Friday, May 29, 2009

Grilled veggie Sandwiches with an Indian twist

Sandwiches are scrumptious, super filling and the most popular on the go food. Perfect to pack for kids lunch or work place or even a family picnic. This sandwich can ensure the intake of all the needed veggie nutrition for all the kiddos or the fussy husbands in a fancy way.
Bread Slices
Tomato Ketchup

Potatoes: 3 small (finely cubed )
Onions: 1/2 of the big sized ones (finely chopped)
Corn nibblets: 2 table spoon
Green Chilies: 2-3 (sliced)
Tomatoes: 1 medium (chopped)
Green Bell Pepper (Capsicum): 1/2 chopped
Cabbage: a quarter (chopped )

Jeera: 1 teaspoon
Chili powder: 2 teaspoon
Turmeric Powder: 1 teaspoon
Chicken masala: 1 table spoon( or Any other masala f your choice)
Ginger Garlic Paste: 1 teaspoon
Chat Masala: 2 teaspoon
Pepper: 1/2 teaspoon
Oil: 2 tablespoon

Heat some oil in a pan, splutter the jeera, add ginger garlic paste, green chilies, onions and saute. Add a pinch of salt which will fasten the cooking of the onions. Now add the potatoes, turmeric, chili, chicken masala, pepper and saute well. Cover it and let the potatoes cook. Once they are soft, add rest of the vegetables and saute. Using a masher crush up all the vegetables. Add the chat masala and mix well to make the filling. You could also add chopped up coriander for some added flavor (The choice of vegetables in the filling can be altered to your preference).
Spread some ketchup on one slice and scoop the filling onto the other one. Press it down and grill it or toast it up in the sandwich maker.


  1. hey tats a really nice one....i really liked it n i like the blog as well....excellent attempt....

  2. Yum, you can't beat a nice grilled sandwich...And i'm searching for some new ideas...Thanks for sharing....



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