Learn how to prepare our Teriyaki Chicken Sandwich!
Pita bread *, cut into halves4 slices
Light soy sauce *2 tbsp
Dark soy sauce *1 tsp
Chicken breast fillet (without skin), cut into 8 pieces400 g
Corn flour1 tbsp
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Cut chicken fillet into 8 pieces. Marinade chicken pieces with teriyaki seasoning and keep aside.
Heat a little oil in the frying pan and add chicken pieces. Pan-fry chicken pieces until golden brown on both sides.
Cut Pita bread into half and press the sides slightly to open the pocket.
Arrange the lettuce, tomato and chicken pieces. Serve.
Note: Pita bread can be replaced with wholemeal bread.
Use different types of breads to make the sandwich. This is a great way to introduce wholegrain breads such as wholemeal bread, wholemeal pita bread, and wholegrain breads into your child's diet. Wholegrain products contain higher amount of fibre, vitamin, minerals and anti-oxidants.
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This article was last reviewed on
22 Nov 2023
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