Sunday, 14 July 2019

Cheese Masala Toast Sandwich -- Sindhi Style

Cheese Masala Toast Sandwich -- Sindhi Style


The first time I savoured a Sindhi Aloo Cheese Sandwich toast was almost two decades ago at a neighbors place at tea time. When I asked her for the recipe she quickly responded and ever since that time this Sindhi Style Aloo Cheese Toast is a regular on the Irani Saturday night TV dinner. It is always accompanied by a bowl of soup or vegetable salad.



The secret ingredient here is butter and cheese, the more you add the tastier it gets. However, I try to add it sparingly just to lessen the calories and savour it with chutney or ketchup.



To make 4 Whole Sandwiches- 8 Quarters

Ingredients

4 boiled potatoes
1 chopped onion
1 chopped tomato
1/2 cup chopped cabbage
2 green chilies
2 sliced cheese/ or cubes
Few Corriander leaves
1 tsp Chaat Masala
Juice from 1/2 lime
Salt to taste
Butter as required
8 slices of brown bread

Method

1. Finely chop the onion, tomato, cabbage, green chilies and coriander leaves.

2. Boil the potatoes in a pressure cooker for 2 to 3 whistles. Let it come to room temperature, then peel the potatoes and mash the potatoes to clear all lumps.

3. Now mix in the chopped vegetables, chilies, coriander leaves and combine it well like a dough.



4. To this add salt, dry spice, lime juice, and cheese. Mix all the ingredients except the butter.

5. Spread butter on each slice then apply the mixture on 1 slice and cover it with the other slice.

6. Do the same process for the other slices to create sandwiches.

7. Take a non-stick sandwich toaster,  put a little butter and toast on both sides on a low flame until crisp. You can do the same process in an electric toaster.

8. Serve this Cheese Masala Toast Sandwich hot with tomato ketchup or chutney and a light salad on the side.



Note

You can avoid cheese if you wish.
To the potato batter one can add chopped capsicum too.
Use while bread instead of brown bread and see how more tastier it gets.



19 comments:

  1. Thanks for this lovely post. I am definitely trying this recipe soon. Your photography is splendid by the way 😍

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  2. Amazing recipe. I would love to try someday

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  3. I love it whenever I come across vegetarian food snacks. plus this would remind me of my Mumbai trips.

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  4. this would make a nice option to pack in my kid's tiffin. love the pictures too.

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  5. The recipe looks so tempting and yummy . will try the recipe this Sunday for sure.

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  6. I love sandwiches, I often make this. Very yummy and tasty to eat. Best tiffin option too.

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  7. It look so tempting and very easy to make. I will try out this weekend

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  8. This sounds so perfect to make and eat during this monsoon season. Yummy and healthy!

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  9. I'm a big fan of cheese and I'm so glad you shared this post, cabt wait to try this out 👍🏻

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  10. Wow, I love Sindhi cuisine, I must try this cheese masala toast tomorrow morning for breakfast, my mouth is already watering.

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  11. That is a yummylicious recipe and a perfect Saturday night snack

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  13. This is one of our favorite breakfast recipes. My kids love it topped generously with cheese but I mostly avoid it for myself.

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  14. my son loves cheese toast and cheese sandwiches. I am going to make this one too.

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  15. Wow Sindhi style sandwich. I simply love the sindhi cuisine and this one looks absolutely amazing to me..I shall try for sure.

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  16. Wow it looks so yummy. Will try at my home. My son loves sandwich even me too.

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  17. Wow that's awesome, I really like cheese toast will surely try this recipe soon

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  18. I am trying out this rerecipe today to enjoy my sunday brunch. I love to have cheese toast with healthy veggies.

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  19. Wow this is so easy actually. I love having sandwich and I think I could try out this recipe. Thanks for sharing

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