Sandwich Saturday

I had a really mellow this weekend. It helped that the weather in this corner of the world was spectacular – a beautiful spring break. The sun was shining, but it was still rather cool and I wore a vest over my sweatshirt while wandering around my neighborhood. One perk that results from the seasonal change is the different types of produce available. Hooray for fruit! I scored some Alphonso mangoes for a pretty decent price – I’ve been having one every morning for the last week or so and I get quite a few envious looks around the workplace watercooler as I prepare my breakfast. It’s such a fantastic way to star the day and they are so easy to eat! I was also tempted to buy a bunch of well-priced asparagus, but…err…wasn’t too keen on the after-effects of eating asparagus. I am definitely a part of the population that suffers from that peculiar side effect of eating asparagus. Too bad, because I really like asparagus!

Anyway, getting back to the topic at hand – I was digging around my fridge and trying to find something to eat for a post-gym snack. I had leftover chicken and scallions = chicken salad it is!
Note: I love onions. Seriously – if they didn’t cause such stinky breath I would eat onions ALL DAY. I can never leave a grocery store without grabbing a bunch of scallions.

Here is my rough recipe for chicken salad:

Take a medium bowl and mix together = chopped up chicken (breast, leg, whatever), scallions (I put three, for the more moderate – maybe just one, hee hee), 1 rib of celery finely chopped, 1/2 cup mayonnaise, 2 cloves of pressed garlic (passed through a garlic press), salt and pepper to taste. Mix well – add more mayonnaise if you prefer. I would also recommend 1/2 an avocado finely chopped.

I was thinking up of sandwich pairings and like ice cream, the possibilities are endless! It really depends on your taste. For this spring day, I chose sliced apples, avocado, and lettuce. The apples added a beautiful crunch and sweetness to each bite and I would highly recommend it! The next day, I did Laughing Cow cheese, apples, and toasted almond slices on top of baguette.

Oh yeah. A spoon can dream. And make it into reality! Unfortunately, I was too hungry to take snaps of the baguette-wich, so you’ll have to make do with the Saturday meal. And yes, my sandwich is held together by generic “whole wheat” bread. Others have vices like Twinkies or french fries – mine? Dirty, generic, not-enriched bread.

It goes without saying that I can’t wait for summer – BBQ time!

Categories: apple, chicken salad, lunch, sandwiches


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One Comment on “Sandwich Saturday”

  1. April 13, 2010 at 6:42 am #

    Mmmm omg this sounds delicious! I must try.

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