6 Different Sandwich Recipes

6 Different Sandwich Recipes

Whether with two slices of bread or more, a sandwich filled with egg, chicken or paneer has always been a favourite snack packed in school tiffins or ordered from a nearby bakery at work. When it was first introduced by the British, people in India happily called it double roti, which is still popular at many places. Here are a few sandwiches that are not only easy to make but are all-time winners as well.

Hung Curd Sandwich
1. No, you don’t need muslin. Just pour the curd into a sieve and let the excess water drain out for a few minutes. 
2. Just add shredded veggies like carrots, cabbage, capsicum and onions and season with mustard to make it even better. 
3. Most sandwiches can be grilled, but not this one.

Grilled Tomato Cheese
1. Add a thin layer of mayo, so you don’t have to use too much cheese. 
2. Make sure the tomatoes you use are raw and firm.
3. Add chilli flakes to add more flavour.

Traditional Club Sandwich
1. Toast or grill 3 slices of bread (without the sides) before making the sandwich. 
2. Slice cucumber, onions and tomatoes and place on bread along with lettuce. Cheese slices are optional. Spread a little mayo.

Shredded Chicken
1. Microwave the chicken pieces and then just shred it using a shredder or even a fork. 
2. Spread mayo and mustard on opposite sides of the sandwich. 

Spicy Veg Cheese Sandwich
1. Take a bit of stuffed red chilli pickle and mix it well with a little butter, grated cheese and a little ketchup to make a paste.
2. Mix it with chopped vegetables of your choice and spread on the bread slices.

Ham & Cheese
1. Apply cheese spread to the bread and season it with salt, pepper and chilli flakes. 
2. Place a slice of chicken ham on the bread. Add lettuce if it’s available. Grill.

Egg Sandwich
1. Just beat the egg, add salt and pepper and pour it in a microwave-safe plate approximately the size of your bread slice. 
2. Microwave it for about 1.5 to 2 minutes.
3. Spread cheese on the bread and season with chilli flakes and oregano.

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