Whether it’s for breakfast or brunch these Fried Chicken Biscuit Breakfast Sandwiches will blow your mind. The biscuits are soft and buttery and the chicken is fried to perfection drizzled in honey!
Okay…so… I am in love with Chick-Fil-A’s Buttermilk Chicken Biscuit Sandwich to my soul! From the regular size biscuit sandwiches all the way down to the mini chicken sandwiches. These sandwiches are on my list of foods that I only can allow myself to eat very seldomly because I will gorge on these biscuit sandwiches.
When it comes to food, I can be rather competitive. Out of my competitive nature and desire to make better food than people and institutions I know I really can’t compete with, I decided to take a shot at making my own Fried Chicken Biscuit Breakfast Sandwich. In fact, Chick-Fil-A has created an entire art behind the making of their breakfast sandwich.
Why did I do this to myself?!
About this Fried Chicken Biscuit Breakfast Sandwich
There is no main star in this recipe, in my opinion. The key to success to this Fried Chicken Biscuit Breakfast Sandwich is, both, the buttermilk biscuits and the fried chicken. The biscuit is soft and buttery and a perfect bread option for this sandwich. For the fried chicken I used skinless chicken thighs and seasoned them with salt, pepper, smoked paprika, and onion and garlic powder. I also poured buttermilk over the chicken that adds a delicious flavor. I used skinless chicken thighs because the dark meat just tastes better on this sandwich.
What makes these sandwiches even better were I drizzled the chicken with honey as soon as they were finished cooking. For the biscuits, I brushed them with honey butter as soon as they were finished baking. That made the golden-baked biscuits even more delectable.
This Fried Chicken Biscuit Breakfast Sandwich is what delicious breakfast dreams are made of. You can add coleslaw, bacon, or pickle to these sandwiches for an extra added touch.
Commonly Asked Questions
Yes! You absolutely can. I chose to use chicken thighs because dark meat tends to have a better natural flavor of chicken to me and it’s more tender than chicken breast. If you are going to use the breast, my recommendation is to cut them in half so they are not so large on the biscuit, pound them with a meat clever to thin them out a bit, and use the same spices included in this chicken breakfast sandwich recipe.
For sure! Most of the recipes on my blog leave room for creativity. If you don’t want to use chicken, you can use sausage, turkey bacon, bacon, Goetta (if you’re from Cincinnati, OH).
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