Simple Veggie Sandwich!

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I am sure there are many takers for Sandwiches. Especially those that take very less time to get fixed. These were in a matter of 10 mins, where the major time was spent on sautéing the veggies. This makes it a perfect breakfast, with an added advantage of vegetables in it. Of course, I couldn’t imagine my daughter would’ve wanted to eat, so I didn’t’ make for her. But this was a quick fix for hubby dear when he was in a hurry to leave. So I thought this makes it a perfect one made by Bachelors. When I think of sandwiches, I can’t but think of the many options, one has to choose.

If you have ever lived in Madras and gone around the city, I am sure you would be familiar with the famous Sandwich shops in Egmore. Those are just roadside stalls, where the innovative chef, cooks up hundreds of sandwiches for his ardent customers. Those stalls are famous for its clientèle. If you happen to visit by evening, you will find a huge crowd, waiting patiently for their order to be made. I was really surprised by the many varieties they had to offer. The customers, mostly college students, stand in tons, chatting, laughing, and spending hours without a care but venting their hunger with sandwich or two. And how hygiene it is, you can see for yourself, unlike in other places. He does it right in front of you and you can customize your orders too.

So when I was making this, I was only thinking of those yummy sandwiches that get done and devoured in tons!

Simple Veggie Sandwich

Author Srivalli

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup Beans and Carrot
  • 1 small Tomatoes
  • 1 small Onions
  • 1/2 tsp Ginger Garlic Paste
  • 1/2 tsp Chilli Powder
  • 1 Green Chillies
  • Salt to taste
  • Ghee for roasting

Instructions

  • Parboil the vegetables. Saute the onion till pink along with chillies and ginger garlic paste, then add the tomatoes. Saute till it gets mushy.
  • Then add the cooked vegetables. Chili powder and salt. This takes about 5 - 7 min.
  • Roast the bread slices over a pan, stuff the filling and press firmly.
  • Serve with ketchup!
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2 comments

  1. thats so perfect for kids. i make mine with a sandwich maker so the edges are sealed and veggies don’t fall out. i vary the toppings every time so my daughter thinks its some adventure…lol

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