As I enjoy my vacation back home, I am so glad that a few bloggers obliged to chip in and keep my blog active during my presence. One of them was Shweta, who blogs at Merry Tummy
. I don't think she needs any introduction. The straightforward person that she is, both of us don't believe in buttering each other so I will leave my introduction, nice, short and sweet, just like she did in her post! Hehe...
I was already a guest at her place
a couple of months ago and I am so glad to host her this month as my first guest for the month. Do stay tuned over the month for a couple more guest posts InShaAllah, tweaked in between with a few of my posts as well. Yes, I understand, why this compulsion? I don't know but I really don't feel like leaving my blog hungry when I enjoy myself, because this has been a part of me through a lot of my ups and downs! :)
Without much ado, let us move on and see what she has bought along with her... The title and the pictures had me drooling and craving to have them with a cup of hot chai!
Loves to cook, eat
and write. A travel freak too-these 4 things would describe me the best; rest I
am always cool and don't have a mind to mind silly things in life. My blog
Merry Tummy is my way of sharing a part of my life, kitchen and happiness with the
world. You can expect
recipes made from scratch, native, traditional, simple, fancy,
festive, elaborate or just for the everyday. Come and see for yourself :)
Finger food or nibbles always reminds me of
friendship, chats and gossips. That’s why I decided to share a sandwich recipe
for her blog.
Cheese Chilli Carrot grilled sandwiches are
cheesy, spicy and crunchy. Imagine dollops of cheese, hot green chillies and
grated crunchy bits of carrots lay between bread slices –oh yes insanely
delicious. Finally, grilled on a pan till crisp and golden on outside and
oozing melting cheese from inside –perfect.
2 slices cheeses (I
4 tablespoon grated
2 tablespoon tomato
2 pinch chaat
massala (recipe here)
ketchup on bread slices.
On two slices, put
cheese slices on each. And equally spread green chillies on each bread slice.
On the remaining
bread slice spread grated carrots and sprinkle chaat massala on it.
Heat tava/pan on
medium heat. Put 1 teaspoon of butter on the pan and roast sandwiches. When
cheese starts melting, apply the remaining butter on uncooked side and turn the
sandwiches. Roast till sandwiches are crisp and golden.
You can grill these sandwiches in griller or
sandwich maker too.
If you can’t find cheese slices, just use grated
A heartfelt thank you for gracing my space when I am not around... Hope all of you enjoyed the post as much as I have enjoyed putting it up here... :)
Labels: Guest post, Sandwiches, Vegetarian