Monday, September 12, 2016

Mexican Toastie


BM # 68
Day :10
Theme : One Category - Bread Sandwiches
Sub Theme -  Sandwich Platters

While making my toasties for Cooking Carnival, I made a platter  of Toasties with Left Overs , here is the first one.

One of the most common left over in our house is Raajma. Yes the same Raajma Chawal which I greedily make extra . I always enjoy eating these for the next meal too. For today I have transformed our Punjabi Raajma into a Mexican Toastie.

Kidney beans are a base of Mexican Cuisine and this Toastie is a super delicious one with all Mexican ingredients.

The left over Raajma needs to be dried a little as it has gravy, so just place the curry into a non stick pan and put them on high flame. Mash them with a potato masher and stir at regular intervals. Cook till all the gravy has been absorbed.We are now ready with our basic stuffing. Well this is something like our refried beans.



There is no recipe for this but let me tell you how I went around and what all do we need.Step by step pics shall help you to understand.

Mexican Toastie
Ingredients
Bread
Butter
Salsa
Corn
Capsicum
Raajma
Olives
Greek yogurt
Mexican seasoning

Method
Spread butter on two slices.
Spread salsa on one slice.
Place some boiled corn kernels and finely chopped capsicum.
On this place the prepared stuffing from the Raajma.
Spread some black olives and then a spoon of greek yogurt.
Sprinkle Mexican seasoning and place another slice of bread to make the sandwich.
Toast the sandwich in a toaster.
Serve with ketchup.






The other toasties in this series are -



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13 comments:

  1. This is nice twist to Indian rajama.

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  2. I am loving the mexican flavors in the toastie.

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  3. mexican flavours rock ! the sandwich is no exception !

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  4. It is a super delicious one! Has all the perfect ingredients in one :)

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  5. mmmm these are delicious sandwiches.

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  6. This looks like a delicious fusion of Indian and Mexican flavors. Looks so colorful and inviting.

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  7. Mexican flavours with rajma looks terrific and very inviting. Am loving your sandwich series immensely.

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  8. Great idea to have these flavours in a sandwich..must have been so good..

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  9. how do you come up with such fabulous recipes? I just want to eat thru the pic, that too the open sandwich picture so damn tempting!!! This is one filling meal, just a glass of juice/lassi, i m done with my lunch!!! Hats off to you vaishali!!!

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  10. wow!!!This looks amazing. Love the pics vaishali!!

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  11. huge medley of flavours going in this sandwich...lovely , the pictures are so perfect and lively

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