Feb 17, 2013

Mushroom And Greenpea Sandwich

BREAKFAST ON THE RUN This is my theme for this weeks BM. Actually I am a person who like to have breakfast and I can finish my lunch with a salad or two rotis and a cup of a ny curry. But I need a heavy breakfast. My husband is totally opposite to me, If I made a little late to give him breakfast, he will take a chance to skip the breakfast. Always his complaint is, if he had a heavy breakfast, he will feel sleepy at work. So that I keep his breakfast little less quantity, like sandwich, bread omlette, idli and chutney, that is an another thing.
                                                         Now the topic is Breakfast on the run means we have to prepare the breakfast with in 30 minutes. For this theme first recipe I got in my mind is a Sandwich, I  posted some sand wich recipes before in my blog. But this one is a different one with curry flavor and protein rich sandwich, I made this as a grilled sandwich but you can serve this as a raw sandwich or a open sandwich also that  is totally your choice...
Here is the recipe...
mushroom and peas sandwich INGREDIENTS:--
Bread   ---  8 slices
Olive oil  --- 1 tab sp
FOR CURRY:--
Mushrooms  ---  250 gms
Green peas  --- 100 gms
Onion  --- 1 big finely choped
Tomato  --- 1 big finely choped
Ginger garlic paste  --  1/2 tea sp
Red chilli powder  -- 1/2 tea sp or according to your taste
turmeric powder  --- 1/4 tea sp
Garam masal powder  --- 1/4 tea sp
Salt to taste
Choped coriander leaves  --- 1 tab sp
Olive oil  --- 2 tea sp ( you can use any other oil you like)
Cumin seeds  --- 1/ 2 tea sp
                                                       
METHOD:---
1. Wash and pat dry mushroom and chop them in to small pieces.
2. Heat oil in a pan add cumin seeds let them crackle then add choped onion and fry till it turn in to light pink.
3. Now add green peas, ginger garlic paste, turmeric powder, choped tomato, salt to taste, give a good stir cover and cook in a low heat for 5 minutes.
4. If you feel like the curry is sticking to the pan then add 2 tab sp of water now again mix well and cover and cook till green peas are cooked.
5. After 5 minutes open the pan add garam masala, choped coriander leaves mix well cover with lid, let it be like that for two minutes then switch of the heat.
6. Sprinkle little olive oil on the both sides of bread slice, place mushroom and green pea curry on one bread slice cover with the other bread slice sprinkle with little olive oil on top then toast it on a hot grill or in a hot oven till it turns in to nice golden...
Serve with a cup of tea/ coffee or with milk..
 This is my first recipe with the theme of BREAKFAST ON THE RUN for blogging marathon 25 th edition at Valli's spice your life lets check blogging marathon page .
 

15 comments:

Padmajha PJ said...

Nice combo of mushrooms and peas. Love all kind of sandwiches.Bookmarked this one too.Will be great to pack for lil ones lunch box too...

thoushaltcook said...

Love the crunch on that bread. Delicious filling.

Priya said...

Very satisfying and super filling sandwich.

Harini-Jaya Rupanagudi said...

Interesting combo..

Kalpana Sareesh said...

too good combo..

Chef Mireille said...

sandwich looks too good - just delicious

Suma Gandlur said...

Interesting one. My husband is a big fan of mushrooms and maybe this one appeals to him.

Manju said...

Filling sandwich good to go.

Leena said...

Nice combo...wholesome sandwich..

Srivalli said...

I can have this for anytime Padma...very nice one..

Rajani S said...

That is a nice filling sandwich :) My husband too goes easy on his breakfast most of the time!

Nalini's Kitchen said...

Super tempting and filling sandwich....

Preeti Garg said...

Mouthwatering sandwich

DivyaGCP said...

Love the combination of the filling.. Hearty and healthy sandwich

Pavani said...

LOVE the mushroom and peas combo.. Perfect looking sandwich.. yummy!!