Few years back, I go to Iyengar Bakery often just to have this bread sandwich. What a taste! I have this sandwich atleast 3 days in a week as a snack. I then learned this recipe from my friend. Thanks a million to her. I tried it for the first time and I should say it matched the taste of the same bread sandwich I had once upon a time at Iyengar’s Bakery. I jumped out of joy. I know many would love this sandwich as I do. For those lovers of this Bakery’s sandwich, follow this recipe and enjoy! Mint leaves add a flavor to this dish so if you do not have mint leaves, try it out with coriander leaves but you will not get the same taste of the Bakery’s sandwich. Still, you would love it…!
Preparation Time. 10 minutes
Cook Time. 15 minutes
Recipe Cuisine. Indian
Recipe Category. Snack/Main
Makes. 3 persons
Onions (chopped) – 1 cup
Carrot (chopped/grated) – 1 no.
Green chillies (chopped) – 2 nos.
Coriander leaves (chopped) – 1 tablespoon
Mint leaves (chopped) – 1 tablespoon
Turmeric powder – a pinch
Bread slices – 5 nos.
Oil – 2 teaspoons
Salt – as desired
Note. The ingredients shown will vary with the original quantity.
1. In a pan, heat oil. Add onions and fry until its raw smell goes off. Add carrot and salt.
2. Add turmeric powder, mint leaves, coriander leaves, and green chillies in an order.
3. Fry for 5 more minutes.Toast the breads with little ghee. Stuff the breads with the cooked sandwich or sandwich the breads using the sandwich maker.
Now, Iyengar Bakery’s Bread Sandwich is ready!!!
- I have used bigger pieces of carrot and mint leaves because Gj likes it this way. If the carrots are grated and finely chopped, it tastes great and would not come in between when you eat the sandwich.
Other Bread Recipes are:
Avocado Egg Salad Sandwich , Bombay Toast, Bread Sandwich, Bread Upma, Potato Masala Bread Toast, Sprouted Soybeans/Moong Dal Sandwich, Vegetable Bread Sandwich, Wheat Bread Capsicum Sandwich