Fiery Chicken Club Sandwich with Fresh Zesty Mango Salsa

Just in case you didn't know, this week is British Sandwich Week (8th to 14th May) and the lovely people over at Warburtons have asked me along with six other bloggers to take part in their Sandwich Recipe Challenge where each blogger has to create their Ultimate Sandwich.

For me a proper sandwich has to be something with a little heat to it, so off to the supermarket I went to buy ingredients for my ultimate sandwich!


Traditionally toasted bread is used to make a club sandwich but as I used Warburtons Thins I decided toasting wasn't the way to go.  Since they're so thin, knowing me I'd probably end up burning them to a crisp which is never going to be a good idea!

We're already a fans of Warburtons bread anyway and we both love Warburtons Thins.   I chose the Seeded ones to make my sandwich but 'Thins' are available in several varieties which does make it hard to choose.
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For this recipe you can of course can use whichever flavoured cooked and sliced chicken takes your fancy (or even plain chicken) but for extra heat I used Piri Piri.

You will need (per club sandwich):
160g pack of Ready Cooked and Sliced Flavoured Chicken

Ingredients for the Fresh Zesty Mango Salsa (per club sandwich):
1/4 of a nice ripe mango - stone removed, peeled and diced
1/4 red bell pepper - deseeded and diced
1/4 green bell pepper - deseeded and diced
1 spring onion - thinly sliced
2 cm of red chilli - deseeded and finely chopped

1/2 a teaspoon fish sauce (Nam Pla - available in any good supermarket)
1/2 a lime - zest and juice
2 teaspoons caster sugar

Method:
Mix the fish sauce, lime juice and zest, together with the caster sugar.
Add all of the prepared and diced ingredients and mix well to coat.

You will need 1 and a half Warburtons Thins per Club Sandwich: 
Assemble your sandwich using your favorite Warburtons Thins (I used Seeded).
Add a layer of chicken slices to one half of a Thin and top with salsa
Add another half of Warburtons Thins topped with chicken and salsa.
Finish by adding the remaining Thin.  Enjoy.


Other bloggers taking part in this challenge are: 

ET Speaks From Home @etspeaksfrom
Food Quine @foodiequine
Recipes From a Pantry @recipepantry
Mad House Family Reviews @cherylp59
Eats Amazing @EatsAmazing
Dadventurer @The_dadventurer

If you're not keen on spicy things, check out this gorgeous looking Radish, Avocado and Egg Mayonnaise sandwich from Recipe from a Pantry

Join in:
Get creative yourself and share your ultimate sandwich creations with Warburtons on social media. Be sure to use @Warburtons and the hashtag #BritishSandwichWeek so we can all find them. Nom nom!

Disclosure:  I was sent a variety of  Warburtons Thins along with a supermarket voucher.

7 comments

  1. I am a huge fan of all things Warbutons and this sandwich - oh this sandwich. It just rocks.

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  2. What a gorgeous idea for a sanwich filling, I am really enjoying reading all the creative fillings and now am inspired to get trying some of them for myself!

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  3. I love this idea for a sandwich filling. Warburton have a great selection of breads don't they!

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  4. I do like the thins, but I would just go for the salad. Love the addition of Mango. Great idea.

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  5. I love sandwich thins... I toast them then load 'em up with tuna mayo or cottage cheese and plenty of salad. I'm really loving the look of your chicken and mango combo here!

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  6. I love a club sandwich! Great idea to use the sandwich thins - when you've got three layers, you don't want anything too thick!

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  7. I really like the thins - this looks an awesome sandwich too :)

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Cheers
Jan

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