When hunger strikes, the humble sandwich emerges as the ultimate saviour. With its endless possibilities and universal appeal, the sandwich transcends culinary boundaries. Its simplicity belies its power, offering a quick and satisfying solution to our cravings. This food’s versatility accommodates all tastes and preferences. Light on the stomach, it provides nourishment on the go, fueling busy lives, and comforting the soul.
Have you realised that most often we make sandwiches using a variety of bread.
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But, have you ever made a sandwich without using a bread? Well, don’t be surprised! There are lots of sandwiches one can make without using bread, and they are as comforting as you can imagine. Once you try this recipe, you’ll not use a bread again for the sandwiches.
Ingredients used for making ‘Bread-less Sandwich’
By substituting bread with various fresh, crisp, and nutritious options, the sandwiches cater to dietary preferences and restrictions, which makes them a versatile choice for many. Among the ingredients used for making such ‘bread-less sandwich’ are Lettuce wrap, cucumber slices, thin slices of veggies such bell peppers, zucchini, sweet potato, and portobello mushrooms. One can also make their own base like a fresh Cheela, which not only increases the taste but nutrition as well.
Here, we have made a fresh base using semolina and curd. Now, if you are wondering how to make sandwich using this fresh base, read below to find out.
Ingredients required for Sooji Cheela base
Semolina, 2 cups
Curd, 1 cup
Baking soda, 1/2 tsp
Salt as per taste
Tomato (chopped), 1
Onion (chopped), 1
Green coriander chutney, 1 tsp
Tomato sauce, 2 tsp
Oil for frying
Water as required
To prepare the base, first of all, add semolina, curd and salt in a bowl. Then, prepare a thick mixture with the help of water. During this time, make a paste by adding semolina, curd, salt and water. Keep aside for about 20 minutes.
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For the the stuffing, use any vegetables of your choice, but do use tomatoes and onions, as they increase the taste of a sandwich. Once you have chopped all the veggies, mix them all together and add seasoning of your choices like salt, black pepper, oregano, chilli flakes, etc.
Now, put a pan on gas for heating and apply a little oil on it. Once the tawa heats up, add the rested semolina batter. Keep in mind that the batter should be like Uttapam. When the batter is a little cooked, apply green chutney and tomato sauce. Then add the chopped veggies over it. Next, fold the batter and cover the sandwich. You can also cut the shape of your choice. The bread-less sandwich is ready no time. Serve it hot with your choice of dips and chutney.
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