FOOT LONG SANDWICH

This is very warm evening snack that takes care of even your dinner, if you are a poor eater, of course.It has rustic feel to it and can be packed as a lunch too. The ingredients I added are the ones that I had in my fridge so leave it to your imagination and palate . One foot long sandwich would suffice for an interesting evening snack for three .

Ingredients

  1. 1 Garlic bread from my local bakery
  2. Iceberg lettuce torn roughly
  3. 5 Cherry tomatoes roughly chopped
  4. 10 Green or black olive slices
  5. Few roughly chopped barks of cheddar cheese
  6. Sweet onion dressing
  7. One ripe avocado roughly mashed with one tsp of lemon juice ,olive oil and salt
  8. 2 sliced jalapenos for heat
  9. 2 eggs scrambled on the fire with a dash of milk, pinch of pepper and salt and few chopped spring onion greens.

Procedure

1.Cut the garlic bread into two horizontal halves keeping one end of the bread attached.

  1. Spread sweet onion dressing on both the halves on top of which make a bed of lettuce leaves.
    3.Spread scrambled eggs, mashed avocado,cheddar barks, olives, jalapenos,cherry tomatoes layer by layer.
    4.Generously drizzle sweet onion dressing.
    5.Take a sandwich paper or cling wrap and wrap the whole sandwich tightly.
    6.The idea is to not let the ingredients spill out of the sandwich while eating.
  2. Cut the sandwich into number of pieces you want to.
    8.Wrap it in a sandwich paper before serving.
  3. Yummy and absolutely visually delightful presentation.

Chicken Seekh Kabab Curry


In times of rationing my pantry, I came up with something I would like to share with you. I had some Meatzaa Chicken kababs in my freezer and a tomato gravy with garlic. I sliced an onion, sauteed it, added sliced kababs and cooked for five minutes. Then I added my tomato paste and garam masala powder. Covered and cooked for a while and added freshly crushed kasoori methi and some cream before finishing it.Add salt to taste.

A sneak-peek into my fridge (Part I)

Be it an unexpected guest or a quick whip-up for my family, I’ve always loved to feed hungry people. A few kitchen tricks I’ve learned along the way help to reduce the time required for cooking. At most, I save an hour or so every fortnight to zip-zap-zoom simple ingredients to form these lovely sauces, pastes, chutneys and marinades.

Lets just say this is Part I
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