Showing posts with label Sandwich. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sandwich. Show all posts

Tuesday 21 March 2017

Baked Dosa Sandwich...

This a healthy breakfast or snack made out of a dosa batter with vegetables. Some thing different.. Where Mumbai meets Chennai.. Enjoy the Bombay sandwich with dosa batter, an innovation in my kitchen... 

1 kg Dosa Batter
1 medium bowl of Green Chutney
1 big Tomato sliced 
1 big boiled Potato sliced 
1 big boiled Beetroot sliced
1 big Cucumber sized
1 big size Onion sliced
1 tsp Sandwich masala or Chaat Masala 
1 tsp Pepper powder
1/2 cup Cheese grated or 3 slices of Cheese 
2 tbsp Butter

Take a rectangular baking tin. Apply butter. Pour 2 to 3 ladle of the dosa batter into the tin. Bake for 15 minutes at 200 degrees celcius in a preheated oven. Take the tin out. Brush some butter and chutney on the baked dosa. Arrange the potato and beetroot. Sprinkle with chaat masala and pepper powder. Pour 2 to 3 ladle more dosa batter on top of the vegetables. Bake for another 15 minutes or until the batter sets. Remove from the oven, brush with butter and chutney. Arrange the cucumber and tomato slices. Sprinkle with chaat masala and pepper powder. Pour 2 to 3 ladle of the dosa batter and bake it again for 15 minutes. Remove from the oven. Arrange the onion slices and spread the grated cheese or add the sliced cheese on the top and cover it with the dosa batter. Bake for 20 minutes. Insert a tooth pick to check. Remove the tin from the oven. Cool it to unmould it. Cut it into pieces and serve it with chutney and sauce.. 

Tuesday 8 November 2016

Masaledar Omelette Sandwich....(Mumbaia Istyle)

Hungry kiya... Make this road side Mumbai Egg Toast Sandwich. Mumbai street food has it's own style. I tried imitating the style and innovating this sandwich. I am sure you will enjoy making it. It taste akdum jhakas (super duper) 😉

4 pieces of Bread
1 Egg
1 tbsp Onion chopped 
1 Green Chilli chopped 
1 small size Potato boiled and sliced 
1 Tomato sliced 
Salt to taste 
1/2 tsp Sandwich Masala 
2  tbsp Green Chutney 
1 tbsp Tomato Ketchup 
1 sliced Cheese 
3 tbsp Butter or Ghee

Break an egg in a mixing bowl. Add salt,  chopped onion and green chilli. Beat it well. 
Take a skillet. Add 2 tbsp melted butter or ghee. Let it heat up. Lower the flame. Pour and spread the beaten egg.  Place 2 pieces of bread on the Omelette. Let it cook for few seconds. Cut the Omelette from the centre and turn the bread. The Omelette will be facing upwards. Apply green chutney  on both the Omelette pieces. Place the potato slices and then the tomato slices on the chutney. Sprinkle some sandwich masala powder. Cut the sliced cheese into 4 parts. Place the cheese slices on the tomato slices. Take 2 pieces of bread and cover the sandwich. Press and toast the bread. Sprinkle some more butter or ghee on the bread. Turn the bread and toast it till it is brown on both the sides. Remove it from the skillet and cut it into triangle. Spread some more chutney and drizzle with tomato ketchup. Serve it hot. 

Sandwich Masala Powder
8 Cloves 
1 medium Cinnamon stick 
15 Pepper corn 
1 tsp Fennel seeds 
2 tsp Cumin seeds 
1 StarAnise 
1 tsp Black Salt 
2 tsp Rock Salt 
1 tsp Dried Mango powder 

Roast the above ingredients except Rock Salt, Black Salt and Dried Mango powder. Let the spices cool down. Add all the ingredients in a grinder and grind it in to a powder. 

Saturday 10 September 2016

Egg - Tuna and Veggie Sandwich....

My daughter is a very picky eater. She avoids most of the vegetables, not because she does not like them but she just forms an opinion about the taste in her mind, where as she does not even know the taste of it. When I had served her this sandwich, she ate not one but three slices of it. After she finished eating, I told her that she ate mushrooms, the vegetable she hates the most. This is the story in most houses with kids. 
This sandwich is a complete meal filled with eggs, fish and vegetables. I have used canned tuna, but even fresh boiled tuna can be used. I prefer making bread at home, but try to use fresh bread bought the same day from the store. 
This can be served for breakfast, with evening cup of tea or even for dinner with a bowl of soup. 

1 Loaf of Brown or White Bread slices 
4 Eggs
1/2 canned Tuna 
1 small size Onion chopped 
2 Green Chillies chopped
1/4 cup of Red and Yellow Capsicum chopped 
2 tbsp Sweet Corn
2 big Garlic cloves chopped
1 or 2 big size Mushroom chopped
Few Spinach leaves chopped 
2 tbsp Cheddar Cheese 
2 tbsp Butter 
Salt to taste 
1/4 tsp Pepper powder
P. S. Grated carrots and beetroot can also be added. 

To make the filling for the sandwich, take a pan, add the butter and let it melt. Add garlic, chillies and onion. Sauté it till translucent. Add the capsicum. Stir and cook it for a minute. Add the corn and mushroom, stir it for another minute. Add the spinach and stir it for another minute. Break the eggs and add it in the pan, sprinkle salt and pepper powder. Stir the eggs until it is cooked. Add the cheese and the canned tuna. Stir it and remove it from the flame. Let it cool a bit. Take 2 slices of bread. Take 2 to 3 tbsp of the filling and spread it on one slice of the bread. Cover the filling with another slice of bread. Cut it into triangle. Repeat the process with the remaining bread. Serve it with hot cup of tea or a bowl of hot soup.