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Paneer grilled sandwich

Another sandwich in the series ,Can't imagine my Sunday breakfast without paneer grilled sandwich . This sandwich is so popular among kids that they want it regularly in their tiffin . Sufficiently sustaining for a light meal . A few ready made potato chips can be served along with these sandwiches to make the meal wholesome.

Paneer (cottage cheese) sandwich




For sandwich

8 slice brown bread
Butter ..just enough to spread
Some shredded carrot and cabbage , to garnish

For filling:
100 GM....paneer / cottage cheese ( roughly mashed)
1 big.........capsicum (very finely diced)
2 tsp .......tomato ketchup
2 ..............green chillies ( deseeded and chopped very finely)
5-6 .........whole pepper corns ( roughly crushed)
2 tbsp......green coriander ( finely chopped)
Salt to taste,
1tsp softened butter

How To Proceed :
Mix all ingredients of the filling together . Add enough salt as it taste bland otherwise. 
Butter the slices, spread a layer of filling on the unbuttered side and press the second slice on it , keeping the buttered side out side.
Grill it in a sandwich griller ( if you don't have one then use flat griddle instead )
Let it turn brown to both sides. 
Serve sprinkled with some shredded carrot and cabbage. 

Comments

Anonymous said…
everytime snack n breakfast special.

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