Coleslaw Bites

BM # 54  Week 4   Day 2

I am a hard core fan of bread and love it in any form. I love sandwiches and try to make them in different variations. These coleslaw sandwiches have been a great hit with my guests, and if you cut them further they become bites. They look colorful and taste delicious plus are healthy. Of course you could substitute white bread with brown. For a more dramatic affair. Use both the breads, brown and white.



Coleslaw bites
To make 1 sandwich
or
12 Pieces of Bites


Ingredients
2 slices jumbo bread

For Spread
1 cup curd
2 tbsp cheese, grated
2 tbsp cucumber, grated
2 tbsp cabbage, grated
1 tbsp carrot, grated
1 green chilly, pastes
1/4 tsp oregano
1/8 tsp chilly flakes
1 tsp coriander leaves
Salt to taste
Pepper

To make hung curd
Take a muslin cloth, place it on a bowl, put the curd in this cloth.
Picking the corners, tie the muslin cloth lightly and hang it in a corner with a bowl underneath for collecting the drained water.
Leave it for 2 -3 hours.

To make spread
Apply salt to cabbage, cucumber and carrot.
Leave for 5 minutes, squeeze out the excess water.
Take a bowl , add the hung curd, prepared vegetables and rest of the ingredients.
Mix well.
This is our spread.

To make sandwich
Remove the crust from the bread.
Apply butter.
Apply the spread, lavishly.
Cover with another buttered slice.
Cut into bite sized pieces.
Serve with mint dip or ketchup.


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