A sandwich is adored by everyone, regardless of gender. Anywhere in the world you go; One of the most common snacks sold on the street to the most avant-garde eateries one could ever imagine is a sandwich. The popularity is such. Since making a sandwich is simple, it’s quick to grab and go!
You can stuff a plethora of edible items into a variety of breads to create the most delectable sandwiches. Each cuisine has its own version, all of which are equally delicious. A sandwich is always a good choice, isn’t it? Sandwiches, whether grilled, toasted, plain, or cold, are excellent in every way.
The sandwich is one dish that has devoted fans all over the world. Although there are others, this adaptable snack comes out on top. An average person consumes over 18000 sandwiches in their lifetime, according to research! Why not, too? A sandwich’s many layers are nothing more than layers of love!
Similar to this Yogurt Sandwich, which I like to refer to as either a raita sandwich or the Curd Sandwich. Because the curd-based filling in this Dahi Sandwich resembles a vegetable raita in many ways. For hungry children and adults alike, it is a snack/brunch option that is easy to prepare, reassuring, and free of mess.
- 400 g curd/yogurt
- ¼ cup Green bell pepper/capsicum
- ¼ cup tomato chopped
- teaspoon ½pepper powder
- Salt to taste
- 1 green chilli chopped
- 1 leaves Tbsp Mint chopped
- ¼ teaspoon red chilli powder
- 8 Bread slice
- 2 Tbsp Butter
- Strain the water from the curd by placing it on a strainer over a bowl or hanging the curd in a muslin cloth.
- In a mixing bowl take this thick hung curd.
- Add chopped capsicum, tomatoes and green chilli.
- Season the mix with salt, red chilli and pepper.
- Give everything a good mix a good mix and keep the curd and vegetable sandwich spread aside.
- For making a sandwich take a bread slice, spread 2 spoons of curd sandwich spread over it.
- Cover it with another bread slice and trim off the hard edges of the bread and cut it into two slices.
- Spread some butter on the grill or griddle and when it starts to melt place the sandwich over the griddle and toast till golden brown.
- Turn it over and cook the other side as well.
- Cook all the sandwiches like this and enjoy the crisp curd sandwich with green chutney or tomato ketchup.
- Store your hung curd in the fridge for some time before use.
- You can store the sandwich filling in your refrigerator and use it later.
- You can add any seasonal vegetables and prepare your version of this sandwich.