Vegetable Sandwich | With Colorful Veggies.
This veggies sandwich with a beautiful and delicious filling of yellow, green, red peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers, mayo and hint of spices will make you wonder if vegetarian sandwiches can taste this good.:)
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To make this veggie sandwich, all the vegetables except cucumber are sauteed in little oil. Once the mixture cools, you add the cucumber which gives it an extra crunch. Before you are ready to make a sandwich, add mayonnaise and mix.
This recipe was given by someone I know who works at a 5-star hotel. There are a couple of things you can do to make this even better.
Spread a thin layer of butter on the bread and toast it before you add the filling. You can also add cheese slices or grated cheese to make it cheesy, like this perfect grilled cheese sandwich.
If cheesy is your thing, then also try the cheesy garlic bread.
You can use brown bread or white bread as per your liking. I usually prefer multigrain bread.
Cut the veggies Julienne, deseed the tomatoes before cutting. Transfer the vegetables, except cucumbers, to a saute pan with little oil and cook it halfway while maintaining the crunch. Season lightly with salt and pepper.
Once the mixture cools completely, add cucumber. Add mayonnaise right before making the sandwich.
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- 8 Slices Bread
- 1/2 Red bell pepper
- 1/2 green bell pepper
- 1/2 yellow bell pepper
- 1 medium tomato (Deseeded and sliced)
- 1 medium cucumber (Cut Juliane)
- 1 tablespoon oil
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon pepper powder
Cut the vegetable Julienne and keep aside. Deseed the tomatoes and cucumbers before you slice it.
Place a saute pan over medium heat and add oil. Add the veggies, except cucumber and stir until vegetables cook only halfway. Season with salt and pepper. Keep aside to cool.
Once the vegetables cool, add the cucumber and mayonnaise and mix.
Butter one side of the bread, and place it in a pan or panini maker. Add the filling. Place the other bread on top. Cut and serve.
You can also add cheese slices or grated cheese between the bread to make it cheesy.
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