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Cheesy Chicken Triangles

Another quick breakfast recipe which also makes a good snack to take to school are these cheesy chicken bread triangles. The only prior preparation required is boiled chicken and you have quick snack to whip up.


Cheesy Chicken Triangles Recipe

Prep & Cooking Time: 20-25 mts



5 bread slices

few tbsps mustard paste or chilli tomato sauce

1/2 cup cooked shredded chicken

3 tbsps grated cheese

dried herbs (optional)

few tbsps chopped tomato (remove pulp)

For sauce:

1 tbsp butter

1 tbsp maida/all purpose flour

1/2 cup low fat milk

few tbsps chopped capsicums

salt to taste

pepper to taste

pinch of dried herbs of your choice

1 Wash chicken pieces, boil with a cup of water, salt and pepper till the chicken cooks. Debone and shred it.
2 Prepare the white sauce by melting butter in a heavy bottomed vessel. Add maida and stir on low to medium flame for 2-3 mts. Add the chopped capsicums and stir for half a mt. Remove from heat and add the milk slowly while stirring constantly.
3 Return to heat and cook stirring continuously till it turns thick. Add salt and pepper to taste. Remove from heat, add 2 tbsps grated cheese and combine. Add the shredded chicken to the sauce along with dried herbs and combine.
4 Spread mustard paste or chilli tomato sauce to each bread slice. Spread the cheesy chicken mixture, sprinkle grated cheese and few tomato pieces.
5 Grill in a hot oven for 8 mts or till lightly browned.


To prepare chilli tomato sauce, combine 2 tbsps tomato sauce with 2 tsp of red chilli sauce. Chicken can be replaced with soya chunks, tofu and mixed vegetables.

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By • Nov 28th, 2008 • Category: All Recipes for Kids, Arts & Crafts, Breads - Buns Recipes, Breakfast Recipes for Kids, Cakes - Muffins Recipes for Kids, Chicken Recipes for Kids, Tiffin Indian Recipes for Kids

7 Responses »

  1. Hi, If we don’t have an oven, how to Grill. I have a toaster grill (electric sandwich maker). When I keep the bread to grill in it. Should I cover with the lid or can I leave the lid open and grill. Please answer at the earliest as I would like to try out your tasty recipes at the earliest for my son. Thanks!

  2. superb, i made these during this easter break and they just flew off the table. Do you know your site is so popular in england? Lunch dabba is great too. Where can i get such dabbas in hyderabad? please if you don’t mind let me know where i can buy them? would like to buy when i come to hyderabad this time.

  3. It seem very tasty ..,Will kids love it ? Would make some for my kids :)

  4. [...] about instead…. I’m a fan of quick meals – here’s one of my favorites. Kids Zone All Arts & Crafts Breads & Buns Breakfast Recipes Cakes & Muffins Chicken Reci… I generally use English muffins instead, though. [...]

  5. Love the recipe! Looks very tasty! I’m going to try it soon for my 3 yr old picky toddler…hopefully she’ll eat it…:) Thanks for sharing!

  6. i tried the cheesy triangles today and the kids just loved it. thanks for sharing this recipe . i even took a picture.

  7. Dear sailu could you tell what debone and shredding means…. Can I use chicken breast pieces? Please do reply. Many thanks. Love to Nehal.

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