Saturday, October 27, 2007

Ribbon Sandwich


I have been making this sandwich for years whenever there is a kids' party at home. It is a healthy sandwich and is yummy too! Coriander leaves and mint leaves are used to make the green chutney which enhances the nutritive value of this sandwich.

This is my entry for this week's Weekend Herb Blogging which is the brilliant idea of Kalyn. It is being hosted this week by Nami Nami.

What you need:

Bread -1 loaf

For the green chutney:

Grated coconut -1\4 cup
Coriander leaves -2 tbsp
Mint leaves -2 tbsp
Green chilli -1
Juice of half a lime
Salt -to taste
Cheddar cheese -1 cube

For the red chutney:

Tomato sauce -4 tbsp
Butter -2 tbsp
Pepper powder -1\4 tsp
Salt -to taste


Method:

Grind together all the ingredients for the green chutney to a fine paste except the cheese. Transfer it to a bowl and add grated cheese. (Add less salt for both the chutneys as the cheese and butter already contain salt.) Mix well and keep aside. In another bowl, mix together tomato sauce, butter, pepper and salt. Take a slice of bread and spread the green chutney on it. Place another slice of bread on top of it. Spread the red chutney . Place one more slice of bread on top. Press firmly and cut the edges. Cut it diagonally. Repeat the same with other slices. Serve immediately. If you need to make them before hand, keep them wrapped in a wet cloth. The chutneys can be refrigerated for 1 or 2 days.

23 comments:

Happy cook said...

Wow great looking sandwitches.
I eat them when i am in India. But never have tried at home.
They look just delicious. Thankx for sharing.

Srivalli said...

I love these...thanks for sharing

Richa said...

wow! one of my most fav s/w, it is the best, isn't it :) lovely

Asha said...

Looks almost like a tiered cake, good one Lissies!:))

Seena said...

I love sandwiches..me too make one with green chutney..looks beautiful Lissie..

Padmaja said...

Lissie!!
love those colourful sandwiches!!! yummy yum!!

Sig said...

Good looking sandwiches, love the colored layers... :)

Pravs said...

Colourful sandwich..feel like tasting one :)

Pille said...

Such a neat idea! Thanks for submitting this healthy sandwich recipe idea to this week's WHB, Lissie!

Rachel said...

This is somehthing that i make too..and let my toddler help me too..in doing so she defintely wants to eat the sandwhich

sagari said...

sandwich looks beautiful and colorfull

Suganya said...

Aww. They are cute.

Sirisha Kilambi said...

Lissie....great looking sandwich dear.........mmmmmmmmmmm :-)

Rajitha said...

i love sandwiches..these look good and will be fun to eat too

Kalyn said...

It looks so colorful, and I love the sound of the coriander chutney!

Bharathy said...

Lovely Lissie!!I too make an almost the same one with coriander chutney and carrot and butter cream..
Nice presentation!!

Kribha said...

Cool and colorful dish. Could you share it with me please?

Saju said...

colourful sandwiches. Look beautiful, great idea for finger food, if cut into bitesize pieces.

Padma said...

Looks so great I loved first photo, it looks something like layered cake to me

remya said...

I love this colorful sandwich..i tatsed this one first time made by one of my cousins....really delicious...urs also lovely..

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Perfect looking sandwich....!!!
Thanx lisse for sharing..))

Lissie said...

thank you happy, srivalli, richa and asha for your kind words!

thanks a lot seena, padmaja, sig and pravs!

welcome pille, rachel, sagari and suganya!

Lissie said...

bharathy, try this version too!

thank you rajitha, kribha, padma, remya and raks for your good comments!

saju, that would be a wonderful idea!

welcome kalyn! thanks a lot!