In 2024, it seems almost impossible to save money, buy good food and treat yourself all at the same time. Enter Fakeaway Fridays , a Herald series where we create fake takeaway (fakeaway) meals that not only are delicious and nutritious, but budget friendly and serve 2-4 people. So instead of dropping $50 for a takeaway meal this Friday night, why not try a fakeaway! It’s easier than you may think with our simple tips and tricks and partially made products already hiding on your supermarket shelves.

Rhiannon Baldock has made a career out of sharing her meal prep hacks and fancy feasts on Instagram — without the fuss, fanfare and the Uber Eats charges, using fare found at the supermarket. At In Rhi’s Pantry , she’s on a mission to make delicious food accessible to everyone, whether you’re a seasoned chef or a noob. Today, Rhiannon dives into the delicious world of hot honey chicken schnitzel sandwiches, presenting a wallet-friendly option that gives Gloria’s (IYKYK) a run for its money.

Hot honey chicken schnitzel sandwiches Ingredients 4 boneless skinless chicken thighs — $9 (100g pack) 1⁄2 cup plain flour — $2 2 eggs, beaten — $5 (tray of four) 11⁄2 cups panko breadcrumbs — $2 (220g bag) Neutral cooking oil, for frying — $2.50 (500ml bottle) 1 loaf of ciabatta or 4 ciabatta rolls — $5 (full roll) 50g butter $4.50 — (100g) 3 Tbsp hot honey — $5 (100g) 1 cup mayonnaise $3.

50 — (100ml bottle) Juice of 1⁄2 lemon — 60¢ (one lemon) 2 tsp Worc.

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