Cabbage and Paneer Sandwich


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Cabbage and Paneer Sandwich, although both cabbage and paneer are bland ingredients, the hints of green chillies and coriander lace it with an enticing flavour, and the overall effect is rather pleasing to the palate.

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Although both cabbage and paneer are bland ingredients, the hints of green chillies and coriander lace it with an enticing flavour, and the overall effect is rather pleasing to the palate.

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Makes 4 sandwiches
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Ingredients

8 bread slices
1 cup grated cabbage
3/4 cup crumbled paneer (cottage cheese)
2 tbsp chopped coriander (dhania)
2 tsp finely chopped green chillies
salt to taste
butter for spreading and grilling

Method
  1. Combine the cabbage, paneer, coriander, green chillies and salt in a deep bowl and mix well.
  2. Divide the filling into 4 equal portions.
  3. Place 2 bread slices on a flat, dry surface and butter them lightly.
  4. Place a portion of the prepared filling on each bread slice.
  5. Butter 2 more bread slices and place them on the filling with the buttered side facing downwards.
  6. Brush some more butter on top and grill in a greased griller for 5 to 7 minutes or till the sandwiches are brown and crisp.
  7. Repeat steps 3 to 6 to make 2 more sandwiches.
  8. Serve immediately.
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n_katiraFebruary 18, 2013

Lovely combo of cabbage and paneer. Can't go wrong and have it with whole wheat bread to make it healthier.

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Reviewed November 22, 2011by orangeanush

Used grated tofu instead of paneer and creamed coconut (coconut block) instead of butter. Added pepper, pinch of jeera seeds and garam masala to the mixture and also some grated creamed coconut and lemon juice for a bit of richness and tang. I cooked the filling for a few minutes till the cabbage had softened and the mixture was fairly dry. Then I toasted the bread separately before spreading a little creamed coconut on it and sandwiching the filling between the slices. Very tasty, healthy snack/ light meal.

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Reviewed February 18, 2013by n_katira

Lovely combo of cabbage and paneer. Can't go wrong and have it with whole wheat bread to make it healthier.

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