Chicken Curry Sandwich with Mango Chutney

curried chicken salad sandwich

Curried Chicken Salad Sandwich

Earlier I made this great grilled Greek -marinated chicken for dinner and purposely cooked an extra chicken breast because we can always find a good use for good cooked chicken in our lunches.

First I mixed up some plain chicken salad with it, so my girls could enjoy that in a sandwich.  But for my portion I added some curry powder and chopped grapes. Then I spread some mango chutney on one piece of the bread and topped with a slice of Romaine lettuce. I really liked the spice of the curry powder with the sweetness of the grapes and the crunch of the lettuce and diced dill pickles.

I’m sure the sandwich was even better because I’d made bread over the weekend in my bread machine. (It’s a Zojirushi BB-CEC20WB Home Bakery Supreme 2-Pound-Loaf Breadmaker, White. That’s an affiliate link so I make a small commission if you buy something from Amazon after clicking on that link).  The joys of having a bread machine is that it’s really easy to whip up “fancy” bread when you’d like. This had ricotta cheese and fresh chives from my garden.  Super tasty. Half of it was gone the day I baked it.

Chicken Curry Sandwich with Mango Chutney

  • 1 cooked chicken breasts, diced or minced as you prefer
  • approximately 3 Tbs mayonnaise, more or less to your taste
  • 1/4 cup diced dill pickle (or sweet pickle relish if you prefer)
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1/4 tsp of curry powder
  • 1/4 cup diced grapes
  • 1 Tbs Major Grey's Mango Chutney per sandwich
  • 1 slice Romaine lettuce per sandwich

Mix all the ingredients together.

Taste and adjust. Depending on the spiciness of your curry powder you may want more or less. And depending on how your chicken was cooked you may want more salt and pepper. Mine was pretty well seasoned as it was with this [grilled Greek chicken | http://cheapcooking.com/2013/03/greek-grilled-chicken.html]

If you're making for this for wee folks of different tastes, you can mix up everything but the curry powder (and possibly grapes) and then add some of that to just the portion reserved for grownup tastes.

Toast your bread.

Spread the slices destined for the curried chicken salad with some mango chutney.

Spread chicken salad over it.

Top with some Romaine lettuce.

Slice and serve.

I work at home and can easily get bored with leftovers for lunch.  This uses leftover chicken but doesn’t taste like leftovers for lunch to me!  Definitely tasted like something you’d order eating out and was really hardly any effort beyond making a boring chicken salad sandwich.

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  1. substituted lettuce for purple cabbage and pickles for celery (to keep the crunch) delicious!

  2. making this today, grilling chicken breasts first in olive oil with some cajun seasoning, curry powder and a bit of cumin so hungry and excited!!!

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