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Salsa Verde Chicken Sandwich

Salsa Verde Chicken Sandwich


By Abby Allen
16, January 2018

Not just another sandwich this Salsa Verde Chicken sandwich is a delicious way to perk up a lunchtime meal.

Ingredients

For the Salsa Verde:

  • 1 handful of basil with storks removed
  • 1 small handful of mint with storks removed
  • 5 small gherkins
  • 1 tbsp of capers
  • 1 tsp of dijon mustard
  • Juice of 1/2 a lemon

For the sandwich:

    Method

    Place all of the ingredients for the salsa verde apart from the olive oil in a food processor. Pulse until chopped. Add the oil and pulse again to combine. Season with salt and pepper. Shred the lettuce and place in a bowl along with the mayonnaise and a ground or two of black pepper. Use your hands to toss the lettuce to coat it with the mayonnaise.

    Take a cast iron pan and heat on a medium setting. Add a little fat and place the chicken breast skin side down, cook for 2-3 minutes on both sides. If you are using chicken fillets, cook for about 1-2 minutes per fillet. Leave to rest for 5 minutes then slice.

    Divide the lettuce between the four sandwiches, top with the sliced chicken and finish with the salsa verde.

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