Yield: Yields twelve small sandwiches.
These full-flavored sandwiches pack well, so take them on your next picnic. Covering the focaccia with a layer of arugula not only adds fresh flavor but also keeps the bread from getting soggy.
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I used white wine vinegar and thought the onions were wonderful. There is no focaccia here in Atlanta so I used Chibatta. Will not do that again - way too dry and tough - will try Naan instead next time.
We loved this recipe. We used the sherry vinegar and can't imagine the onions without it. I would decrease the sugar a bit however since the sherry vinegar carries some sweetness. Only change we would make is to use 3 pounds of chicken, since you'll have plenty of rub onions to make the extra sandwiches. Also I would up the cayenne just a bit to balance out the sweeter spices, but overall this was a real winner.
This recipe was a crowd pleaser. It was easy to prepare, and all the ingredients are readily on hand. I used the white wine vinegar in the onion marmalade. Next time I will use the sherry vinegar instead; I think it will lend a bit more depth of flavor to the onions. In the spice rub, next time i will add less clove/allspice and add coriander to the mix of spices.
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