Over the summer Warburtons has been publishing videos of their own gameshow called ‘Krazy Kitchen’ the idea has been to inject a bit of fun into lunchtimes. Lets face it over the summer holidays if your at home a lot lunchtime can get rather boring, usually the same old thing in my house as the boys are creatures of habit!
The Warburtons Krazy Kitchen videos are just 30 seconds long (which is great for someone like me who doesn’t ‘like’ watching videos!) and feature two families, the McDermotts and the Griffiths who are battling it out to make the best sandwich under conditions of craziness such as chickens running around!
Tomorrow Warburtons will be posting the final instalment of the series which is well worth checking out! Watching back the previous episodes they are such a giggle! It looks like the families involved had a great time!
Warburtons kindly sent us some ingredients for us to use to make our own Krazy Kitchen Recipe. Being vegetarian I adapted one of the recipes and decided I’d give it a whirl. Generally I’m not a pitta bread fan but I figured I’d try it out!
- 1 Warburtons White Sandwich Pitta
- 50g Tuna
- 1 Tablespoon of Sweetcorn
- 10g sliced red onion (optional)
- 20g Cheese
- Bistro Salad Leaves
- Balsamic Vinegar
For a veggie version I took out the tuna and instead of spread I used some mayonnaise to give it a bit more flavour.
The Pittas need grilling for a few minutes and they rise up really well and they are almost pre torn so you don’t have to battle to get them open which makes a nice change! I then spread mayo on all the sides of the pockets and filled them with the sweetcorn, cheese, salad and red onion.
I served them up to the boys who were pretty shocked by something new. They pulled out the salad and onion but did enjoy it with the sweetcorn and cheese. I was hugely impressed with the way it tasted and I have to admit I should make more of an effort to try new things in sandwiches rather than always having the same old thing!
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