June 15, 2006

Chicken Tikka Ginsters Sandwiches

Due to the fact that I rarely have the ingredients to make a nice sandwich, coupled with the fact that I like the extra 10 minutes in bed in the morning, I usually have to buy my lunch from Uni. Due to the union shop still being open here at Cranfield, I usually opt for the Meal Deal which gets you any sandwich, a 500ml bottle of pop or water and a packet of Walkers or McCoy, all for the reasonable price of £2.85.
Today, a pack of sandwiches caught my eye, Chicken Tikka. Now, I have had many sandwiches attempting to be some sort of curry flavour and they are always a huge disappointment. I have even tried putting actual curry from lunch in between bread and that is also a disappointment. But Ginsters might have finally found the solution.
Chicken Tikka breast (that actually looked and tasted like proper Chicken Tikka), on a bed of sliced cucumber and coriander leaves with Raita (instead of butter/margarine) on Wholemeal bread. Ok, so for all you Madras fans out there there is no heat at all but the flavours were just right! If anyone is peckish and they come across some of these sandwiches, I would highly recommend them!

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