Feb 10, 2009



Bread slices --- 6 no.
Green chutney ---- 2 tab sp
mixed fruit jam --- 2 tab sp
For green chutney:-----
Mint leaves --- 1 cup
Coriander leaves ---- 1 cup
ginger --- 1/2 in piece chopped
Garlic ---- 4 cloves chopped
Onion --- 1 small chopped
Green chilies --- 5 no.
Cumin seeds --- 1/2 tea sp
salt to taste
Tamarind pulp --- 1 tea sp
Oil --- 1 tea sp
Heat oil in a fry pan add cumin seeds let them popup then add chopped onion and green chilies and fry for 2 min. then add ginger, garlic, mint and coriander leaves mix well and switch off the flame cover and leave a side for 2 min.
After 2 min. grind in to a smooth paste with tamarind pulp and salt to taste remove from blender jar and store it in a clean bottle in the fridge
This will stay for 10 day s in the fridge.
You can use this for as a sandwich spread and aside dish for samosa and kachori and many more.
Take 3 bread slices.
Aply green chutney on one slice and mixed fruit jam on one slice and cover with the third slice and trim the sides and cut into triangles.
Serve with a cup of hot tea.
These sandwich es are going to Bayleaf s Bread Mania Event hosted by Sindhura
and also CARROT FLOWERS for chitra Ammas The Kitchen Masterpiece Event


Pallavi said...

the club sandwiches looks great. very pretty presentation. yes, I am originally from AP.

Priya Suresh said...

Lovely presentation, feel like grabing the sandwich..gorgeous!!

Swapna said...

Lovely sandwich. Kids love this.

CurryLeaf said...

GREAT.I think you have an eye for interior decoration and styling.Love love love the sandwich.The pic is making me hungry.

Cham said...

The pretty carrot flowers are simply beautiful! Very artistic!

Vibaas said...

Looks soooo pretty. Delicious!

Lakshmi said...

Carrot flowers (am I right?) look very pretty..good way of presenting a sandwich.

sriharivatsan said...

Looks very tempting..Makes me hungry now..

Pooja said...

Awesome presentation.

lubnakarim06 said...

Wow simply awesome......Wanna eat it right now....

Lakshmi said...

Rekha,you can send ur flowers to Kitchen Masterpiece Event at Chitra Amma's Kitchen :)

Jaishree Iyer said...

Sandwiches looks great.Lovely presentation

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

sweet and spicy chutney? that sounds very interesting.

Uma said...

wow, Rekha! lovely presentation and a mouth-watering sandwich.

notyet100 said...

lovely carvin..


Deepthi Shankar said...

those carvings look soo pretty Rekha .. Iam game for a sandwich anytime

Dershana said...

I love those carrot flowers!!!

Yummy sandwich.

Usha said...

Beautiful presentation...club sandwich looks yummy :-)

Vani said...

lovely picture!

Andhra Flavors said...

ayyababoi a decoration mire chesesara!!!!!!!!
but sandwich ni dominate chesesindi mi decoration ante nammutara.