Open Chicken Tikka sandwich recipe for your Next High tea

Guys! You HAVE to try this very easy recipe the next time you want a snack or are hosting an evening tea. I made these chicken tikka sandwiches with some left over chicken tikka I made last night for dinner. Best left over utilization ever! This tikka sandwich recipe utilizes basic home ingredients and gives you an awesome appetizer! The only thing I didn’t like was the coriander garnish so I’m just going to skip that from the recipe

Best Chicken Tikka sandwich recipe for your Next High tea

I haven’t attached the recipe of the chicken tikka in this recipe as I just used the left overs. But if you are making everything from scratch, here is a good recipe for chicken marination. Or you could be more adventurous and just use any chicken left overs that you have at hand.

PROTIP

No matter what sandwich you decide to make, make sure to always keep them covered after assembling. The bread WILL dry out if left open.

I have served this sandwich hot, cold and at room temperature and I can safely say that it tastes good no matter how you chose to serve it.

Personally, I love them for breakfasts too! If I skip cutting them and just simply slather all the toppings on it (I mean who has time to fix a fancy breakfast)

OTHER TOPPINGS

Some other toppings that go really well with this sandwich are onions, tomatoes and surprisingly jalapenos. Lets dig right into the recipe!

 

Open Chicken Tikka sandwich recipe for your Next High tea

 

Open face Chicken Tikka Sandwich

Yield: 8 pieces
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 12 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 slices of bread cut in squares
  • 1/2 cup chicken tikka (in small chunks or shredded)
  • 1/2 cucumber finely sliced
  • 2 tsp butter
  • 2 slices of mozzarella cheese
  • 1 tbsp mayonnaise
  • 1/2 tsp barbecue sauce

Instructions

  1. Layer butter on both sides of your bread slices and cut them in 4 square pieces
  2. Toast or grill your bread slices on both the sides

Layering

  1. Start by first layering a layer of cheese on top of the bread
  2. Then layer with slices of cucumber
  3. Top with chicken tikka chunk, mayo and bbq sauce

PROTIP

  1. Fill a regular plastic sandwich bag with 1 tbsp of mayonnaise and cut out a small tip at one end of the plastic bag.
  2. Use this small nozzle to drizzle mayo all over your sandwiches in a diagonal pattern to make your sandwich look pretty
  3. Use the same method to spread bbq sauce as well

Notes

All sandwiches dry out if left out in the open. Always keep your sandwiches covered with a lid or cling wraps.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 8
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 114 Total Fat: 6.5g Saturated Fat: 2.8g Cholesterol: 12mgmg Sodium: 90mgmg Carbohydrates: 12.6g Fiber: 1.6g Sugar: 5.3g Protein: 3.9g

OTHER AWESOME SANDWICH IDEAS

Oh, while your at it, I found some other really cool sandwich ideas that you might like to try

This Indian Mayo Chicken Sandwich recipe right here

This pineapple chicken sandwich by Omg Chocolate Desserts!

This BBQ chopped chicken sandwich by Chew out Loud


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Suman
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Suman

Yummmm!!! N superr quick n eezy

Ran
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Yum, yum, looks delicious! Thanks for sharing!

Shanab
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Shanab

Looks divine Wajiha, loving your recipes!

Alex
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Alex

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Keshia Richmond from Prom Guide
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Wow I never had these. They look so delicious.

Deserted_Queen
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It is midnight here now and sounds yummy. Ler me tell you this is one of my favorites.

furn011
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That is without doubt the best chicken tikka sandwich I have seen! Great pictures 🙂
I like how quick this is to create also, will give this a try.

Nina
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That looks pretty yummy! I love chicken sandwiches but I have never tried yet this kind. Can’t wait to try this!

Danielle W.
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These look amazing! I am definitely going to try!!

m1stak3
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Thank you for the recipe, can’t wait to try it out!!

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