The next day, I decided to make lunch using leftovers from the almost tragic roast chicken. You’re right, I didn’t *just decide* to, it was all part of my masterplan. ‘Cos if I suddenly *just decide to*, I wouldn’t have ingredients such as lettuce and bread lying around at home.
Took out the cold chicken, heat up a frying pan and pan-fried the chicken. It smelled so good, yum. Must be the leftover effect: leftovers tend to smell/ taste better. I’m sure there is a psychological reason to it.
Cut my sandwich baguette into half like how Subway does it, spread some butter and put a couple slices of cheese then toasted it. Then added lettuce, mayonnaise and roast chicken.
Then eat! Om nom nom nom nom. Or rather, take to work and eat. Sorry about the photos, I didn’t have a lot of time then to take better ones.
By now, if you can figure out the economics of roasting your own chicken, yeay! I actually ate this sandwich twice because the baguette was thick and filling (and very yummy). So lunch for 2 days in a row was roasted chicken sandwich. The bread cost RM3.30 and the coral lettuce was RM4.90, which I used for 4 other meals. All in all, one lunch cost me about RM6. Hmm, maybe not so economical after all. But it was delicious.
I apologise if some of you were waiting for a funny follow-up to my first post. I realise that there is nothing funny about this blog post. Then again, there’s nothing funny about a roast chicken sandwich. Maybe you should, I don’t know, watch Monty Python.