February 25, 2015

Chik'n Parmesan Sandwiches

My husband loves anything chicken parmesan. We are not vegetarian but love to eat a variety of meat-free foods for meals. We are Catholic and since it is lent, cannot eat meat on Fridays. I created these vegetarian sandwiches for us for dinner this past Friday for dinner. They turned out awesome!

I used Quorn chik'n nuggets for the recipe and was very happy with these. I had not had Quorn products before. Troy and I both really enjoyed these and ended up eating all of the chik'n nuggets in the package.

Chik'n Parmesan Sandwiches

Servings: 2
Prep time: 5 minutes
Total cook and prep time: about 20-25 minutes

4 slices of bakery fresh whole-grain bread, sliced thick
1 box Quorn chick'n nuggets
1/4 cup mozzarella cheese
1/2-3/4 cup fresh marinara sauce

1. Cook chik'n nuggets according to package.
2. Assemble sandwiches with 1 layer sauce, chik'n nuggets, more sauce and top with cheese.
3. Broil for a few minutes until cheese is melted.

-Serve with vegetables- we did roasted broccoli and green beans with olive oil, garlic and soy sauce.


If you are not a vegetarian, you can use real chicken of course. This meal is very simple yet satisfying. By using very tasty ingredients like a fresh marinara sauce and bakery fresh bread, it makes the meal taste so much better.

Like I said, we had not had Quorn chik'n nuggets before but really liked them. They are of course meatless, are non-GMO and are soy-free. I picked these up at my local Target.

Quorn also has other products such as these sausage links, burgers, chili, turkey and more.

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