Aloo Triangular Sandwich



I make this sandwich very often for breakfast. This is the type of sandwhich which you get on the streets of Mumbai.  This is perfect for breakfast or as an evening snack.

Have this sandwich with a glass of milk/ coffee, it makes a wholesome breakfast that can keep you filled for long time. Try this for your kid’s lunch box, they will sure love. 

Sending this post to Srivalli's Kid's Delight event,  host of the  month Sandhya  -  theme Snacking all the way.
Ingredients

8  Slices  Whole wheat or White bread
2 Tablespoons  Butter



For Filling
2 Large - Potatoes - boiled and finely chopped
1 Medium - Onion
2 Green Chilies
2 Tablespoon Capsicum  - Chopped
2
Tablespoon Coriander Leaves - chopped
2 Teaspoons Oil
1/2 
Teaspoons Cumin Seeds
1/2 Teaspoons Mustard Seeds
1/2 Teaspoons Turmeric Powder
1/2 Teaspoons Red Chili Powder
1/2 Teaspoons Garam Masala Powder  - optional
Salt to taste

Method
To Prepare the filling

In a pan heat oil, add mustard, cumin seeds, let it splutter. Add onion, green chili and saute until onion become soft and light brown. Add the capsicum, turmeric, red chilly , garam masala powders, salt and  mix well. Add potato,  mix well, cook for 2-3 minutes on medium flame, add coriander leaves mix well, take off the  flame and allow masala to cool.

To Prepare Sandwich
Apply butter on a side of bread, now apply thick layer of potato masala on same side and level stuffing, cover it with another bread. Heat a stove Sandwich toaster and grease it well with butter.

Place a sandwich on it and place it on medium flame for 3 minutes on one side then flip the toaster and keep it again for 3 minutes.  Open and check to see weather the bread has become brown and crispy or as you like your sandwich to be, repeat same for another batch. Serve warm with ketchup, sauce or green chutney.



As you can see in the pic, I have this stove toaster that cuts the sandwich into four.

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Labels:  Sandwiches, Blogging Marathon, Kids delight, Healthy snacks
sneha datar
sneha datar

Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.

10 comments:

  1. Delicious sandwich!! Looks yumm!

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  4. Yumm, yumm!! Love this aloo stuffed bread sandwich.

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  5. This must be the most popular sandwich in India. Just yummy and flavorful.

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  6. Delicious sandwiches , these happen to be my everyday breakfast!

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  7. Great sandwiches and I am sure there isn't anybody who doesn't like this..

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  8. Beautifully browned. Looks delicious.

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