That’s right, people… Just make your own chicken sandwich.
It’ll be good. Trust me.
It’s not a complicated thing to make, and it’ll be done sooner than the time you spend lining up at Popeyes.
That’s what my poor husband and son did. Twice!
They went to two different locations, and both times they were confronted with a dozen cars ahead of them. (Quick, someone compile a list of things to do in a crowded drive-thru lane, please!)
By the time they reached the window, the chicken sandwiches were sold out.
That’s so not cool, Popeyes, so not cool! Seriously, your fried chicken is great and all, but to run out of chicken?!
Anyway, I made my men the consolation homemade chicken sandwiches.
They were great, honestly. And easy to put together. The only complication was the frying part.
If you’re not afraid of frying, let me know. I might just share my secret Cajun Chicken Strips recipe ?
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