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(Potato Sandwich, Tawa Sandwich)
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Aloo Sandwich is one of the most popular and sought after sandwich variety in India, especially in Mumbai. It can be made with left over aloo masala anytime. Today I am sharing the recipe of making Aloo Sandwich from scratch because it is a favourite among kids and we don’t have to wait for leftover masala.
There are quite a few variations of making this sandwich. Some people add red chili powder but I add green chili and black pepper. Also, you can spread green chutney and tomato ketchup on the bread slices while making the sandwich. However I prefer to make it without these sauces and use them for serving. Similarly, adding cheese is totally optional but recommended. Well, he choice it yours but be sure to try this recipe.
Recipe For Aloo Sandwich
Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: 15 minutes
- Sandwich Bread Slices – 8 (white or brown can be used)
- Potatoes – 2
- Onion – ½ (Chopped)
- Green Chili – 2 (finely chopped)
- Lemon Juice – 2-3 drops
- Coriander Leaves – 2 tbsp
- Chaat Masala – 1 tsp
- Salt – ½ tsp
- Cheese (Mozzarella or Cheddar) – ½ cup (grated)
- Crushed Black Pepper – ½ tsp
- Butter – 4 tbsp (for spreading)
- Butter – for toasting
- Green Chutney – 4 tbsp
- Tomato Ketchup – 4 tbsp
- Boil and mash the potatoes coarsely.
- Take this in a bowl and add chopped onion, finely chopped green chili, coriander leaves, chaat masala, lemon juice, salt and pepper powder. Mix together.
- Grate the cheese and keep it ready. You can use mozzarella cheese, cheddar cheese or a blend of both.
- Take 2 slices of bread, apply butter generously on top of each slice.
- Spread the prepared potato masala on one slice. Generously spread grated cheese on another slice.
- Cover both the slices to form a sandwich.
- Take butter on a heated tawa and carefully place the sandwich. Toast the bread until golden bread on both sides. Serve hot.
- Aloo Sandwich goes well with a cup of garam chai and can be served for breakfast or snack.
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