Sandwiches don't need to be boring!
I've mixed wasabi paste and Nigella seeds into Total yoghurt to make a hot, fragrant condiment. Then, I've layered up a toasted wrap with chicken, pear and Greek light salad cheese (based on low fat Feta)to make an enormous stacked sarnie! It will feed one very hungry person or two as a light snack.
YOU WILL NEED : (Serves 1-2 people)
7sp/9pp/approx.398kcal for 1 portion
or 3sp/5pp/199kcal per portion
if shared between 2
1 Square white wrap
(I use the Warburtons one at 4sp/4pp/159kcal)
100g Total 0% Greek Yoghurt
wasabi paste (to your personal taste)
2 teaspoons Nigella seeds
50g cooked chicken, sliced
1 red pear, cored and sliced (skin on)
30g Greek light salad cheese
Cut the wrap into 4 pieces and toast. Don't worry if it curls slightly as this adds to the presentation!
Add the wasabi paste and 1 teaspoon Nigella seeds into the Total Greek Yoghurt. I put around 2-3cms of wasabi from the tube but add to your personal preference. Mix well.
Place the first piece of toasted wrap onto your serving plate and dollop with 1/4 of the yoghurt mixture.
Add some rocket or salad leaves of your choice before placing the second piece of toasted wrap on top.
Spread with another quarter of the Total Greek Yoghurt mixture.
Add half the chicken and pear with crumbled cheese to this layer, saving half the ingredients for the next layer.
Repeat so that you have another layer of toasted wrap, chicken, pear and cheese. Save a slice of chicken and pear for the top. Allow some of the crumbled cheese to fall onto the plate in random scatters.
Top the final piece of toasted wrap with the remaining Total Greek Yoghurt mixture, a couple of rocket leaves and a little chicken and pear. Finally scatter the stack with some Nigella seeds allowing some to fall onto the plate.
This is one monumental sandwich but is easier to eat than you might imagine...
...as the layers can easily be separated again to be enjoyed.
Please note; All my opinions are my own however this blog post has been sponsored as it was part of a promotional campaign with TOTAL yoghurt