BM # 68
Day; 17
Theme : One Category – Bread Sandwiches
Sub Theme – Sandwiches with a Twist
 

Every time we have a Mega Marathon , I want to buy a book related to the theme. Even though we get practically everything online, we really do not need to buy these books, but collecting Cookery Books is my passion. So for Cooking Carnival I went around looking for a interesting book on sandwiches. Apart from our few indian authors all I could get was non veg stuff. Finally I got a book by Nita Mehta which is on Burger and Sandwiches. The book has some interesting sandwiches but I picked these Sandwich Cases from it. I made some changes to suit my taste.

 

These cases with sprouts and tamarind tasted mind blowing. In fact They reminded me of the Delhi streets where we get these spicy sprouts. And these cases , they are so versatile , just perfect for a party. They can be made in advance and different fillings could be used. Even the oil mixture can be made with different herbs. Truly a recipe worth trying.
Sandwich Cases
 
Ingredients

1 loaf

3 tbsp olive oil

1 tbsp coriander leaves, finely chopped
Pinch salt
Pinch coarsely ground pepper
 

Filling

1/4 cup pomogranate pearls
1/2 cup Moong sprouts, boiled with salt
2 tbsp Imli chutney
1 tsp lemon juice
1/2 onion, finely chopped
1/2 green chilly finely chopped
Point and coriander leaves finely chopped
Salt to taste
 

Getting the cases ready

Mix olive oil, coriander leaves, salt and pepper.
Try the crusts from bread.
Cut a bread loaf into 4″ thick slices .
I further cut it into two .
Scoop out centre from each bread, thus making it into a canapé or case.
Brush these cases with the prepared oil mixture .
Place on a baking tray, bake for 15 minutes at 180 deg , the cases should be nice and golden.
 

Filling

Mix all ingredients under filling.
 

Assembling the cases

Spoon the filling into the baked cases and serve immediately.

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Sandwich Cases

20 thoughts on “Sandwich Cases”

  1. just wow:) I liked the cute garden set up – I think you should shoot outdoors as much as u can ! this is like Kulle ki chaat na ?? great idea ! *PS : I too collect cookbooks a LOT !

  2. Wow! Vaishali, this one is absolutely stunning. And I completely agree with you on cookbooks. There is some magic in them which is irreplaceable by the virtual world

  3. Wow sandwich cases!!..didn't even know there was something like that..and you collect books on the themes..too good..I love the entire setup!..so beautifully shot!

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