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Wednesday, 9 May 2012

Chicken n corn sandwich


Love the mind boggling appearance


Mommies of school going kids are always wondering what to prepare for her darling’s lunch box the next day. Nothing can be a more easily available item other than bread. Perhaps sandwich with various permutation combinations can be the best option for any school going kid. Last week when I was on the challenge to create the very best out of the limited resources in my kitchen, the idea of 'Chicken corn sandwich’ clicked my mind and it was a wonderful dish out of the easily available ingredients in my house. Let’s share my experience with all my friends.


Ingredients: (for preparing 6 sandwiches)

Bread,

Chicken (300 gms. boneless),

Onions (1 big sized chopped into smaller pieces),

Tomatoes (1 big sized chopped into smaller pieces),

Capsicum (1 medium sized chopped into smaller pieces),

Boiled corn (1 medium sized one),

Garlic (1 clove crushed),

Dried oregano powder (1 teaspoon)

Green chilies (2-3 pieces chopped into smaller pieces),

Salt as per taste.

Equipments used:

Sandwich maker,

Brush for putting oil.



Crispy, crunchy deal



Procedure: Boil boneless chicken for 15 minutes till it becomes soft. Mash it with the help of a spatula. Keep it aside. Boil maize in a container till it becomes soft enough. Heat oil in a container and dash the vegetables (onions, tomatoes, capsicum) into it. Add crushed garlic and chopped green chilies to it. Add salt and boiled corns to it. Allow the mixture to cool down. Take bread and put the chicken stuffing’s inside. Sprinkle oregano powder on it for the ultimate flavor. Cover it with another one. Prepare stuffed bread like this and bake it to a sandwich maker for 5 minutes. You may use a brush to apply oil on both sides. After 4 minutes, remove the sandwich from the electric gazette. Tasty, crispy sandwich is ready to romance with your tongue.

This may be a good tiffin item for your child’s lunch box. Well, this can be a solution for some quick snacks for some guests who give you a surprise visit.







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