Fab sandwich fillers

Fab sandwich fillers

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(6 ratings)

Easy

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

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition:

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  • carbs-
  • sugars-
  • fibre-
  • protein-
  • salt-
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Ingredients

  • bread or rolls

Method

  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, questions and tips

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holmfirth
9th Jul, 2009
they all sound good, all except the makerel, sorry lesley, but I just can't get to like this fish whatever I do to it, ARGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH, lol
blackburn_w
14th Jun, 2009
I think this is great I eat ham most days
funkybabe
18th Mar, 2009
agree very much with Morgan!
human_kenwood
21st Feb, 2009
5.05
Just tried the cheesy apple slaw filling with Hovis Seed Sensations bread. Easy to make and it tastes great.
morgangrove245
16th Oct, 2008
i feel very cross with the way we have to potray food to our children, we used to eat all sorts when we were kids and not have any problems now, my daughter now has problems with her eating habits as she is constantly having what she should and should not eat forced down her throat, leave the children alone and let them enjoy their child hood.
finlaew1
30th Sep, 2008
I'm tempted to try the cheesy apple slaw even though I was dubious at first. I just made the nicest bagel with avocado, black pepper, smoked salmon and a little sliced red chilli to give it a kick. Highly recommend!
libertylb
11th Sep, 2008
With comment to the marmite comment: This was in reference to its apparently high content but if you read into this it is banned because it is measured per 100 grams. I dont think you will find many adults let alone children that will consume 100 grams of marmite in one sitting! Marmite should not have been blacklisted like this as it can enrich the diet with essential B vitamins.
angelafield
10th Sep, 2008
4.05
Just made the cheesy apple slaw for my lunch at work tomorrow. Couldn't resist tasting a bit and it was gorgeous. Instead of granary bread or rolls I used flour tortillas to make some wraps.
hstanton
4th Sep, 2008
4.05
grandchildren loves them BUT would not even consider using marmite for children........the advert was banned on telly promoting giving to them...WHY would I want to encourage them to develop an unhealthy strong taste for salt?
marinne
4th Sep, 2008
the salmon smash i added salad cream and tomato ketchup it's great maureen whitehead

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