Friday, January 11, 2013

Onion Mint Sandwich

I couldnt stop myself to brought a prestige sandwich maker from India. Obviously if am making sandwiches or grilling my meats or veggies now i'll do it through my sandwich maker. As i told earlier,most of our dinner goes for salad,soup or either sandwich. With this sandwich maker,even my lil one prepare himself his favourite sandwich. Since i choosed cooking with electric appliances as theme for this week of blogging marathon, i prepared this quite easy,flavourful and super filling sandwich with onions and mint chutney through my sandwich maker.

The original recipe is from Sharmi's Passions, seriously i loved the simplicity of this sandwich and tried it two days back for our evening dinner. You will love this fantastic sandwich prepared just with sauteed onions and a quick mint chutney. If you dont have sandwich maker, dont worry just heat butter in a pan and toast this sandwich both sides and enjoy.Sending to Tried & Tasted event guest hosted by me,event by Lakshmi.Check out the bloggers running this 24th edition of blogging marathon here.Sending to
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Mint chutney:
1/2cup Mint leaves
2tsp Urad dal
Salt
Oil

6nos Bread slices
2nos Onions (sliced lengthwise)
1tbsp Sambhar powder
1/4tsp Chilly powder
Salt
Oil


Heat oil, add the urad dal and fry until its turns brown,to the same pan add the mint leaves and saute until they shrinks.

Transfer them to a mixer and grind as chutney with enough water and salt,keep aside.

Heat again oil, saute the sliced onions for few minutes, add immediately the sambhar powder, chilly powder and salt,cook for few minutes until the onions gets well coated with spices.

Spread the already prepared mint chutney over a bread slices.

Place the onion filling over a chutney spreaded bread slice and close with an another.

Transfer it to a sandwich maker and close and secure the lid of the sandwich maker.

Wait until the red light turns to green, your sandwich is done.

Enjoy with your favourite salad.

43 comments:

  1. Am drooling over here..looks inviting!!

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  2. sounds like a nice combo Priya. would like to try it once.

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  3. Sandwich looks super crunchy...very well done..

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  4. Tempting clicks priya.indanised sandwich ,sounds yum

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  5. Yummy and filling sandwich,onion and mint combo sounds great

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  6. Yummy sandwiches.. Look crunchy too..

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  7. Very healthy sandwich, I am a great fan for mint, will try soon!!!

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  8. i love sandwiches like u aks :) miss my sandwich maker :( these look so good

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  9. Nice. I have an old stove top sandwich maker that I use. This combination is new. Will try for sure.

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  10. Using mint thuvayal as a spread in the sandwich is a nice idea, Priya.

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  11. I am all for sandwiches.. This looks simple and flavorful..

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  12. Super filling sandwich Priya...very flavourful and inviting.

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  13. Sandwich looks sooooo delicious...
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  14. That is so simple and so delicious!!! perfect for lunchbox!!
    Sowmya
    Ongoing Event - Mission - Breakfast

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  15. woww...looks beautiful...
    its been long time i had made sandwich..tomarw i wl make this for sure

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  16. Yummmy combo...looks so delicious and inviting.

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  17. Very nice and interesting sandwich, perfect for breakfast and tea time snack

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  18. Love sandwiches...the filling sounds very flavorful Priya..

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  19. Yummy sandwich Priya and the filling is super good..
    Reva

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  20. The sandwich filling sounds very tasty, nice click Priya..

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  21. This looks wonderful, yummy sandwich with simple ingredients!

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  22. interesting one priya.. nice click too..

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  23. Not bad sambar powder used here also. Must be really nice. Worth to give a try.

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  24. Nicely done, I too find a sandwich maker really useful in the kitchen!!

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  25. Beautiful golden sandwich, Priya! Nice click :)

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  26. Ur presentation is soo good, the dish looks too mouth-watery also

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  27. a crunchy toast for a great breakfast

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  28. Love sandwiches, this is a tempting spread and topping.

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  29. love anything with mint and the way you styled the photo is so gorgeous

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  30. mint and onion must be fingerlicking

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  31. My folks prefer a full fledged indian style dinner but I love soups/ salads for dinner.Yet I feel lazy yo cook for myself and fall into their category. This one is a filling and tasty sandwich indeed...

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  32. my favorite for lunchbox - so tongue tickling and so aromatic!!
    Sowmya
    Ongoing Event - Breakfast
    Ongoing Event - Tried and Tasted - Raks Kitchen

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  33. I love my sandwich maker too Priya, the texture is not the same when you do on stove top right..yours look so tempting!

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