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This robust and flavorful curry chicken salad sandwich is made with a mixture of Greek yogurt and mayonnaise so it has a much lighter taste with more health benefits than your typical calorie packed chicken salad. Greek yogurt not only provides a nice tangy bite, but it's also full of probiotics and live cultures that help aid digestion and speed up metabolism.
We recommend using this curry chicken salad as a sandwich recipe between two toasted slices of a pumpkin bagel (for a hint of sweetness), a drizzle of sriracha (for heat), a few cucumbers (for crunch, and lastly, a handful of kale leaves (for extra health benefits) but feel free to use it on whatever vessel you care for.
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This paneer "grilled" cheese with pickled vegetable + curry has a quick pickled slaw, made with carrots, cucumber, onion, mint and cilantro, paneer cheese, and yellow curry sauce that get grilled between to crispy pieces of naan bread to make one Indian style grilled cheese that is crisp and fresh.
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Curried Meatball Sliders
Curried meatballs, cherry peppers, and Thai basil come together between two buttery toasted slices of French bread on these flavorful little-curried meatball sliders. For a variation of this recipe, try swapping out the red curry for yellow curry and add crushed peanuts, pickled bamboo shoots, and a citrusy carrot slaw. You can also use a green curry base and a few more toppings like fresh bean sprouts, a few sprigs of mint and cilantro, and a squeeze of fresh lime juice.
This colorful spread is a perfect game day appetizer and can even be made into a fun DIY bar. Just set all the sides in cute little bowls and have the meatballs constantly simmering in small crock pots. It's easy, fun, and obviously—it tastes awesome.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
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By swapping out the chicken with aromatic turmeric and cumin roasted cauliflower, this classic curried chicken salad sandwich recipe is reinvented as a delicious vegetarian favorite. Not a fan of cauliflower? Try using the same spice recipe below for roasted sweet potatoes, grilled tofu, or crumbled tempeh.