Friday, September 16, 2016

Lily Sandwiches


BM # 68
Day :14
Theme : One Category - Bread Sandwiches
Sub Theme - Sandwich Platters

The last in this series are the Lily Sandwiches. When I saw these on Google, I wanted to make them right away, they looked so pretty. When I made these I was not as happy with my final sandwiches. They looked average. Well, I must admit that the taste of these sandwiches was absolutely fantastic. These sandwiches would adorn any party.

I added carrots to the Greek yogurt and made a delicious spread. The bread for these sandwiches has to be cut with a round cookie cutter. Then it has to be rolled thin.after spreading the spread one needs to shape the sandwich. Spring onion has been used for the stem and capsicum strips for the stamen.


Carrot Spread
Ingredients
1 carrot, grated
1 cup greek yogurt
1tsp garlic paste
1 tbsp walnuts, ground
2 tbsp cheese, grated
Salt to taste

Method
Mix all ingredients and make the spread.







Lily Sandwiches
Ingredients
Bread
Butter
Carrot Spread
Greens from spring onions
Red capsicum strips
Method
Using a round cookie cutter, cut the bread slices.
With the help of a rolling pin, roll the round slice to 1/8 " thickness
Apply butter and then the spread.
Roll the bottom of the round over and pinch to seal.
Place the capsicum strip in the centre, pushing it a little to resemble a stamen.
Stick the spring onion greens at the pinched end to resemble the stalk.
Similarly make the rest of Lily's.





Lily Sandwiches
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9 comments:

  1. Viashali, you are being a bit harsh on yourself. You beautifully shaped the lily. I like the carrots and walnuts in the dip. Overall, it is a stunning platter of floral sandwiches

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  2. Loved the shape there ! Good job on the floral sandwiches , esp the 3-tier structure like a sandwich stand !

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  3. Love the sandwich I think what I was to say here that these are beautiful and my limit etc. went in your main post. (teach me not to open too many post but net is slow.) Anyway you will definitely find a way to get around what you see as lack of neatness.

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  4. Love the spread...walnuts and carrots! Yumm

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  5. Superb shape and you have so much patience to make it so nice!..

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  6. You are so creative and innovative. Looks lovely

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  7. for ur standards maybe, from my point of view, they look much above average...beautiful as always

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  8. Lip-smacking dip,love the addition of walnuts, my god, hats off to your creativity vaishali!!!

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