This potato-sweet corn sandwich is very easy to put together if the chutneys are made before hand. On the day of making the sandwich, prepare the potato-sweet corn filling, assemble everything and toast. You get a tangy and spicy sandwich perfect for breakfast and picnics.
The quantity of chilli added in green chutney gives us that extra heat. But if you like spicy food, you may have to add more chillies.
Recipe Source: Got the recipe for potato sweet corn filling from my cousin's space.
Ingredients to make 8 sandwiches (using 16 bread slices)
|Bread slice||16||I used whole wheat bread|
|Green chutney||1 tbsp||-|
|Onion and Tomato chutney||3 tbsp||-|
|Oil||1 tsp||I used sunflower refined oil|
|Cumin Seeds||1 tsp||-|
|Salt||To taste||around 1/2 a tsp|
|Aamchur/Dry mango Powder||1 tsp||Optional, for extra tang|
|Red chilli powder||1/2 tsp||-|
|lemon juice||1 tsp||-|
|For the potato sweet corn filling|
|1. Pressure cook potato and sweet corn for 3 whistles|
|2. Peel the potato and mash. Remove kernels from the corn.|
|3. In a pan/kadai, add a tsp of oil. Add cumin seeds, chilli powder, aamchur powder and salt. Add corn kernels and mix well|
|4. Add mashed potato and lemon juice and mix well. Switch off the flame.|
|5. Transfer to a bowl.|
|For the sandwich|
|1. Spread onion chutney on a bread slice.|
|2. Apply green chutney on another slice. Spread the filling on the same slice.|
5. Server as it is or with tomato ketchup. As you can see, the sandwich is almost oil less and there is no butter or cheese. The best part is you won't even miss them.
Take a slice of this sandwich and you would know the meaning of "bursting with flavour". :-)
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