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Sandwich Idea - Chinese-style Chicken with Sweet Chilli Sauce

Chinese-style Chicken with Sweet Chilli Sauce and Baby Leaves tucked between Warburtons Seeded Sandwich Thins. Healthy and delicious.

Chinese-style Chicken with Sweet Chilli Sauce Sandwich

Having recently been set a challenge by Warburtons which was to create a healthy sandwich using their Sandwich Thins, here's my sandwich!

Warburtons sandwich thins are available just 100Kcal per thin. They're pre-sliced too which makes them ideal for rustling up a super quick sandwich.

There are four varieties to choose from; white, brown, seeded and half and half. Assemble the sandwich layering chicken sweet chilli sauce and the salad and coriander leaves - and enjoy.


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Follow the recipe below!

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Author: Jan Bennett
Chinese-style Chicken with Sweet Chilli Sandwich

Chinese-style Chicken with Sweet Chilli Sandwich

Prep time: 5 MinTotal time: 5 Min

Ingredients

  • 1 pack of Warburtons Seeded Sandwich Thins
  • 1 pack of ready-cooked chicken slices (Chinese-style) available in any good supermarket from the deli section
  • 1 pack of baby leaf salad with rocket
  • a few freshly picked coriander leaves
  • Sweet chilli dipping sauce

Instructions

  1. Assemble the sandwich layering chicken sweet chilli sauce and the salad and coriander leaves - and enjoy.
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5 comments

  1. Looks like a lovely sandwich! I haven't tried these sandwich thins yet, but at 100kcal a slice they are tempting!

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  2. Looks tasty... I do think however this concept is a wheeze to get folks to pay more for less product!!

    I do enjoy eating them though.

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  3. I love these thins, I make them into little pretend, healthier pizzas. They feel like a treat without being too calorific!

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  4. I've not tried the thins yet, looks handy for making a quick sandwich though. Chinese chicken sounds like a tasty filling too.

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  5. Yum. I made some sweet chilli sauce this weekend and Mark has been putting it on everything, so I'll be showing him this to add to his repertoire!

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Jan