4 medium sized chicken breasts
Sandwich Thins/bagel thins (found in the bread isle of your local grocery store)
Seasonings: Salt, pepper, honey dijon mustard
Put one medium sized pan on medium/high heat and spray with cooking spray, unless the pan is nonstick. In that case cooking spray is not needed. Take one large orange and firmly roll it on a flat surface. Cut it in have and squeeze it into your pan. Rolling the orange on a flat surface helps release the juices, so you get as much as you possibly can out of the fruit.
Salt and pepper the four pieces of chicken breast (trimmed) and add it to the pan as well. Let the chicken cook fully through in the orange juices. While cooking pay attention to when you will need flip your chicken breasts. Once they have changed color about half way up, turn them over to let them finish cooking on the other side.
After you remove the chicken from the heat let them rest for a few minutes so the juices settle and each piece remains tender and moist.
Slice the chicken breasts into strips and layer them on your bagel/sandwich thins. These thins come in a variety of flavors like multi-grain, wheat and white. They are easily toasted, so feel free to do so if preferred.
Blanket a bed of lettuce on top of the chicken strips and slice one apple thinly to layer on as well. Take the top slice of the bagel/sandwich thin and spread honey dijon mustard evenly. If you do not like honey dijon mustard replace it with a condiment that you prefer.
Enjoy and make sure you check out the snack of the week coming soon!