Thursday, May 31, 2012

Paneer Sandwich Recipe

This is a very simple sandwich recipe made with paneer stuffing. Paneer is a good source of protein and calcium.This breakfast is great for adults and for growing children.Those who are on diet can opt for low fat paneer. If you have green chutney ready, this can be prepared in a jiffy.

Paneer Sandwich
(Cut the brown crust into different shapes and ask your kids to decorate the sandwich. I have kept that black dot for eyes using picasa .You can use olives or grapes or raisins or just a small piece of paneer for the eyes.Kids will love this paneer sandwich)

Ingredients needed for making 2 sandwiches

Whole wheat brown bread - 4
Paneer -75 grams (grated or crumbled)
Green chutney -2-3 tsp
Onion -1 finely chopped (medium size)
Green chillies -2 very finely chopped (omit this if it is for kids)
Finely chopped coriander leaves - few 
Butter as needed
Bread Toaster

Preparation

I used homemade paneer for making this sandwich. Check how to make paneer at home.

Crumble or grade paneer.

Cut the brown corners of the bread.

Method 

In a bowl, mix paneer, finely chopped onions, green chillies, green chutney, finely chopped coriander leaves and salt together. Now the stuffing is ready.

Take 2 bread slices, apply butter on 1 side for both the breads, keep a tbsp of stuffing on the buttered side of 1 bread and close it with the other bread with the buttered side facing down.

Butter the outer surface of the bread slightly if required or just grease the bread toaster and toast on both sides till golden brown.

Cut it diagonally and enjoy as such or with tomato ketchup. Repeat the process for the rest of the bread.

This can also be had as a snack with evening tea. Enjoy!


23 comments:

  1. quick to make sandwich...simply delicious...you r creative Padhu..
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  2. Yummy recipe.... Piggy is really cute

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  3. He he ..love your presentation..any kid will fall for it...even if he/she doesn't like eating paneer..

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  4. i love paneer sandwiches ! the piggy face is so cute :D

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  5. Nice piggy presentation :)
    Looks delicious..
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  6. yummy sandwich and the presentation is really fabulous......

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  7. nice recipe. love that sandwich decoration.

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  8. Delicious and can be made in a jiffy.Presentation is good.

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  9. simple and healthy filling..kids will surely love this .loved your cute presentation:)

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  10. Very attractive presentation, sandwich looks divine.

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  11. easy and yummy...i have made similar paneer sandwich and loved it!!!


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  12. This is such a great thing to do along with your kids! I am sure mine would love it!

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  13. any kid will go crazy over these cute loking sandwiches.

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  14. Ooh! I love this sandwich...usually make a similar one with my left over Paneer Burji...Nice :)

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  15. I love the details in your recipe and the cute presentation has stolen my heart.

    Mina
    http://www.givemesomespice.com

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  17. hi I'm new to ur site....was looking for simple breakfast recipies, came across this paneer sandwich and tried it this morning...it cameout so yummy. thanks for posting it

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