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June 8, 2009


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I prepared this sandwich a few weeks ago back but posted some other recipes.My husband likes this very much and its a kids friendly healthy,filling snack .This recipe gives the taste of sandwich in bakery..Try and let me knowWink
  • Bread slices– 10 nos (Use white ones not the whole wheat flour ones)
  • Grated Carrot – 2 nos
  • Grated onions – 1 no
  • Grated potato – 1 no
  • Boiled peas – 1/4 cup
  • Green chilly – 1 no (finely chopped)
  • Ginger, Garlic – crushed few pieces (If u want, add paste instead of crushed pieces)
  • Curry leaves ,mint leaves , coriander leaves– a few (chopped)
  • Red chilly powder – 1/2 tsp (adjust)
  • Garam masala powder – 1/2 - 1 tsp
  • Turmeric powder – a pinch
  • Coriander leaves – to garnish
  • Lemon juice – few drops. ( if u dont want to use this u can replace with 1 tomato which is finely chopped.I used lime juice)
  • Salt & oil – as needed.
  • Ghee – to toast the bread.
  • Heat oil in a pan and add the grated onion, ginger and garlic , green chilly pieces.
  • Fry for a minute and add the mint ,coriander and curry leaves.Saute for sometime.
  • Now add the grated carrot, potato , red chilly powder , turmeric and garam masala powder..Mix it well .
  • Finally add the boiled peas .
  • Add the salt , sprinkle some water and cover cook till carrot & potato gets cooked.This may take around 5 mins.Stir in between.
  • After its done, check for salt & spice and add more if its required.
  • Switch off the flame and add lime juice/chopped coriander leaves.
Toast the bread slices with ghee on the dosa tawa .If u have a toast maker , that’s fine.I don’t have one..If desired the sandwich can then be toasted using sandwich maker.
Take two toasted bread slices and place the sandwich masala in one and close it with the other.
Again put it on the tawa , press it well and serve hot with ketchup or mint chutney..
YUMMY sandwich is ready to enjoy with tea/coffee!!


Of all the foods which have been around throughout history, bread is close to being about the oldest one. The first ingredients were used during the Neolithic ages when bread is said to have been made from grains of ground cereal and water. The johnnycake, pita, tortilla and oatcakes from Scotland are ancestors of these early recipes.
Did you know that more than 59 pounds of bread and bread products are consumed by Americans?.  
And, almost every household has at least two types of bread within them? 
Bread is a wonderful source for iron, vitamins, calcium and protein as well as fiber in the whole wheat varieties which aids in the digestion process. Most white breads are not that high in calories, they usually range about 75 calories per slice or a little above; whole wheat on the other hand, is lower in
calories at only 60 per slice. Keeping bread inside of a bread box will make your bread last longer at room temperature than keeping it out on the counter. You can also wrap a freshly baked loaf of bread with wax paper and keep it in the
refrigerator; this keeps it from getting mold on it and helps it stay fresh longer as well..
There are many health benefits of eating whole wheat bread, not just the high content of fiber. Whole wheat bread is also loaded with vital nutrients such as vitamins, minerals and niacin’s that are very important to your health and weight maintenance as well. Studies have shown that women who eat
whole wheat instead of white breads weigh much less and are better able to maintain their healthier weights.
Inflammation is lessened by people who eat healthy wheat breads on a regular basis and the risk of type 2 diabetes and heart diseases are lowered too.
Wheat bread keeps your digestive system on track and decreases problems of the gastrointestinal tracts. The fiber content within wheat breads has been shown to protect women of pre-menopausal age against cancer within the breasts. The women in these studies ate at least 30 grams per day.
These breads will be of great benefit to your heart in several ways. Cholesterol can be lowered; blood pressure and glucose levels can be regulated also.
The bread which is the healthiest for you can be found by checking the back label to see which ingredients are included in them. For the best health benefits from bread, either stone ground or whole grains should be the first on the ingredient label, not enriched. The bread should not contain high
fructose corn syrup but be sweetened by the use of honey or a molasses instead, as these are healthy natural types of sweeteners. The salt and these sweeteners should be towards the bottom of the ingredient label for the healthiest benefits.  Look for breads which don’t include preservatives or types of
additives in them as these are not very healthy. These breads can be kept just as fresh without these additional chemicals by just closing properly and refrigerating the loaf.


  1. Bread Sandwich looks the veggies and masalas in it..yum yum

  2. woww...this looks amazing chitra... :) beautiful click.. :)

  3. 2breead is goin to try this for 2days evenin..will let you knw 2marw abt d result.. :)

  4. yumm .. I love this .. looks so tempting

  5. looks spicy and yummy, very ideal for an evening snack :)

  6. Thanku dearies..@lena, expecting the results tomorrow:)

  7. Oh wow sandwich looks yum....i too bookmarked that recipe from raks...will try it soon....manchurain looks yum....

  8. Oh thats great.!!
    Raks is SIL of ur's..
    Yummy Sandwich..I am ready to dig in anytime..

  9. Both look so corn is my favourite... love to have it anytime :)

  10. hi
    Looks like the open khara sandwich of Iyengar Bakery! yummm for snacking at tea time. The t&t looks good chitra :) Raji must've been really happy na?!

  11. Delicious bread sandwich CHitra, hey tats glad to know that raji is r SIL!!!

  12. Lovely sandwich. Healthy breakfast.

  13. wowo! cool bakery sandwithch i am drooling here ..Thanks for sharing

  14. I love sandwich...this is very different and interesting...I will give it a try soon..

  15. yummy manchuria and healthy sandwich chithra..will try your sandwich..

  16. Lovely sandwich Chitra! And yummy manchurian!

  17. looks gorgeous...yar...veggie masalaa..

  18. Oh ya, it looks abso like the ones u get in bakeries..i love this anytime.

  19. hi, chitra, I do something like this, but not potatoes and and all those masalas!, actually I love this kind of thingy in a bread than the bread sandwiches which are quite bland!, anytime spicy time!

  20. I could have a sandwich at any time...that looks delicious.

  21. love this kind of a masala filling for you said , gives it a very indian bakery kind of a feeling.

  22. hi! join in the EFM-Breakfast and Variety Rice Series going in my blog!

  23. u called all ur commentators queens!! wait till a guy sees this.:)

  24. As always...interesting read.Very simple and easy to make.I always love reading the kitchen clinic...thanks for sharing!

  25. Delicious sandwich! Nice recipe..

  26. sandwich looks yumm...a heakthy choice..

  27. Thanx for visiting my blog Chtra..first time here,easy healthy sandwich..

  28. This sandwich is very different from the one i make,should try next time:)

    Thanks for trying out and posting here:

  29. tnks for droppin by,..bread sandwhich looks yum,..

  30. nice spread for the sandwich, interesting for the picnics. the manchurian looks delicious too;

  31. I had tried dis chittu. It cme wel. Tq

    1. Thanks for trying :) Iam glad u liked it :)


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