Kosher foods are those that conform to the Jewish food laws and are quite ancient in nature. However, still a lot of Jews do conform to those standards of food.
I had little knowledge of what Kosher actually stands for, but when I saw Chicken Kosher in the supermarket stall and it looked quite like the ordinary Chicken salami, I just picked up one packet. Am glad I did, because when it came to writing this post, I did a little research and came to know about this food standards that Jews follow.
Honestly, taste wise it tasted as good as any other processed chicken.
The next morning I wanted a great tasting breakfast, though I am really not a breakfast person, but there are some days I really am hungry in the mornings. Those mornings, I really want good food. Looking into the fridge I could see this packet of Chicken and a box of Sundried Tomato Feta cheese. What could be better than a nice hearty sandwich? Mmmm, I was already craving for it.
Preperation / Assembling Time – 5 minutes
Serves – 1
a few slices Chicken Kosher or use any other sliced processed meat
1 tbspn – red jalapenos in brine
2 tbspn – feta cheese (I used Sundried Tomato flavor you could use plain or any other flavor)
1 tbspn – pitted olives
2 – green chillies (I wanted my sandwich to be real hot – you can adjust to your taste or omit)
1 tbspn – mayo
a little oil
In a pan add just a few drops of oil and fry the sliced meat till crispy. Do it on a low flame.
Take any bread of your choice
Spread mayo on both the slices
On one slice spread the crispy meat slices, top them liberally with jalapenos, olives and green chillies
On the other slice crumble the feta and spread
Close the sandwich and grill if you wish to.
I did not
It was one great sandwich I really enjoyed chomping on. The crispy meat gave it great texture and the feta a great flavor. I love chillies and they were just hot enough to make me enjoy the sandwich with a hot cup of ginger tea.