How To Make A Delicious Chicken Salami Sandwich: 2 Ways

What to cook?' - If this is the evergreen question that you start your day with, congratulations! You are one of the million people prepping for breakfast right now with this question in mind and no definite answer in hand. Usually, you would throw some cornflakes in a bowl of milk, or maybe toast a slice of bread and be done with it. Now, although these breakfast options are easy and quick, they do get repetitive after a point and there are only so many ways you can pair bread and eggs together. So for those days when you want something quick yet different, easy yet delicious.

The Ingredients

2 cups of shredded rotisserie chicken 1 cup of mayo 2 cups of shredded sharp cheddar 1/2 cup of chopped green onion 2 eggs How to make it? Mix the ingredients and then mix them together until you have a paste-like consistency. Form the mixture into patties and fry on medium heat till they get crispy. Serve on toasted sourdough bread or any other flat bread that you are sure to love. Egg Salad Eggs are a household favourite and it is always a good idea to make your own versions of all sorts of egg dishes. So for a quick, cheap and easy breakfast or snack, try making this simple egg salad sandwich. The sandwich is made of the combination of 1/2 cup of mayo and a mixture of cooked diced turkey, cooked sliced chicken, chopped onions and chopped tomatoes.

 

Cooking Instructions

For the boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut them into small cubes and set aside. For the Kielbasa, you can either roast it first, add it with some sliced onion and mushrooms, and then leave to cook on a low flame or you can bake it. For the green onions, thinly slice them and let them cook for a while. For the cheese, grated mozzarella cheese is the best. How To Make A Delicious Chicken Salami Sandwich: 3 Ways | Verve Ingredients Boneless skinless chicken breasts - ⅓ cup Kielbasa - ⅓ cup Green Onions - ⅓ cup Mayonnaise - ⅓ cup Onion - ⅓ cup Tomato - ⅓ cup Kielbasa - ⅓ cup Parsley - ⅓ cup Kielbasa - ⅓ cup Salt Grated mozzarella cheese - ⅓ cup Method Start off by preheating the oven at 180 degrees Celsius.

 

Serving Suggestions

Toast your bagel (griddle-baked works well, or even a sandwich-sized English muffin) In a small bowl, mix the mayo and a dash of garlic salt Add in some sliced chives Place the bagel on a griddle or panini press and fry for about 3 minutes on each side Remove the bagel from the panini press and either slice into thin matchsticks, or eat as it is with a spread of cream cheese Chef Nithin Kamath is the executive chef of a Bengaluru-based restaurant, called Blue Ginger. His specialities include grilled corn on the cob with mayo and chives, apple pie, shakshuka, beetroot and mozzarella salads, and my personal favourite, chilli beef kebabs.

 

Salami Sandwich

If you have access to good quality, spicy salami, a quick breakfast that will make you full for hours is a winning combination. So you pick up the best salami you can find and a quick fry in some garlic, onion, ginger and chilli powder. Take this mixture and mold it into a ball. Put it in a pan with some oil and fry it until the outside becomes crispy. Take it out of the pan and coat it with yoghurt. Cover it with a thick layer of cream cheese, jam, meat and maybe some fried onions. Top it with a crunchy bread and you have yourself a perfect chicken sandwich. Shake salad A cold salad with fresh greens, a refreshing dressing and a dollop of mayonnaise?

 

Toast, Jam, and Butter Sandwich

This is the ultimate combination of all. Since jam is full of nutrients, and the melted butter melts in the hot jam, you have got yourself a very nourishing and tasty sandwich that you can whip up in no time. It's a satisfying combo of fats with sweetness. Ingredients 6 thick slices of bread 2 tablespoons jam 3 tablespoons melted butter 2 slices of buttered toast How To Make It In a small bowl, combine the jam and melted butter. Grill or pan-fry the slices of buttered toast until they're golden brown. Take each slice of buttered toast, dip it in the jam-butter mixture and place it on a small plate. Repeat this with the rest of the slices of buttered toast. Drizzle some of the extra butter from the melted butter on top of the bread.

 

Conclusion

Thinking through your options can take as long as an hour (maybe not if you go to a super fancy restaurant, but definitely in the real world), but we understand that food doesn't always cut it for you. Maybe you are just not hungry or you are on your way to work and don't have time to spare. If this is you, give this guide a try and experience a different kind of deliciousness!

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