Pierre Foods Chicken Sandwiches
These Pierre Flame Broiled Chicken Sandwiches* also
make a satisfying dinner offering when accompanied by
a small green salad or fresh fruit. Thaw sandwiches, add
toppings and heat according to package directions.
Sicilian-Style: Add 1/4 cup marinara sauce, 1/2 cup roasted
vegetables and sliced mozzarella cheese.
Chicken Santa Fe: Add 1/4 cup salsa and 1 slice Monterey
Jack cheese to the chicken, and serve with black beans
Caesar Chicken: Add 1/4 cup Caesar salad dressing, 1 slice
romaine lettuce and 1 slice tomato.
BLT Chicken: Add 2 strips cooked bacon, 1 slice lettuce and
1 slice tomato, and serve with mayonnaise or ranch dressing.
*Brands may vary by region; substitute a similar product.
Pocket Meals Stuffed Sandwich with
Italian or Fresh Tomato-Yogurt Salad
A Pocket Meals Sandwich goes nicely with a small,
crisp salad. Here are two salad dressings that work well
with this lunch.
ITALIAN SALAD DRESSING
11/2 cups bottled Italian dressing
2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese
2 tablespoons sugar
1 large raw egg or
2 tablespoons mayonnaise
1/4 cup oil
Combine dressing, Parmesan, sugar and egg in blender at
high speed 30 seconds, or until smooth. Pour into a double
boiler and add oil. Whisk over gently boiling water until
it begins to thicken and egg is cooked. Chill several hours
FRESH TOMATO-YOGURT DRESSING
2 Roma tomatoes, peeled and chopped
2 tablespoons each red wine vinegar and lemon juice
1/4 cup each extra-light olive oil and plain nonfat yogurt
1/2 teaspoon each dry mustard, oregano and basil
Dash each of cayenne, garlic powder and salt
Combine tomatoes, vinegar and lemon juice in blender
at high speed. Add other ingredients, blending again at
medium speed. Chill overnight before serving.
A true lunch hour is
now considered a luxury—
the average American
finishes the day’s second
meal in a rapid 24 minutes.
This compressed eating
time necessitates foods
that are convenient, diverse
and less filling. A 1999
and National Cheese
Institute survey indicates
that the favorite foods for
lunchtimeare cheese, fruit,
salad and chicken.
Americans’ top five
Monterey Jack (10%)
Sometimes all it takes
to spice up lunch is a
change in presentation.
When preparing sandwiches, use a variety
of breads and spreads,
such as bagels, pita
bread, muffins, grainy
mustards, relishes, yogurt
mixed with garlic and
cucumbers, and chutneys.
Spread your filling out to
the edge of a sandwich,
so that the first bite is as
good as the last.