Monday, September 12, 2016

Sandwiches with Leftovers


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




We begin with a fresh week of Cooking Carnival and for this week my main category remains Sandwiches but my sub theme changes to Sandwich Platters.Here I shall be making platters  which would have either two or three variations of sandwiches or  multiple posts related to the sandwiches.

Many a times we have left over curries or dry sautes and no one is interested in repeating them. In such cases it is best to change their form and consume them. I like to finish off these leftovers as early as possible, though one can always freeze them. The climate here in India is not very favorable for freezing and more over we have lot of power cuts as a result so many times the frozen stuff has to be thrown or consumed at a time when one really doesn't want to. What ever left overs we have are finished before lunch. Toasties is one of my favorite breakfast so I dry up the curry add some seasonings and just make a delicious stuffing for my toasties.
For today I shall share toasties from three left overs.



It was interesting creating this platter where I have made fresh Pav Bhaji and fresh Scrambled Paneer, though Raajma was a left over. Obviously I could not have three left overs !



The three Toasties that I made for this platter are -

I shall creating different posts for different toasties. Enjoy these fusion toasties, which will be done without much fuss.


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16 comments:

  1. Lovely platter of sandwiches. I do the same with leftover curries. Though I end up eating most of them.

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  2. That is such a nice way of using up left overs. Love all the three variations..

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  3. Wonderful idea to use all the leftovers in sandwiches.I love adding my aloo gobi leftover in sandwiches.

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  4. I do the same with leftover sabjis :) Lovely platter.

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  5. Great idea. Love all the three sandwiches. Thanks for sharing Vaishali.

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  6. Wat a brilliant idea to finish all those leftovers, this version of sandwich makes me drool. Tempting to the core.

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  7. I use leftovers generally in ticks / cutlets altho I suspect my kids know the trick by now and sometimes refuse to eat them ! as for sandwiches go, I can never use leftovers in them - these kids like the classic ones with raw veggie / cheese / chutney ones :)

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  8. Bread is a perfect vehicle to use up the leftovers. You have done a lovely platter of sandwiches here.

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  9. Love the platter Vaishali. Off to check the individual ones right now.

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  10. Leftovers can make such a wonderful sandwich. Loved the tomato flower by the side!

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  11. Such a delicious and filling sandwiches.

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  12. What a delightful way to use up the leftovers! Love the cute tomato art on the plate

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  13. You really have come up with such fantastic idea to recyle all the leftovers, thats really cool!

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  14. Yumm platter vaishali!! i do this often, sometimes use roti instead of bread, sometimes they taste better than the day made :)!!

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  15. Great iddeea to use leftovers. love your sandwich series

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  16. exciting ways to reuse the leftovers

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