Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Scrambled Cottage Cheese Sandwich


We are in the fifth week of Blog hop Wednesday, enjoying the ride. This week I have cooked from Ramya's Recipe, the ever so popular Paneer Burji. I used the same ingredients just slathered the bread with mint  chutney and it was a perfect breakfast.Check out the ingredients.

Paneer-1 cup
Oil-1 tbsp
Jeera-1/2 tsp
Onion-1
Ginger paste-1 tsp
Turmeric-a pinch
Chilly powder-3/4-1tsp
Tomato-1
Salt-to taste
Garam masala-1/2 tsp
Coriander Leaves -For garnish
Bread slices

Mint chutney

Mint leaves- 1 cup
Coriander leaves-1 cup
Green Chilly-1
A small piece of ginger
Sugar- a pinch
Salt according to taste
Lemon juice- 1 tsp

Grind all these ingredients for an aromatic chutney. Spread this on the sandwich and top with filling of choice.

Method-Soak the paneer cubes in hot water for ten minutes. This will make it soft. Take a pan, add oil,and then the jeera, let it splutter.Add in the onions wait till it turns transparent.Next to go is the ginger paste. I have omitted garlic paste.Now add the spice powders turmeric and chilly powder and salt. Add tomato and saute it well. Now crumble the paneer with your fingers Finally add garam masala powder and cook well for five minutes. Add corainder leaves for garnish. use this as a filling for breads and rotis.

This dish is so versatile. You can try your own combinations, in the evening I cut up a raw onion finely and added chat masala to further perk this recipe up.This dish is so easy make and tastes so good. You can have it for breakfast as an evening snack or pack it up for a picnic.


28 comments:

  1. Sandwich stuffed with paneer bhurji sounds too good..looks so colourful.

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  2. You've made one of my favorite grab and go sandwich dear. I usually have paneer burji with phulka. Love it :)

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  3. Healthy and yummy sandwich, nice lunch box treat.

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  4. Wow, I love this kind of sanwich - I try to make it with ricotta cheese, when I either am out of paneer or too lazy to make my own - Looks delicious, Kamakshi :)

    Cheers, Priya
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  5. perfect breakfast platter shalini- looks yum !

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  6. my fav filling for sandwich. nicey done

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  7. thanks for trying this..one of my fave sandwich fillinf :-)

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  8. thanks for trying this...one of my fave sandwich filling

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  9. Simply perfect for a breakfast, lunch and dinner all :)

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  10. lovely snack ! i love panner n bread combo .. so am gonna make this right away !

    Cheers
    Kalyani

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  11. Looks yummy.. Adding onions and chat powder is a great idea to make it super delicious :)

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  12. Looks yummy... You are right, adding onions and chat poweder is a good idea to make it extra delicious :)

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  13. That's a lovely combo and totally filling.

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  14. Full of all the yum ingredients, delish sandwich!
    USMasala

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  15. Hy shalini,
    thanks for stopping by..
    btw..I'll use to apply oil in my hands while chopping the pirandai stem, this helps a lot from itching..do try next time..:)
    have a great day..
    Tasty Appetite

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  16. My all time favorite lunch item :)

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  17. This is my everyday evening snacks and haven't tried at home. Lovely...

    Cheers,
    Uma
    My Kitchen Experiments

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  18. Nice open sandwich with paneer,loved a lot!

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  19. Lovely recipe. Feel like having it with a nice hot cup of tea!

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