Monday, November 29, 2010

Grilled (Green Chutney) Sandwitch

Morning break fast is always a head ache.We cant serve the same cornflakes,bread& Jam,pan cakes or an omlett often.My son and husband gets bored quickly.They want me to do different varieties .Hmm ,I came to know abt this green chutney sandwich from " Sailu's Kitchen" . I thought of giving it a try.It came out really well.Its a wholesome break fast with all veges and cheese.Gud for kids.Give it a try...
This week is hassle free, but I have to run for break fast again next week.....Healthy searching,...


Ingredients:

For Green Chutney:
1.Mint Leaves       -   a hand ful
2.Cilantro              -  a hand ful
3.Green chillies    -   1
4.Vinegar              -    1 tsp
5.Salt                    -     a pinch

For Sandwich:
1.Bread slices          -         4
2.Onion                    -         1/2
3.Tomato                  -         1/2
4.Boiled Potato        -          1/2
5.Cheese Slices        -          2
6.Butter                     -          1 tbsp

Method:
*  For chutney grind all the ingredients under 'chutney' except salt and vinegar
* Now add vinegar and salt to the grinded mixture.
* Now Slice onion,tomato and potato .



* Take bread and spread a tsp of butter.
* Take a graceful spoon of green chtney and spread it on the slices.
* Arrange the veges in the slice ,along with cheese slice and cover it with the other slice.
* Spray olive oil on the grill and place the sanwich for a minute or until it becomes golden brown.
* Cut the slices - like a triangle and serve .

Notes:
We can also add boiled egg slices, to make it richer in protien.
Sending this to Aipi and Priya's Book marked recipes

15 comments:

Soumya said...

wow...delicious and very tempting sandwich
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Shanavi said...

Good one savi... Looks like panini

Priya said...

Delectable sandwich..sooo tempting..

Swathi said...

Delicious looking sandwich. Nice one

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Love it dear. Thank you very much for linking it to our event :)

Nisa Homey said...

hey lovely space u have....following u and sandwich looks yummy

Pushpa said...

Yummy sandwich,looks refreshing.

Ramya said...

wow yummy yummy, recipe sounds too easy :) looks like someone has immediately started using their new sandwich maker!looks like a lil grilled panini as pointed out by Sho

aipi said...

I love grilled cheese sandwiches and this looks yum with the addition of chutney!
Thanks a lot for linking this to bookmark event :)

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Veena Jhanak said...

Lovely looking sandwich Savitha. I read your "Who am I" to find that you live in Dallas. Where are you? I live in Plano.

Biny Anoop said...

my all time fav...inmumbai surrounding me.
biny we used to eat it from khau gali near our college...nostalgia is gripping

Smitha said...

Looks very tempting , love the golden brown color.
Smitha
http://essence-de-life.blogspot.com/

indianspicemagic said...

Yummy and quick sandwich.

Suja Sugathan said...

This looks awesome..superb

savitha ramesh said...

Thank u frnds...
@ Hi Veena, I am in Irving.

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