Friday, 9 December 2016

Hotchpotch Sandwich Casserole

This scrumptious dish is excellent for breakfast or dinner time served with a hot bowl of soup. This is an experiment in my kitchen. Here I have not added fruits as I did not have any, but usually slices of pineapple or papaya or strawberry goes very well. You can add any vegetables with leftover keema or any types of cold cuts... I have used home made sweet potato whole wheat bread here. For eggetarian cooked soya keema or cooked rajma beans and paneer can go well with the other ingredients mentioned in the recipe...

1 Bread Loaf cut into medium slices
1 medium size Potato sliced and par boiled
2 Tomatoes sliced
2 Onions sliced
1 small size Zucchini sliced
6 Chicken Salami
1 Canned Tuna
3 Cheese sliced
1/2 cup Green Leafy purée ( Handful Coriander leaves + Spinach leaves + 3 Garlic cloves + Salt to taste )
3 Eggs
1/4 cup Butter melted

Take a baking dish. Grease the base with butter. Arrange the bread slices at the base. Take the green leafy purée and mix it with the melted butter. In a bowl break the eggs and mix the green leafy mixture with eggs. Pour 1/2 of the green leafy and egg mixture on the bread slices. Arrange the sliced tomatoes, zucchini, onions, chicken salama and  potatoes in the baking dish one after the other. Spread the canned tuna over the vegetables. Arrange the cheese slices. Cover up the cheese slices with the bread slices. Pour the remaining mixture of green leafy purée and egg. Bake it for 20 minutes in a preheated oven at 180 degrees. Remove it from the oven and let it stand for 10 minutes before cutting and serving it.

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