Monday, February 22

Potato And Green Chutney Grill Sandwich. Bombay Sandwich!!

Potato And Green Chutney Grill Sandwich is also known as a Bombay Masala Sandwich. This is sandwich is inspired from a Bombay sandwich only with my own twist. Nowadays Sandwich is also has become a street food in India and there are 100 of variation to one sandwich! you name it the they'll make it. This one is my favourite sandwich with hot cup of tea on Sunday's breakfast. This is easy to make and delicious to eat..

4 slices of sandwich bread
2 medium boiled potato
3tbsp green chutney (This is mint, coriander and green chilli chutney)
Butter as needed.

Apply the butter on all the sides of the bread and set it aside.
In a mixing bowl, add the boiled potato and chutney mix them nicely.
Then place the potato filling on one side of the bread and place another bread on top and grill for 4 to 5 minutes or till golden brown.
Serve hot with Tea, Coffee or any Juice..

Thursday, February 18

Mix Vegetable Stirfry. Chinese Style!!

Today morning I woke up and after finishing all the work and sent my hubby to office and sat to watch tv for sometime. Then all of sudden I realise that It is been a months I have even opened my blog and wrote something.. I don't know where to start or where to end. Everything seems so unreal, this blog was my identity and I use to love to write it and blog writing was my most favourite job in the world, but now I feel bore to even look at it.. But No I have to start and I'll start..

Mix Vegetable Stirfry, is the most simplest and easiest side dish to accompany with any kind for rice or noodles dish. It taste great even with roasted chicken or this veggies also can be wrapped into a rolls and serve for lunch or dinner!!

3cups of mix veggies.
(carrot, broccoli, mushroom, Brussels sprouts, zucchini) cut into medium pieces
1tbsp minced ginger and garlic
1tbsp dark soya sauce
1tbsp vegetable seasoning
1/2tsp crack black pepper
1/2tsp red chilli flakes
1tbsp olive oil
1/2tbsp sesame oil
Salt to taste.

Cooking Method.
Boil the Brussels sprouts for a minute or 2 in a hot water and set it aside.Place a wok over high heat until hot, add oil, add garlic and ginger; cook until fragrant, about 10 seconds. add carrots, zucchini and mushrooms, stir fry for 1 minute. Then add brussels sprouts, broccoli, soya sauce, vegetable seasoning, red chilli flakes, salt and sesame oil and stirfry for another minute or 2. Now sprinkle cracked black pepper and mix well.
Serve immediately.

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