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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

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    I make this sandwich very often for breakfast. Minus green chuteny and aloo(potato) . But wanted to try this North Indian style grilled sandwich with green chutney and aloo for long time. So tried and found it a lot tasty and quite a change for the regular sandwich. I wanted to post more sandwich recipes here in my blog, so I thought of trying and posting this grilled aloo sandwich. This is perfect for breakfast as it has cheese, potato and other vegetables and our Indian touch to it, the green chutney. This sandwich with a glass of milk/ coffee makes a wholesome breakfast that can keep you filled for long time. Try this for your kid’s lunch box too, they will sure love it with the cheese and potato in itGirlBoy

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Grilled  Veg – aloo Sandwich recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Breakfast
Prep Time: 5 mins    |  Cook time: 5 mins    Serves: 2

Ingredients

Bread slices
Onion 1
Tomato 1
Cucumber 1
Boiled potato 1
Green chutney 4 tsp
Black pepper powder 1/2 tsp
Cheese slices 2
Ghee 1 tsp

Method

  1. Slice the veggies and gather all the other ingredients, in between the two slices, spread green chutney, place a slice of cheese and arrange the veggies and sprinkle pepper over it.1-veg-grilled-sandwich
  2. Lastly sliced potatoes and close the sandwich with other slice of bread and repeat the same for the next pair of slice. Place it in a greased sandwich maker and cook for 2 minutes or as per the sandwich maker’s instructions. 2-veg-grilled-sandwich
Notes
  • No specific recipe for this, you can skip any one or two, still tastes great!
  • I made it in my sandwich maker, dont worry if you dont have one, you can make it in tawa too. You can also use the griller plate if you have it.
Filling Indian style sandwich, perfect for your breakfast or snack is ready to enjoy!

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39 comments:

  1. It's one of my fav ...make the most ...looks so yum

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  2. Sandwich i can have anytime of the day. Never tried adding cheese. lovely

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  3. good one and good photos too !

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  4. looks so yummy.. nice clicks..

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  5. Yum-I love grilled sandwiches!Posted a similar style Mint sandwich a while ago on the blog.Adding boiled potatoes makes it so wholesome!

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  6. Yummy sandwich..love this kind..

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  7. scrumptious sandwich....

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  8. I too prepare this for my lil one, but haven't tried with green chutney.
    looks delicious :)

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  9. I too make the same way . But i add green chutney in one slice & tomato sauce in the other slice...Nice clicks :)

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  10. that s a scrumptious looking sandwich Raji would make a super breakfast

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  11. i LOVE the filling idea. i need to use my sandwich maker more.

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  12. great sandwich..with the indian touch and awesome clicks too, Raks !

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  13. Woww. Looks so delicious and gorgeous.. Love it :)

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  14. Very nicely done sandwich looks perfecr

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  15. Perfect sandwich, looks so yum.

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  16. quick, easy and healthy sandwich...loved ur version

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  17. looks yummy.. I do it for the kids ..

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  18. simply and healthy sandwich..looks so good..

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  19. Hi Raks, I have become a big fan of your recipes. I just want you to know that I appreciate the hardwork behind the detailed steps and pictures. Great going! Your blog brings me so close to home. On my list today to try is Nellikai Pachadi. Thanks again!

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  20. Wow I love it.i should try this pls tell me how many time I put grill?

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  21. Tasty and tempting grilled sandwich!!

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  22. This is filling for breakfast...with brown its even more healthy...lovely idea!

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  23. Hi Raks, I have a doubt did u boil the potatoes before putting it on the bread.

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  24. my husband loves this when i made...
    delicious...

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  25. my husband loves this when i made...
    delicious...

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  26. This sandwich looks so beautiful and yummy too...... I like sandwiches very much and it's so easy recipe can make easily at home. Thanks for this yummy and healthy recipe.

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  27. This sandwich looks so beautiful and yummy too...... I like sandwiches very much and it's so easy recipe can make easily at home. Thanks for this yummy and healthy recipe.

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  28. I tried my hand at making veg grilled cheese sandwich, Ran into a bit of a problem:
    1. Post grill, the sandwich sticks to the toaster, why so?
    2. I used grated cheese, after a couple of toasts the vegetables inside got soggy and lost all the crunch,
    could you help me out here? This is one of my favorite snacks! :)

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    1. Grease the sandwich maker well with butter or oil before placing the bread. Also do not use sharp knife to scrap the stuck remains which damages the non stick coating and makes it more sticky.
      Do not place the sandwich before the sandwich maker gets heated up. If you heat the sandwich maker with the sandwich. place it after its fully hot.

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    2. potatoes u placed were boiled or raw ones????

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  29. Hi raks,
    Instead of cheese can I add paneer slices. Will it affect the taste.thanks arthy

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    1. Sure you can try adding grated paneer. It will be nice.

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