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Cheese Ploughman's with a Hot Twist

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Serves 1

Similar to a traditional Cheese Ploughman's sandwich, but with a few tweaks to add a bit of a hot twist!

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  • 2 slices of bread
  • Branston pickle (spread)
  • Mexicana cheese (sliced)
  • Wafer thin roast chicken slices (x3)
  • Cherry tomatoes (x3, sliced)
  • Mayonnaise
  • Florette crunchy leaves (handful)
  • Smoked paprika powder (sprinkle on top afterwards)


  1. Spread the Branston pickle over two slices of bread (a moderate amount will do).

  2. Slice some Mexicana cheese and cover one of the bread slices in the slices.

  3. Add 3 wafer thin roast chicken slices to the bread slice with just the pickle on it.

  4. Slice 3 cherry tomatoes (into quarters, lengthways) and lay them on top of the wafer thin chicken slices.

  5. Add a moderate amount of mayonnaise onto both bread slices (on top of the fillings already there).

  6. Grab a handful of florette crunchy leaves and add those on top of the bread slice that had the cheese added to it.

  7. Carefully bring the fillings from each side together by closing the sandwich.

  8. Finish with a sprinkle of smoked paprika powder, sprinkled on top of the sandwich and then enjoy!

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