


Egg


Flour with your choice of seasonings


Panko


Italian breadcrumbs


Vegetable oil


Hawaiian Rolls


1 cup mayonnaise


1 tsp. white wine vinegar


2 tbsp. fresh herbs (I used cilantro and flat-leaf parsley)


Salt and pepper


Lettuce


Pickle


Heat oil in a cast-iron skillet or heavy-bottom pan.

Dredge chicken in flour, egg, and Panko in that order and fry until the internal temperature reaches 165 degrees.

Place chicken on a cooling rack to maintain crunch; sprinkle with salt.

While chicken is frying, mix mayonnaise, vinegar, herbs, salt, and pepper.

To assemble, add mayo to both Hawaiian Roll buns, then add one piece of chicken, topping it with lettuce and pickle. You won’t be disappointed, and neither will your people.


Lyndsi McNally is a resident of Owen County, wife, and mother of two boys. She makes her living as a Family Support Worker for HANDS at the Three Rivers District Health Department and often entertains her hundreds of Facebook followers by sharing photos of home-cooked meals.

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