These are the easiest sandwiches to make and they taste great, especially if you eat them with a soup or add chips on the side. Bonus, they are super healthy if you use my ingredients. The bread is whole wheat, although I prefer multigrain.
Approximate Prep and Cooking Time: 15 MINUTES
Approximate Cost: $12.50 or $2.08 per sandwich
Difficulty Level: X Easy ____ Intermediate ____ Advanced
2 cans of canned chicken breast (@$2.80 ea. = $5.60)
2 tbsp. of dry onion flakes (.35)
3 tbsp. Of Tzatziki sauce (.40)
2 tbsp. Of lemon juice (.20)
1 ½ tbsp. of olive oil (.40)
6 wheat thin sandwich buns ($3.50)
1 tbs. of chopped olives (.35)
¼ c. mild banana peppers (or to taste. (.20)
2 cups of spinach ($1.50)
Drain the broth in the chicken cans.
Add the dry onion flakes, Tzatziki sauce, lemon juice, Red Hot Sauce, olive oil, and chopped olives. Mix all well.
Open the flat breads and spread Tzatziki sauce on then instead of mayo or butter.
Add a handful of spinach, top with chicken mixture, add few banana peppers to taste.
Cover with the other top and enjoy.
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