Monday, April 29, 2013

White Sauce Vegetable Sandwich

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The summer is treating us all bad. I really don't feel like having heavy breakfast at all. Something simple and light would be more than sufficient and I would love to have more liquids to keep me going for the day. 

I am sure you all would be feeling so too. Since I go out for shoots these days I prefer packing simple sandwiches too which keep my eating mess free and tummy happy. 

This sandwich recipe is my mother's suggestion and I completely fell for it the very first time I made it. Creamy, yummy and a fantastic way to incorporate carrots into a sandwich. I am very sure you all would get pretty creative in using your favorite vegetables into this recipe once you go through!! :)

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Carrots – 5
Onion – 1
Mint leaves – ½ bunch
Green chilly – 2
Butter - 1 tblsp
All purpose flour (Maida) – 4 tblsp
Milk – 1 ½ cups
Pepper powder – for taste
Salt  - for taste

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Grate carrots. Chop onion and green chilly finely. Wash and chop mint leaves too.

Take butter in a pan and fry the chopped onion until it turns golden brown. Now add the grated carrots, green chilly and mint leaves and sprinkle some salt to it and fry for few minutes until the carrot becomes soft.

Now add the maida and fry again for a couple of minutes and then simmer the stove completely and pour the milk to it mixing gradually.  Keep stirring until the mixture becomes slight thick and creamy. Cook in low flame for few more minutes and finally add adequate pepper powder and mix well.

Remove from flame and once it comes to room temperature transfer it to an air tight container.

Apply it on bread and sandwich it with another. Serve and enjoy eating.

This mixture will keep well for 3 days if kept in the refrigerator. 

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You can use other vegetables like sweet corn, cabbage etc for making the same kind of sauce for sandwich. 

You use other varieties of bread like ciabatta etc too for sandwich of this kind. 

Try toasting your bread before applying the sauce for a difference. 

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Written by: Nithya
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AparnaRajeshkumar said...

lovely photography ! good clicks !

Unknown said...

yummy sandwich...
lovely presentation

Unknown said...

looks fab! a great afternoon snack as well. Inviting clicks!

Raksha said...

Yummy looking sandwiches..

Raksha's Kitchen

Sunanda said...

Sanwich looks yummy.. liked the idea of white sauce very much.. i usually make pasta like this :-)
Gr8 idea
Sunandas Kitchen

VineelaSiva said...

The Sandwich looks very inviting.Love the clicks.

Priya Suresh said...

Very filling and beautiful light sandwich.

Savi-Ruchi said...

beautiful clicks & a different sandwich. Will try it sometime..

Unknown said...

Oh ! Lovely pictures..yumm

kavitha said...

it looks very you have to add maida to the already saluted vegetables or separately?

Suresh Urs said...

Nice vegetable sauce and sandwich. Thanks Great post. Clickrecipe.

Aruna Manikandan said...

super delicious sandwich, go to try this for my lil one :)
love the way you have clicked ...

Nithiya said...

I have made similar sandwich with a creamy mushroom spread although without mint and green chillies!! Good clicks!!

Home Cooked food said...

yummy sandwich, do visit me dear.

Suja said...

Lovely pictures and yummy sandwich..

Unknown said...

Great clicks as usual

Shree said...

awesome clicks ! looks so tempting

vidhas said...

yummy sandwich. Looks and sounds yum
Kids will love this.Awesome click asusual.

Unknown said...

Super tempting clicks...looks very tempting

Unknown said...

Fantastic Receipe... I was looking for dis recipe from a long time ,I found dis at the right moment. I tried it at home yesterday. My hubby was so happy , he enjoyed it thoroughly..Thank u .. It has d right measurement. Th presentation is mind blowing.. In fact its too tempting to try ...
Keep giving us new Receipes like dis ...

Meshach. M said...

tried it .. loved it .. me n my wife.. added a bit of cheese and chili flakes

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