There are so many options when you want to find a good, delicious, juicy chicken sandwich.

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Believe it or not, you can even find a decent chicken sandwich at a fast food joint.

New Jersey’s favorite chicken sandwich should be very obvious but maybe not.  There are so many variations and different ways you can slice up a chicken sandwich.

What makes a good chicken sandwich to you?  For me, there are a couple of factors.  The chicken, fried, needs to have enough crisp but not dry.

I’m a tough crowd.  Then the biggest decision most people have to make about their chicken sandwich, what do you put on it?

Eillv Sonas, Unsplash
Eillv Sonas, Unsplash

Most will keep it simple with mayo, or some will throw on hot sauce.  Of course, the bun or roll.

If you’re in the south, especially Tennessee, you may find yourself stumbling on Nashville-Style Hot Chicken, loaded up with spices, including cayenne.

There’s also another group that loves their chicken naked.  If you go the grilled chicken route, we won’t judge.  Maybe.

Now, what about our lovely Garden State?

Like I said before, this should be a very obvious choice.

The Best Chicken Sandwich and where you can find it in New Jersey (H3)

According to LoveFood

It is a Chicken Parm Submarine which you can find at White House Sub Shop, Atlantic City.

Their claim to fame is their White House Special but the Chicken Parm Sub is up there, loaded with cheese and sauce on top.  This sounds absolutely delicious.

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