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Chick-fil-A-Style Chicken Sandwich Alejandra Ramos 2017-07-01T01:45:00Z Samantha Okazaki / TODAY print recipe Rating: 3.9130435 undo. (23 rated) Alejandra Ramos, a food and lifestyle expert, shares one of the most popular restaurant-inspired recipes on Pinterest — an irresistible homemade version of Chick-fil-A's chicken sandwich. Below is the recipe, adapted from blogger Cindy Shopper.
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