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Best Chicken Sarnie?

#1
RIght, a Culinary Mission for everyone... I have chicken, bread and not much in the house, anyone any Top Ideas for a bloody good but basic Chicken Sarnie?... 8O
 
#5
Gundulph said:
RIght, a Culinary Mission for everyone... I have chicken, bread and not much in the house, anyone any Top Ideas for a bloody good but basic Chicken Sarnie?... 8O
Are you in my kitchen :?

What else do you have? We've established mayo and paprika,

pesto? fresh tomato? - mix the pesto and mayo, spread generously over the slices of bread, layer on chicken and tomato with black pepper...et voila!

Cheese? Chutney/pickle? lightly toast the bread, spread with pickle, layer with chicken topped with cheese, put under the grill until golden, eat with mayo
 
#6
I wish I was blueygirl! unfortunately, I'm nowhere near a Sainsbury's either as am in Sarajevo at present, but do have Soya Sauce, Honey & Five Spices so may go with Mr_Deputy's idea of grilling the chicken then pouring the sauce over and grilling again then adding to sarnie :wink: All ideas are excellent! many thanks...
 
#7
Got any vodka? Mix the seasonings, tomato, paprika etc. and chicken with a shot-let of voddy...a chicken Bloody Mary sandwich.
 
#8
Gundulph said:
I wish I was blueygirl! unfortunately, I'm nowhere near a Sainsbury's either as am in Sarajevo at present, but do have Soya Sauce, Honey & Five Spices so may go with Mr_Deputy's idea of grilling the chicken then pouring the sauce over and grilling again then adding to sarnie :wink: All ideas are excellent! many thanks...
Sounds fabulous...might do something similar this evening....mmmm getting hungry now!
 
#9
4 cup Dijon mustard
2 tablespoons honey
1 teaspoon dried oregano
1 teaspoon water
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1/8-1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
4 boneless skinless chicken breast halves (1 pound)
4 sandwich buns, split
1 tomato, thinly sliced
1 cup shredded lettuce

Instructions

1. In a bowl, combine the first six ingredients.

2. Broil chicken 4 inches from the heat for 3 minutes on each side.

3. Brush with mustard sauce. Broil 4-6 minutes longer or until juices run clear, basting and turning several times.

4. Serve on buns with tomato and lettuce



Chicken, Sweet Corn & Mayonnaise Sandwich

Ingredients

120g (4 oz) sweet corn, cooked
60g (2 oz) cooked chicken breast, shredded
30ml (2 tbsp) mayonnaise
2 slices of bread, white or wholemeal, you decide

Method
Mix the sweet corn, chicken and mayonnaise in a bowl.
Spoon the mixture on one slice of bread and close the sandwich by placing the other slice on top. Enjoy.
 
#10
Try finely chopping some sun-dried tomatoes, capers, olives and red onion, then mix them together with the chicken, add loads of mayonnaise and salt and pepper. Serve in a warmed ciabatta with crisp lettuce. (Ok, not exactly a two minute snack, but it's a start!)
 
#11
Gundulph said:
I wish I was blueygirl! unfortunately, I'm nowhere near a Sainsbury's either as am in Sarajevo at present, but do have Soya Sauce, Honey & Five Spices so may go with Mr_Deputy's idea of grilling the chicken then pouring the sauce over and grilling again then adding to sarnie :wink: All ideas are excellent! many thanks...
Never mind all that - where did you get the 5 spice powder. Was it local? I have some Thai Fish sauce which I can get from Butmir if you need it. :D

OMG I feel a curry coming on :cry:
 
#14
Toast the bread, chop the roast chicken roughly. Mix some mayo, lemon juice and black pepper then add the chicken. Spoon the mix onto the toast add a bit of lettuce for crunch and enjoy!
 

maguire

LE
Book Reviewer
#16
any cajun spice? coat both sides with cajun, flame grill, then stick on fresh white toast with sliced onion, mayo and tomato ketchup. basic but bloodly lovely.
 
#17
You're aware Gundulph was wanting this Chicken Sandwich on February the 6th? I imagine he's eaten it by now. :wink:

(Bloody hope he has anyway, otherwise he'll have a RAGING hunger!)
 
#18
rickshaw-major said:
Gundulph said:
I wish I was blueygirl! unfortunately, I'm nowhere near a Sainsbury's either as am in Sarajevo at present, but do have Soya Sauce, Honey & Five Spices so may go with Mr_Deputy's idea of grilling the chicken then pouring the sauce over and grilling again then adding to sarnie :wink: All ideas are excellent! many thanks...
Never mind all that - where did you get the 5 spice powder. Was it local? I have some Thai Fish sauce which I can get from Butmir if you need it. :D

OMG I feel a curry coming on :cry:
Sorry RSM, I only just read this... the 5 Spices I usually bring back whenever I go back to the U.K. brought back some fish sauce and Teryaki sauce last time also, many thanks for the offer :wink:
 

TheIronDuke

ADC
Book Reviewer
#19
Fairies.

Heat up the frying pan and stick the toaster on. Drop 2 slices of Wonderloaf in the toaster. Slice your chicken thin and drop into the frying pan.

Stir.

Pull out toast and butter. Pull out chicken and put on toast. Coat with whatever you have got: Mayo and mustard and a light dusting of chilli powder for choice. Maybe a finely sliced gerkin on top? And a slice of crisp fried bacon. A light smear of Ardennes Pate if you are in the mood. Black pudding would work too.

Feel free to break into a neigbours house and mug them for ingredients.
 

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