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Cooking Potato-Onion Sandwich using Rice Bran Oil

Monday, March 11, 2013 27 Comments

“Calvin: Why are you crying mom?

Mom: I'm cutting up an onion.

Calvin: It must be hard to cook if you anthrpomorphisize your vegetables.” 

Well, that was Calvin and his anthropomorphic philosophy. Off course there is life in food and so it sustains our lives. Notwithstanding further Gyan on food and life, here's presenting an easy to cook, regular to have and popular among all recipe that you can cook with your Rice Bran oil. Yes, you read it right- Rice Bran Oil. I am sure even Calvin will like it and share it with Hobbs.

Tawa pressed Potato Onion Sandwich
A staple at my home and am sure at a lot of homes too. Easy to make, quite popular with people of different ages, very Maneuverable (you can change the filling basis your choice/comfort), this dish is one that has helped me won my fiance' heart too :)

Ingredients
  • Chopped Onions, tomatoes, Garlic, Green chilies (1 each)
  • Para-boiled Potatoes, peeled & diced (2)
  • Bread (White/Brown)
  • Spices like- Turmeric, Coriander powder, Jeera & Salt (as per taste)
  • Cooking Oil (Fortune rice Bran) 2 Tbsp
To Garnish
  • Green Coriander Chutney
  • Roasted Sesame seeds (optional)

Serving : 2

Method
  1. Keep a clean, dried wok on cooking stove, pour in 2 tbsp of Rice Bran oil and allow it to heat.
  2. Add Jeera and allow it to splutter
  3. Add Chopped Onions, Green chilies and Garlic and stir with a flat ladle 
  4. Once the onion turned a little gold, add diced tomatoes, potatoes to wok
  5. Add all the spices and mix it well. 
  6. Cook the stuffing for 5-8 minutes till it turns soft. Pour a little water if required to accelerate cooking & assimilate the mix. Our Stuffing is ready.
  7. Take a fresh bread & spread the stuffing on it and layer it with another plain bread
  8. Take a flat tawa on stove & grease it a bit with half teaspoon of butter (Surprisingly Optional as I cook without any etc greasing)
  9. Toast the bread till it turns a bit brown. You can alternatively, toast it inside a sandwich maker.
  10. Your sandwich is ready to eat. Take it out on a plate and using a knife cut it diagonally in two pieces. Repeat the process for all other pieces you intend to make
  11. Garnish with Sesame seeds and serve with green coriander chutney or tomato ketchup & serve.

As I mentioned earlier, you can mix and match the stuffing to suit your palate. Rice is compatible with many vegetables and even fruits in India which add to it's advantage.

Do try this and share your feedback.

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This post is a part of Healthy & Tasty Recipe Contest with Fortune Rice Bran Health Oil & BlogAdda.com

The autor is half Human, half machine. Go Figure or just revel in what I write

27 comments:

  1. Ah! Loved the 'illustration' of stages of cooking just as much as the recipe itself!
    All the best for the contest!!

    Arvind Passey
    www.passey.info

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    1. Thanks soooo much! :) And I thought people will find it ugly! :)

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  2. loved the chart at the end :) Sandwitch seems tasty. All the best :)

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    1. Thanks Saurabh. Sandwich is definitely tasty...do try!

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  3. Hi Ekta! I came here from Imaginary Garden with Real Toads. I think you mistakenly posted this link instead of a poem? Just thought I'd let you know :)

    All the best for the contest!

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    1. Really? I didn't know that we have to post poems only...will do the needful. Thanks!

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  4. Lovely Ekta . I love sandwiches . Will try it out ....

    Travel India

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    1. That would be great. Do try and share your feedback!

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  5. The sandwich sounds really yummy! And love those 'Stages of Cooking' Chart :)

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    1. Thanks sooo much Priya! Glad that you liked it! :)

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  6. Yum...yes, all the best!

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  7. I liked the chart at the end, now I'm a bit hungry. LOL

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    1. Haha..u got hungry seeing a chart! Amusing..lolz. Thanks for liking n being here :)

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  8. That sounds like an interesting dish --- worth trying out, at least! ~andy

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    1. Cool...do let know of the result!

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  9. Mouthwatering dish..... Best wishes for the contest......

    Debnature
    Kenfolios

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  10. nice way you submitted the picture.
    healthy sandwich

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    1. Thanks Jaleela Banu. Try and share if u liked the recipe.

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  11. Ab iska real life mein demo karke bataiye! So that we can all have a taste!

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    1. Sure! My kitchen or your kitchen? :)

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  12. seems yummy, loved the presentation as much as the recipe itself.

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  13. hi,you have given me idea of using rice bran oil...sandwich must be tasty.

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