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Light Fantastic Pizza Sandwich

Light Fantastic Pizza Sandwich created by Chef floWer

This was a weekend concoction using left over chicken when the budget didn't stretch to eating pizza out. Not a recipe as such, more an idea. It was an immediate hit at our place. I use a sandwich press to toast them. Great for a substantial breakfast on the run. Can use anything of course to fill, but this is what we like.

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8mins
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ingredients

  • 2 slices bread (i like wholegrain)
  • 1 teaspoon margarine
  • 1 tablespoon tomato sauce (ketchup)
  • 14 cup cooked chicken (shredded)
  • 1 pineapple slice (tinned, well-drained)
  • 2 tablespoons tasty low-fat cheese (grated)

directions

  • Butter the outside of the bread slices, and fill the inside (unbuttered) sides of the sandwich as follows:.
  • Tablespoon of tomato sauce, spread on one slice of each sandwich.
  • Top with chicken (or ham, bacon etc) generously, then sliced (drained) pineapple, and cheese.
  • Finish off with upper slice of bread, then press and toast.
  • Enjoy : )).
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"This was a weekend concoction using left over chicken when the budget didn't stretch to eating pizza out. Not a recipe as such, more an idea. It was an immediate hit at our place. I use a sandwich press to toast them. Great for a substantial breakfast on the run. Can use anything of course to fill, but this is what we like."
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  1. Chef floWer
    Light Fantastic Pizza Sandwich Created by Chef floWer
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  2. Chef floWer
    Yum, this made a fantastic lunch. Didn't really need to 'prepare' anything, just had to take out the ingredients from the fridge. Only change I made was I used two slices of pineapple to cover the chicken (had large slices of bread). Used my panini press and pesto, lunch was served. Thank you RubberDucky AU
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  3. RubberDucky AU
    This was a weekend concoction using left over chicken when the budget didn't stretch to eating pizza out. Not a recipe as such, more an idea. It was an immediate hit at our place. I use a sandwich press to toast them. Great for a substantial breakfast on the run. Can use anything of course to fill, but this is what we like.
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