This sandwich is completely and utterly delightful. It actually started as a pizza. Let me explain...
Last night we had friends over and cooked up a few homemade pizzas on Josh's beloved granite slab. I wanted to try something a little different, so I opted for the Pioneer Woman's Fig-Prosciutto Pizza with Arugula. Sweet fig spread in lieu of sauce, peppery baby arugula, salty prosciutto, fresh mozzarella and a sprinkle of parmesan... Oh. My. Can you say delish? It's easy breezy to whip up and cooks in mere minutes.
It left such an impression on me that I kept remembering it fondly today and wondering if I could manage the 42,000 lb granite slab on my own to make another. Wisdom finally won out when I conceded that I probably shouldn't risk it, you know, being pregnant and all. So I whipped up this yummy sandwich instead! And I assure you, it was equally delicious.
Warm, buttery millet bread (though you could use whatever you prefer), organic roasted chicken breast, sweet white fig preserves, piles of arugula, just melted goat cheese... Oh yes, friends. It was heaven.
Give her a try! There's no way not to love her... ;-) Oh, oh! And don't forget to try the pizza, too. Man, that Pioneer Woman is genius.