Fab sandwich fillers

Fab sandwich fillers

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These sandwich ideas are great for a school packed lunch and they’re so tasty, you’ll be taking them to work for your lunch, too

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  1. Cheesy apple slaw
    Mix their favourite grated hard cheese with grated apple, chopped spring onions, a squeeze of lemon and a little mayonnaise. Delicious with wholemeal bread or rolls.

  2. Salmon smash
    Mash up a drained and boned can of red salmon with a little tomato ketchup. Spread onto wholemeal or granary bread and sprinkle with lots of mustard and cress.

  3. Tandoori chicken wraps
    Roll chapattis or flour tortillas around a filling of ready-cooked tandoori chicken pieces, shredded lettuce and chopped tomato. Serve with dollops of bought chunky cucumber raita.

  4. Scout’s MCC
    Try Marmite, grated cheddar and sliced cucumber in a crusty baguette or ciabatta roll – they’ll either love it or hate it!

  5. Cream cheese & roasted red pepper bagels
    Fill onion or regulars bagels with soft cheese and roasted peppers from a jar.

  6. Creamy smoked mackerel
    Skin and flake smoked mackerel fillets,then mix with a little mayonnaise and Greek yogurt. Spread onto thick wholemeal bread and top with crisp lettuce leaves.

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Comments (21)

wildgingergolden's picture

I think Lesley Walters did a good job in the mixture of ingredients in the sandwiches, the only change I made in the Salmon Smash is, for my taste, would be a little Vinegar instead of Tomato Ketchup.


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