Saturday, June 12, 2010

Potato Sandwich Recipe - Sandwich recipe

Usually on Sundays, after lunch, I do not spend time in the kitchen. I mostly spend time doing other things which I love. Every Sunday evening, my husband prepares something light. Today, he prepared potato sandwich and it tasted awesome. He cooks well and I never fail to complement him, so that I will get rest (he he). He cooked and I clicked pictures. Kids will love this sandwich very much. Today we will see how to make potato sabji (aloo sabzi) sandwich following this easy recipe.

potato sandwich-Kids special
Serve your kids with this smiley potato sandwich and bring a smile to their face

Potato Sandwich-Aloo Sandwich

Potato Sandwich

 Prep Time : 10 mins
 Cook Time : 20 mins 
 Serves: 2
 Recipe CategoryBreakfast-Sandwich
 Recipe CuisineIndian
 Author:

   Ingredients needed

   Potato -3
   Onion - 2 ( medium sized)
   Green chilli -2
   Ginger - 1 inch piece finely chopped
   Tomato -1
   Turmeric powder - a pinch
   Chilli powder - 1/4 tsp or as required
   Salt as required

   For the seasoning

   Oil - 1 tbsp
   Mustard seeds -1/2 tsp
   Urad dal - 1/2 tsp

   For the Sandwich

   Bread slices - 4-6
   Butter - as required
   Toaster or tawa


Preparation

Peel the skin of potato and cut it into small pieces.

Chop onion, tomatoes, ginger and green chillies finely.

Method

Heat oil in a pan, add mustard seeds, when it splutters, add urad dal. When dal turns golden brown, add onions, green chilli and ginger. Saute until onions turn transparent.

Add tomatoes and saute for a few more minutes.

Then add chopped potatoes, chilli powder, turmeric powder, salt needed and cook covered, stirring in between until potato are tender.

Now our potato stuffing is ready.

potato sandwich

How to make potato sandwich

Apply butter on one side of both the bread.

Place 2 tbsp of stuffing on one bread and cover it with another bread with buttered side facing down.

Grease the toaster with a little butter and toast the sandwich both sides until golden brown. If you do not have a toaster, you can toast the bread on tawa, place the stuffing on the bread and cover it with another toasted bread and enjoy.

Your potato sandwich is ready. Serve it as such or with tomato chutney or tomato ketchup.

Repeat the process for the rest of the breads.

Meet you all again with more interesting recipes, till then it is bye from Padhu of Padhuskitchen.


48 comments:

  1. It looks awesome! I think kids of all ages would like this!

    It's so nice you get a break. My husband avoids it at all cost. I think it's all over...he was splattered with hot oil when the fish he was cooking slipped. Oh well...maybe he'll clean up...haha! one can wish!

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  2. Thanks for the entry dear...sandwich looks yum...Convey my regards to him..glad to find ur blog through the event now..n love to follow u

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  3. Wow!!!! Padhu...enjoying hubby's prep..sandwich says all about your hubby's cooking...hahaha..
    looks awesome..me too smiling!!!

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  4. this iz something very easy to make padhu...cute recipe...

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  5. Padhu- That's cool breakfast for weekend cheerup :)

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  6. NICE! You brought a nostalgic feeling back with this post. We used to have these as kids. Great post Padhu!!The hub is after me to make this now! =)

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  7. great post Paddu ...
    iam sure you enjoyed ur bite as well after its ur hubby who made it

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  8. Thats a delicious sandwiches made by your hubby..lucky you...

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  9. Wow Padhu this potato sandwich looks very simple and delicious.Nice to know that you get enjoy Sunday afternoons while he takes over the kitchen.Indeed a lovely food for the kids.

    I would like to let you know that I am hosting an event eith whole grains:barley.Do send in your delicious entries for this event.

    Thank you.

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  10. Padhu,

    smiling potato sandwich looks really good. Nice yummy recipe, your hubby cooks well

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  11. you are really lucky Padhu. that sandwich looks delicious

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  12. ரொம்ப நல்லாயிருக்கு,அழகான ப்ரெசண்டேஷன்...

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  13. Very nice and looks so yummy, it's really special since it is cooked by your loved one...

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  14. Looks lovely,so cute..it looks yum.

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  15. Perfect lunch-box treat, looks delicious!!

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  16. Delicious sandwich, love that smiley Padhu, lucky u r..

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  17. looks yummy yummy and as it is i always love your pic

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  18. looks good Padhu....my husband does the breakfast on the weekends but when it comes to lunch his creativity ends with Dal and only dal ! :)

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  19. Awesome sandwich! Great recipe, Padhu..

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  20. Beautifully presented yummy sandwich, love it:-)

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  21. Padhu, the recipe looks lovely. Simple yet satidfying. Our wishes to your hubby :)

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  22. lovely presentation and tasty sandwich.
    Yes u can send it to bread mania without the logo .....

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  23. Simple n yummy recipe...cute pic says its taste.

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  24. with those sandwitches even You made me smile Padhu. its a nostalgic feeling we used to have them in the coolage canteen. looks lovely and I know they are very yum.

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  25. the sandwich looks awesome; I agree this must be a kids favorite!

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  26. Love the potatoe sandwich Padhu.Enjoy ur time

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  27. nice simple dish...ur hubby choosed a perfect one i feel...really good and cool pic...

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  28. Simple, delicious sandwich...looks so yummy.

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  29. yummy and filling sandwiches padhu, cute pictures

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  30. You are lucky dear ,,, veetukaarar kaila saapdarathu evlo athirshtam.. Nalla seithurukkaru sandwich ah..

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  31. I've have a similar draft lying with me ... my version is bit different ... thanks for reminder will post soon :)

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  32. Delicious Sandwich and loved that smiley :-) Great work by the Chef!

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  33. Hi Padhu

    Your Sandwich looks so cute and must have tasted great as well. Loved the way you have decorated the preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  34. Too delicious! Your are lucky Padhu to have such a loving husband!
    God bless!

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  35. Hi Padhu,
    Thanks for your comment! That is a delicious-looking sandwich! We usually make one with leftover potato curry :)
    You have a very neat blog and some great recipes! I really liked your post on spongy idlis. We've always had trouble with idlis, so I'll be trying them out soon!
    Please stop by again, and I look forward to reading all your recipes :)

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  36. normally i avoid any sandwiches....but now i changed my mind ...iam going to try this one this week ....thanks Padhu..by the by what is your next presentation...my dear?..iam cuuuurious.

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  37. first time here .... simple recipe and heealthy too.. very tempting pics too...

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  38. Yummy potato sandwich. Am sure the curry will taste good with rotis as well.

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  39. Very beautiful!..am sure kids will love it!

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  40. Excellent recipe. Will try it out.

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  41. simple and healty.. looks yummy..

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  42. I like to eat sandwich daily. .. This is a different one. . I prepared myself. .. its really superb. ..

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