Chicken - Mayo Sandwich

     As kids my brother and myself loved having evening snacks and specially the Chicken Sandwich  from the then famous Bakery in our town , and they had this yummy tasting  sandwiches , cutlets , samosas and many more. As years passed more and more bakeries came and  many started having different kinds of sandwiches, but these remained our favorite.

While browsing i came across this recipe at A Tasty Challenge which exactly looked liked the ones we had as kids. I just didn't need to think twice for a trial, and now i am in love again. As my little one is a great Bread girl, she loved it , and so did her dad. My friends who were over also enjoyed our piece of childhood. It surely did remind my days loving less and fighting more with my brother, yes as any other sibling we too had our share of fights, but it was all solved and something to look back and laugh upon now.

Note: Here i didn't do much changes to the recipe other than adding curd, i really feel the taste of Mayo to be over powering every time i use it in my dishes, so please adjust according to your taste buds.

Chicken - Mayo Sandwich

2 cups Chicken ( Roasted and Shredded )
1 1/2 cup Cabbage Shredded
1/4 cup Carrot Shredded
1/2 Tomato sliced (seeds removed )
1/3 - 1/2 cup Mayonnaise ( i just used 1/4 cup , adjust to your taste )
3 tbsp Thick Curd ( opt )
1/2  tsp Pepper powder
Hot Dog Buns as needed
Butter as needed


For Roasting the Chicken :

Rub 1 Chicken breast with salt , pepper and oil and roast in a pre- heated oven at 350F until done. Cool it and shred.
Mix together Chicken + Cabbage + Carrot + Tomato + mayo + curd + pepper and salt as needed.
Butter a hot dog carefully without splitting it open , stuff in with the filling .
Wrap it with parchment paper  and secure the paper with a toothpick ( i didn't have any ), and Serve.


  1. one of our favorite sandwiches... u've loaded it with veges, which is really good...

  2. looks tempting...gorgeous clicks..

  3. such a lovely presentation ; very nice you are quite innovative dear plus i really like the use of curd in that :)


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