Yakitori Chicken Sandwich on Kaiser Rolls

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This Asian-flavoured, warm chicken sandwich recipe is truly delicious prepared with homemade yakinori chicken and Kaiser bun fresh out of the oven. It would make a great snack or paired with some French fries and call it a meal!
Adapted from Essen und Trinken

  • 10 g Fresh ginger
  • 4 tbsp Sherry
  • 4 tbsp Soya sauce
  • 1 tbsp Water
  • 2 tsp Brown sugar
  • 150 g Chicken breast
  • 1 Tomato
  • 1 stalk Spring onion
  • Green bell pepper
  • Red onion
  • 1 tbsp Corn oil
  • 2 Kaiser rolls (adapted from The Bread Baker's Apprentice)
  • or toast bread
  1. Peel and thinly slice the ginger. Mix sherry, soya sauce, water and brown sugar in a bowl. Stir until sugar has dissolved. Add in ginger slices.
  2. Slice the chicken breast and add into the marinade. Set aside for 30 minutes. Cut tomato in slices, spring onion, red onion and green pepper in rings.
  3. Remove the sliced chicken from the marinade, drain. Reserve the marinade. Heat a skillet with oil. Add in sliced chicken and cook for 5 minutes until lightly golden brown. Now pour in the reserved marinade and cook until chicken is done.
  4. Cut the roll crosswise in half and toast. Layer chicken, tomato slices, spring onion, green pepper and red onion rings on the Kaiser roll bottoms.

Thank you, Anne of "From My Sweet Heart", Eli of "Food and Thriftfinds", and Cooking Rookie of "Cook Book of Trial and Error" for sharing those beautiful awards with me.


84 comments:

Curry and Comfort 18/5/11 16:58

Wow! This looks amazing. My mouth is watering just looking at the pictures. Great Job. : )

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 18/5/11 17:18

Your buns looks fantastic and those sandwiches look just mighty scrumptious!

Cheers,

Rosa

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Torviewtoronto 18/5/11 17:21

congrats on the awards
deliciously done looks wonderful

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Belinda @zomppa 18/5/11 17:27

What a wonderful combination! Love this chicken.

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Priscilla - She's Cookin' 18/5/11 17:34

Wow, looks so good! Love all the veggies and those beautiful seeded Kaiser rolls!

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Jennifurla 18/5/11 17:36

this is just divine, and very creative.

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Faith 18/5/11 17:40

That is quite an amazing sandwich! The rolls look absolutely perfect, I'd love to give them a try!

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Mary 18/5/11 17:58

These look and sound delicious and you've come on a new and novel burger. Very nicely done! I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook 18/5/11 18:24

That is one delicious sandwich. It's making me very, very hungry!

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Vimitha Anand 18/5/11 18:37

Delicious and tummy filling burger...

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Treat and Trick 18/5/11 18:57

Congrats on those award! What a beautiful and yummy roll.....

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Three-Cookies 18/5/11 18:58

Nice fusion burger! Yakitori is awesome

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Anncoo 18/5/11 19:22

Angie, I just had Turkish sandwiches this morning and I want to have your Kaiser Rolls tomorrow morning.

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Megan@foodalution.com 18/5/11 19:31

Wow.... wish I was there for lunch! Delicious.. Did you make the rolls too?

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Pegasuslegend 18/5/11 19:39

these are wonderful looking! wow

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Happy Cook / Finla 18/5/11 20:30

I made once yalitori balls and loved it. I love the way you made into a sandwich. Looks so so yumm and delicious.

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Gloria 18/5/11 20:34

Love this sandwich look amazing Angie! gloria

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Xiaolu @ 6 Bittersweets 18/5/11 20:47

My boyfriend lived in Japan for a year and I bet he would love this!

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Lyndsey ~The Tiny Skillet~ 18/5/11 21:20

Yum! You had me at yakitori,...this is one beautiful sandwich. Everything looks amazing! A meal or snack.

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Priya 18/5/11 22:32

Congrats on ur awards..Sandwich looks filling,simply inviting and irresistible..

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Maris (In Good Taste) 18/5/11 23:00

These look positively delectable! Mouthwatering good!

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Kate@Diethood 18/5/11 23:07

Oh my that is one beautiful burger! I love that it's with a Kaiser roll...yum!

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Cool Lassi(e) 19/5/11 00:05

Lovely Lunch sandwich! Great shots as always!

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Heather @girlichef 19/5/11 00:42

That chicken sounds so delicious...and your kaiser rolls are gorgeous. Totally my kinda sammich!

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Jo 19/5/11 02:25

Oooh yummy! I love yakitori burgers and this look awesome. Definitely drool worthy pictures.

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Tiffany 19/5/11 02:36

What a hearty sandwich!

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Reeni 19/5/11 03:33

Your homemade buns make this all the more delicious Angie! That's a sandwich to wrap your mouth around!

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Gulmohar 19/5/11 04:31

Beautiful sandwiches..and the Kaiser rolls look great with all the poppy, sesame sprinkles on top :-)

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Anne 19/5/11 04:34

I love warm chicken sandwiches and this one looks like it's just full of flavor! : )

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Eva 19/5/11 04:43

You sandwich looks amazing!!! I love that it's on kaizer rolls, and those asian-themed flavor combinations sound delicious.

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My Little Space 19/5/11 04:53

Angie, you just tempted me for some burgers though I wish for some pizza. haha... It's half price here today. Hope you're enjoying your day.
Blessings, Kristy

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A SPICY PERSPECTIVE 19/5/11 05:45

Love all those BIG flavors. This is my kind of sandwich!

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thecompletecookbook 19/5/11 07:17

What decadent sandwiches - I would call this a meal even without the French fries.
:-) Mandy

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spcookieqeeun 19/5/11 07:30

I could eat just the rolls out of the oven, but I like the idea of all the yummy things on top. Hope you are having a great week.
-Gina-

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Suhaina 19/5/11 08:27

wow that looks so yummy....simply out of the world....perfect click too.

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lena 19/5/11 09:05

angie, these are such great looking sandwiches, i think i can also just eat a few pieces of that kaiser rolls alone!

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Indie.Tea 19/5/11 09:31

Ooo, that sounds really delicious. And I like that you used bell peppers and green onions instead of standard greens - it would go better with the yakitori I'd imagine. Yum...I really have to try this at home.

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Nammi 19/5/11 10:08

oh my, that looks so tempting!!! can I have one to go please :)

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Maria 19/5/11 10:36

I think I'll have to make these for my partner, they look perfectly scrumptious!

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Debbi Does Dinner Healthy 19/5/11 12:30

Wow, that is an awesome sandwich! Those flavors sound incredible and the bread is gorgous. No ordinary sandwich indeed.

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Joanne 19/5/11 13:02

That is one loaded sandwich! Love all of the colorful components...seems incredibly delicious!

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Rumana Rawat 19/5/11 14:04

Omg!!! your dishes are really a treat to eyes:)

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Barbara Bakes 19/5/11 15:13

What a tall, gorgeous sandwich! I'm wishing this was my lunch.

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Sharmilee! :) 19/5/11 15:26

Lovely sandwich idea..looks so fresh and colorful

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Raina 19/5/11 16:08

This looks fantastic. What an incredibly flavorful sandwich. My family would love it:)

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Katerina 19/5/11 16:50

These buns make me drool literrally! They look so irresistible!

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Robyn 19/5/11 18:10

Wow, what a sandwich! That marinade sounds amazing!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 19/5/11 19:20

I envy anyone who can bake a beautiful looking roll like that! What a flavorful chicken for your sandwich.

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Magic of Spice 19/5/11 21:37

Congratulations on your awards, always very well deserved :)
These Kaiser rolls look amazing and what a sandwich you have here! Beautiful flavors...

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Lizzy 19/5/11 22:16

Such a delicious sandwich! I adore the Asian flavors in this chicken...so nicely paired with all the wonderful veggies :)

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Claudia 20/5/11 00:42

I make so many Italian-inspired sandwiches, it is time to make room for the wonderful Asian flavors. Although, I would be dangerously close to never making the sandwiches and just eat the buns! Congrats on the awards! Well-deserved.

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Katie@Cozydelicious 20/5/11 04:19

This sandwich looks incredible - so tasty and wonderful!

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5 Star Foodie 20/5/11 05:29

An awesome sandwich especially with those wonderful kaiser rolls, yum!

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Sutapa 20/5/11 08:00

Delicious sandwich with fresh oven baked buns is just scrumptious!

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Lisa @ Tarte du Jour 20/5/11 15:03

This looks like a healthy soul warming sandwich! Off the charts!!

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Jenn 20/5/11 15:12

I love love love chicken yakitori...GENIUS to put it on a sandwich :)

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marla 20/5/11 15:28

Angie, I love this idea for a warm chicken sandwich. These would be fun for mini party appetizers too.

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Georgia | The Comfort of Cooking 20/5/11 17:07

Wow is that one delish looking chicken sandwich! I had one last night but it doesn't compare to these. They look so mouthwatering, Angie. Great job!

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Sarah Naveen 20/5/11 18:01

awesome clicks..looks so yumm!!

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Cheah 20/5/11 18:52

I don't mind having these for lunch and dinner. Even plain kaiser rolls will just do!

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Sue 20/5/11 19:48

I would LOVE to have this for lunch TODAY!

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Jean | Delightful Repast 20/5/11 20:28

Angie, that is my kind of sandwich--Asian flavored chicken and a really good bread! Wish I had one right this minute!

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Honey Bee Sweets 21/5/11 04:14

Angie, you are amazing! The buns and the sandwiches, all homemade! And they look so tempting! Hatfs off to you! ;)

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Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) 21/5/11 04:45

Love your homemade buns, this is kind of bun that I love!

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Mother Rimmy 21/5/11 07:08

Angie - your pictures are truly mouthwatering. I love your food photography. It doesn't hurt that the recipes are just as amazing.

Kristi

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Jeannie 21/5/11 13:01

That looks delicious! Great photos, the sandwiches are begging to be eaten!

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sweetlife 21/5/11 14:50

stunning sandwiches, love the flavors!
sweetlife

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michelangelo in the kitchen 21/5/11 18:18

This is one hearty meal for me Angie! I always enjoy sandwiches with an Asian twist. Yes! Like the yakitori chicken, I could also make a Filipino chicken adobo sandwich. What a delicious idea you have! Cheers!

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Michael Toa 21/5/11 19:16

Oh Yum. How delicious. I love kaiser rolls for sandwich buns. Mine is not home-made I'm afraid... :(
Have a great weekend.

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briarrose 21/5/11 21:19

Mmmm....fresh rolls right out of the oven for a yummy sandwich like this sounds perfect. I love the flavor.

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Martha (MM) 22/5/11 01:28

This is a beautiful sandwich and sounds absolutely delicious!

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blackbookkitchendiaries 22/5/11 05:21

so flavorful and very hard to resist!! i love it already!! thank you for sharing this:)

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OysterCulture 22/5/11 05:32

This sandwich is speaking to me on many levels, love the flavors you selected for the chicken.

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Elisabeth 23/5/11 00:56

Thank you for the mention of the award I gave you, Angie...You're a dear friend. Been trying to catch up with comments, been such a hectic week for me. Youre marinade for the chicken bread is almost the same as I used for the whole chicken and the soba noodles. Love the kaiser roll and the sandwich with this delicious chicken. Can't go wrong with a lunch like this. I would even have it as a light dinner:D
xo

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Marisa 23/5/11 18:45

Now THAT's a sandwich! So many great flavors and those homeade kaiser rolls are to die for.

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pigpigscorner 23/5/11 22:12

Love your Asian burgers! Great flavours!

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tigerfish 24/5/11 11:49

Yep! Asian-influenced burger so perfect!

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delphcotecuisine 25/5/11 07:22

just gorgeous and perfect
Delphine

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Sharon 25/5/11 15:44

These look soooo good!! Love the Kaiser roll with this!!! Thanks again for stopping by my blog!!

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Sweet And Crumby 27/5/11 15:32

Did I understand that you MADE THE ROLLS?! They look heavenly...open your own bakery worthy. The sandwich ingredients sound superb and a nice new twist on your basic chicken sandwich. Thanks for the recipe!

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Taste of Beirut 29/5/11 13:52

I had been meaning to make yakitori and your post is finally going to get me moving in that direction! the sandwich looks terrific with these fresh buns!

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José Miguel. 13/6/11 20:23

Wow..incredible photos Angie

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Jennie 23/6/11 16:32

Oh man! These sound great! I'm thinking some avocado would be good in there too!

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