Easy Chicken Omelette Sandwich Recipe
So, you’re truly hungry and you’re dying to order a medium sized pizza with cheesy bread sticks with Jalapeno dip and a soda for lunch, but you estimate the time until it arrives and your stomach growls louder and your brain on the other hand tells you that all of those stuff is unhealthy so make your own lunch instead.
What do you do then? You eventually go jogging to the kitchen, open your fridge and see that there’s nothing in there but all those annoying healthy vegetables and eggs and dairy products and your brain once more starts to create these lunch ideas which are so boring but hey, you gotta eat something or you’ll die so you do and you end up with a burnt plate of broccoli and whatnot (If that didn’t happen to you then Wohoo!)
In the end, you just wait for your mom or sister to enter the kitchen and plead them to make something.
So, to end this chaos, I’m gonna tell you a simple recipe that can be made in no time and with just the ingredients that are lying in your dull fridge.
Ingredients you’ll need:
2 slices of Whole Wheat Bread (Or up to you which bread to use)
2Tbs Eggless Mayonnaise (You can use any kind of Mayo)
1 Small Onion (Chopped the way you like it)
1 Lettuce leaf
Boiled Chicken pieces
½ tsp Paprika
Salt and Pepper to taste
To make the Omelette: Sauté the onions for a minute or so or until it turns slightly brown. Then add salt, pepper and paprika. Sauté again and then add the boiled chicken pieces. Mix well for a minute or so and then crack your lovely eggs. Flip the egg once the layer is formed and cooked and cook the other side too (Obviously)
To make the Sandwich: Take 2 slices of Whole Wheat Bread and spread the mayonnaise on both the slices. Place a lettuce leaf on one side, then drop your egg and finally place the other slice right on top of your egg to make a sandwich. Easy right? It won’t even take 2 minutes, hah! It’s healthy and it fills your tummy. Eat with sauce or dip of your choice and make yourself happy~
Please do try it and comment below how it turned out and whether or not if you liked it or just plain cursed me under your breath because your Omelette just burned or you don’t have a boiled chicken…
P.S. You don’t really have to use boiled chicken if you don’t want or if you’re vegan. Plain onion Omelette will do too.
Then, see you in my next post guys~
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