Monday, April 27, 2015

YOGHURT SANDWICH RECIPE | CURD SANDWICH |EASY SANDWICH RECIPES

curd-sandwich
Summer is getting peak and everyone want to eat little and consumption of fluids are more nowadays.
This sandwich doesn't require much cooking. Also since curd is used for the filling, it will be perfect for breakfast and also an evening snack for kids, when they come back from home. I made this Indian style sandwich with home made yoghurt. Me and my mom enjoyed this for breakfast. Try this out and let me know how it turned out for you.


Curd Sandwich

  Preparation Time : 30 mins | Cooking Time : 2 Mins (to toast bread) |Serves: 2

    Bread slices       4
    Yogurt | curd      1/4 cup
    Bell pepper | capsicum     2 tbslp (cut into long)
    Onion      1
    Cabbage       2 tblsp 
    Chilli flakes or pepper powder   to taste
    Butter    to toast the bread 
    Coriander leaves    few
    Salt   to taste
     

yogurt-sandwich
Method:
  • Put the yoghurt in the tea strainer and keep it inside the refrigerator for  30 minutes. Keep a vessel below this. This is to remove the extra water and make the sandwich creamy.
  • I used the  home made curd.
  • Chop the veggies into thin long ones. 
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  • Mix the yoghurt, veggies, chili flakes and chopped coriander leaves in a wide bowl.
yogurt-sandwich
  • Toast the bread slices. Add little butter while toasting. Either you can toast the bread on tawa or toast on the sandwich maker too.
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  • Spread the curd micture on one side of the bread and cover this with another bread.
  • Creamy yoghurt sandwich is ready.
yoghurt-sandwich
Notes:
  1. You can spread Green Chutney on one side of the bread and spread the curd mixture on the top of this.
  2. Finely chopped green chillies can be added instead of red chili flakes.
  3. Oregano can also be added into this.
  4. Even the green mint chutney can be mixed in the curd mixture too.
  5. You can add cucumber, carrots to the yogurt mixture.

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9 comments:

  1. I do this all the time.. perfect for this summer.. It just becomes soggy if you pack for lunch..

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  2. That's a delicious and filling sandwich..I am sure my kids will love this

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  4. Is it possible if I use hung curd it will not become soggy...as I have to keep it in my kids lunch box..

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    1. Pooja thsi recipe will not hold good for lunch box as it will become soggy

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  6. Hi.. recipe looks delicious.. tried it.. how to avoid rawness of veggies and they ooze water from sandwich?

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    1. If you want to just saute it once but the specialty of the recipe is the crunchiness of the raw veggies.Since we are using thick yogurt it won't ooze out water , but can't pack for box. Serve immediately

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