05 Nov 2018
Nothing says Christmas more than a sandwich stuffed with turkey and all the trimmings. Set to hit the shelves on 6th November and making your winter lunchtimes all the more special is PAUL’s range of festive delights. The turkey classic (Dinde de Noël) is back by popular demand, along with three new contenders; The Festive Hock Feast, ‘Tis The Vegan and the indulgent toasted Camembert Cracker. For a lighter treat, grab Christmas lunch in salad form with the new Salade de Noël.
Dinde de Noël (£4.65) – Voted the best Christmas sandwich in London by Time Out for two consecutive years, the Dinde de Noël is becoming a festive tradition in its own right. This delicious freshly baked artisan sage and onion baguette studded with cranberries is loaded with turkey, smoky bacon and spinach, topped with a rich cream cheese and horseradish sauce.
NEW: The Festive Hock Feast (£4.40) – A new contender this year is PAUL’s festive sage and onion baguette, studded with cranberries and bursting with hand-pulled British ham hock, topped with a chunky coleslaw.
NEW: ‘Tis The Vegan (£4.25) – This new vegan Christmas sandwich comes in the form of a colourful combination of houmous, grilled carrots and peppers and spinach, topped with cranberry sauce and roasted pumpkin seeds, all piled into a freshly baked sesame baguette.
HOT OPTION: Camembert Cracker (£4.25) – A new improved recipe, the Camembert Cracker is a warming toasted sandwich made with PAUL’s favourite farmhouse bread, generously filled with creamy camembert and a sweet caramelised onion marmalade.
NEW Salade de Noël (£5.60) – Combining some of the best bits of a Christmas lunch, this festive salad is packed with sliced turkey, roasted sweet potato, shredded red cabbage, grated carrot and dried cranberries on a bed of mixed leaves and topped with flaked pistachios and cranberry sauce. French vinaigrette dressing is served alongside.
Launching on 6th November and available until 24th December, the limited-edition Christmas collection will be available in all PAUL shops, to eat-in or grab-and-go whilst on the move.