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How to make two different types of sandwich filling ideas.

In this post ill be telling you how to make two different types of sandwich filling ideasI hope you enjoy.


How to make a roasted vegetable and cheddar cheese sandwich.


15 minutes preparation time        about 20 minutes cooking time


Ingredients
 
1 half of a courgette
1 half of a aubergine
1 green pepper
1 red pepper
Half an onion
a dribble of olive oil
a few chunks of cheddar
salt and pepper

First preheat your oven to 200oC/gas mark 6.Then get your courgette and wash it in the sink. Then chop it in half then chop into small slices then in half again. Next get your red pepper and chop the top of then cut it in half and get all the seeds out then finely chop the pepper into thin strips.

Then do the same with the green pepper. Then get your aubergine and chop in half and chop it up into small chunks. Next get your onion and chop it in half and finely dice it into small bits.

Then put all the vegetables on a baking tray and drizzle some olive oil on them and use your hands to mix it all together. then put in the oven for about 20 minutes until cooked. Next get your bloomer loaf and cut two big slices ready, then cover both slices with butter. Then cut up some cheddar cheese ready to go on top. once the vegetables are cooked you can put them all on one bit of bread then put the chunks of cheddar cheese on top.


 

                          How to make a Chicken and hummus and salad sandwich

         
          15 minutes preparation time    25 minutes cooking time

      
         Ingredients
 
        1 can of chickpeas
        2 cloves of garlic cut
        2 tablespoons of olive oil
        the juice of 1 lemon
        1 chicken breast
        salt and pepper
        paprika
        cumin
       
First to make your hummus, drain all the juice out of the chick peas then  rinse them. Then combine the chickpeas, the lemon juice,garlic,cumin, paprika, salt and add olive oil bit by bit into a food processor, and then blend to a creamy puree. Then add more lemon juice, garlic cumin or salt to taste.
 
 
cut off all the fatty bits off your chicken breast and the manky bits. Then into three thin strips by cutting through the chicken breast with your knife slowly going through the chicken breast. Next season  both sides of each of the chicken strips with salt and pepper then cover with some olive oil.
 
 Next get a gridlepan and put the strips of chicken on it and leave until they go brown then flip each side u will kno when u think its done stick a thermometer in the thickest bit of the breast of its 75oC then there done. Next get cut two thick bits of bread and spread both sides of bread with the hummus then cover the bread with the chicken and put the salad on top 0f the chicken.
 


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