Carrot and Cheese Sandwich

Carrot and Cheese Sandwich

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Munch on this innovative and nutritious vitamin a, protein, calcium and iron rich recipe. Paneer and cheese if consumed in moderate amount can do wonders for your bone, whereas carrot – excellent source of vitamin a helps to improve our immunity levels.

Carrot and Cheese Sandwich recipe - How to make Carrot and Cheese Sandwich

Preparation Time:    Cooking Time:    Total Time:     Makes 2 sandwiches
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Ingredients

4 toasted whole wheat bread slices
2 tsp melted butter

To Be Mixed Together For The Filling
3/4 cup grated carrot
3 tbsp mozzarella cheese
3 tbsp grated paneer (cottage cheese)
1 tsp chopped green chillies
a pinch of mustard (rai / sarson) powder
1 tbsp milk
salt to taste

Method
    Method
  1. Divide the filling into 2 equal portions and keep aside.
  2. Place 2 bread slices on a clean, dry surface and apply ½ tsp of butter on each bread slice.
  3. Put 1 portion of the prepared filling in the centre of 1 buttered bread slice and spread it evenly using a back of a spoon.
  4. Cover with another buttered bread side facing downwards. Cut the sandwich into 2 triangles.
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to make 1 more sandwich
  6. Serve immediately.
Nutrient values (Abbrv) per sandwiche
Energy210 cal
Protein8.2 g
Carbohydrates24.8 g
Fiber1.9 g
Fat8.5 g
Cholesterol12.8 mg
Sodium152.1 mg
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Reviews

Carrot and Cheese Sandwich
 on 18 Jul 17 04:19 PM
5

Yes, I love cheese and all cheese recipes. i tried your tried your recipe and it was delicious.. but i liked it much more better when i used cheese slice and mozzarella cheese mixed together .. i used go cheese.. https://awesomedairy.com/product/go-cheese-slice-100g/
Tarla Dalal
18 Jul 17 04:52 PM
   Hi, Thank you for your kind words. Do try more and more recipes and let us know how you enjoyed them. Happy Cooking !!
Carrot and Cheese Sandwich
 on 10 Apr 12 07:54 PM
4

I am vegetarian (e.g., not vegan) so this looked acceptable to me. I am interested in Indian cuisine (flavors, textures, spices) and this hardly seemed "authentic', but it was pretty easy. I don't believe it took the advertised fifteen minutes, either. I made the designated two sandwiches, but my wife took one bite and rejected hers - so I ate that and refrigerated the other in a freezer bag (I found the mix to be pretty nice). Surprisingly (since I usually don't like sandwiches-made-with-bread stored in the refrigerator overnight) the texture and flavor of the mix were enhanced the next day!