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Saturday 1 June 2013

Chilli Turkey Ciabatta

We've had a few nice days recently so I hope I'm not tempting fate here by saying 'I wonder if Summer is finally on the way'....

I'm hoping that this year we manage a bit more Al Fresco dining that we did last year, although to be honest I think we've managed that already. We have new garden furniture and a parasol that I hope will get plenty of use keeping the sun off us rather than the rain.

I also hope (I'm doing a lot of hoping here) that we get to have some days out with a picnic. We may be just about the furthest from the beach that you can possibly be in this country but at least that means we won't be eating sand sandwiches. Picnics don't have to be boring and this turkey ciabatta sandwich was rustled up in 20 minutes and can be eaten hot or cold.

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Chilli Turkey Ciabatta
- serves 4

4 Turkey breast steaks
Olive oil
4 tsp Hot Sweet Chilli Sauce
2 tbsp Mayonnaise
squeeze of lemon juice
4 Ciabatta rolls
handful of rocket

  • Lay the turkey steaks between 2 layers of clingfilm and bash with a rolling pin to flatten
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  • Rub both sides od the flattened turkey with olive oil and chilli sauce - use approx 1 tsp of chilli sauce per steak
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  • Heat a griddle pan (or you can use a bbq) and cook the steaks for approx 2-3 minutes on each side, until cooked completely through
  • In the meantime mix the mayonnaise and lemon juice together & set aside
  • Halve the ciabattas and once the turkey is cooked lay the bread cut side down on the griddle pan to toast for a minute
  • Spread the toasted sides of the ciabatta with the lemon mayonnaise
  • PIle some rocket onto one half of the ciabatta and lay the turkey steak on top and then place the other half of the roll on top

This post is an entry for BritMums’ Summer Turkey Recipe Challenge with Lean on Turkey

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I have also entered this into a new challenge on Délicieux and Chez Foti which for June is Picnic Food & Outdoor Nibbles 

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Four Seasons Food hosted by Delicieux and Chezfoti

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