Friday, September 23, 2016

Fried Vermicelli Sandwich


BM # 68
Day : 20
Theme : One Category - Bread Sandwiches
Sub Theme - Sandwiches with a Twist

When I decided on making Sandwiches for Cooking Carnival, I wanted to document some family favorite sandwiches. When I say family favorite, I mean favorite recipes of all different members.This particular sandwich recipe was given to me by DIL. We made this sandwich for the first time and everyone at home loved it. Yes it was fried, yet everyone enjoyed it. In fact the first two sandwiches disappeared in seconds. I served the sandwich with a salad and watermelon juice. This is a snack but we had it for our lunch . One can make a mini version of these sandwiches too, they would be perfect to serve kids.

So here is another Sandwich with a Twist on the 20th day of Cooking Carnival.


Fried vermicelli sandwich
Ingredients
2 slices bread
1 tbsp green chutney
1 tbsp tomato ketchup
1/4 cup potato mix
2 tbsp lentil mix
2 tbsp corn flour
1/2 cup vermicelli
Oil to fry

Method
Using a round jar lid cut the bread slices.
Apply green chutney on one slice and ketchup on the other slice.
Make a round Patty with the potato mix, just the size of the round bread slice.
Make a hole in the Patty, just like one makes in a donut.
Place the patty on the ketchup layered slice.
Fill the gap with the lentil mix.
Top with the chutney layered slice. Chutney side down.
Make a thin paste of cornflour and water.
Spread the vermicelli on a plate.
Heat oil.
Now dip the prepared sandwich in the cornflour mix , coat with the vermicelli and slide in the hot oil.
Deep fry the sandwich to a golden.
Serve hot.

Potato mix
Ingredients
1/2 cup boiled, mashed potato
1 green chilly, finely chopped
Coriander leaves
Mint leaves
Few drops lemon juice
Salt to taste

Method
Mix all ingredients .

Lentil Mix
Ingredients
2 tbsp Moong, boiled
Pinch red chilly powder
Pinch dry mango powder
Coriander leaves
Salt to taste

Method
Mix all ingredients.











The sandwich has a medley of flavors, its spicy, slightly sweet and very very crunchy ! Along with a salad and some juice it makes a fantastic meal.


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19 comments:

  1. Those are some impressive buns, Vaishali. They make a yummy snack on their own.

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  2. Wow, Tahoe sandwiches look so fancy and must have tasted amazing! No wonder the first two disappeared in seconds.

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  3. Very sinful sandwiches, Vaishali. They look like some artwork!

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  4. Super innovative sandwiches Vaishali. They look amazing..

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  5. I remember commenting on this post last night. Hope it for polished. Anyway, vermicelli must have given a nice crunch to this fried sandwich.

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  6. Dont torture us like this, this fried vermicelli sandwich looks absolutely irresistible and very crispy, i want to finish that plate rite now.

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  7. Iam in love with all your innovative Sandwiches dear..think your ideas are endless.

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  8. Kidhar se yeh sab varieties leke aate hain ! Great MIL - DIL pair ! Nice twist to the sandwich - my fav part : the moong sprouts :-))

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  9. indeed medley of flavors...looks beautiful...u have really got some great ideas here

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  10. wow amazing.. I second kalyani.. Great MIL-DIL pair.. that presentation looks like a birds nest.. wonderful deco.

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  11. Wow!!such a innovative sandwich,i am drooling over the pictures.

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  12. Wow, what a crispy, crunchy and delicious looking sandwich.

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  13. Fried sandwiches look so good! Perfectly made and so well presented!

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  14. My Bookmarks are increasing cause of all your yummy sandwiches. Sandwich with vermicelli looks awesome

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  15. I never thought I would see vermicelli and sandwich in the same sentence. What an innovative twist!

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  16. OMG that's simply stunning...really love this idea..and so sinful too..I loved your plating..so beautifully done with those carrot flowers!

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  17. Till now it was the saas now the bahu too. Great sandwich ladies. Love it absolutely.

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  18. This goes straight into my bookmarks. What a lovely idea

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  19. WHat an innovative recipe! SImply love the different texture in this sandwich.

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