Healthy Tartine with Mediterranean Chicken Spread


Thinking back of my home country Belgium, it has a beautiful bread tradition. Nothing like the baguette style, in Belgium we do country style, round big loafs with a double baked crust and rich dough in the middle. Sensational! Freshly baked a few times a day. Sliced, not toasted and a large amount of any kind of spread, cured meat or cheese on top. We call them “les Tartines”.
Every butcher or deli offers a huge variety of spreads. The Belgians name them “salades”.
While sailing in the Mediterranean Sea, I got inspired to the creation of this light chicken spread.
A tasty lunch or snack on watch. This spread will keep a couple of days in the fridge.


Serves 2

What do you need?

• 1 roasted chicken fillet without skin
• 2 “la Vache Qui Rit” light cheese triangles
• 2 tbsp. milk
• 5 slices of Serrano ham
• 1 tbsp. freshly chopped basil
• 5 cherry tomatoes
• 1 tbsp. grated parmesan cheese.
• A pinch of pepper
• A pinch of salt
• 2 thick slices of fresh bread

How ?

With your hands, break up the chicken meat into soft small bites.
Cut the ham in small parts.
Chop the basil
Cut the tomatoes into 4 parts.
Grate the Parmesan.

In a bowl, combine all the ingredients with a fork.

Top the slices of bread with this spread.

Bon appétit!

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