Carrot and Cheese Sandwich


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Brown bread Carrot and Cheese Sandwich,very filling and nutritious can be had as a snack or for lunch.

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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.

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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
  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 per sandwich
EnergyProteinCarbohydrateFatVitamin ACalciumIron
220 calories. 8.6 gm 31.4 gm. 6.5 gm. 736.3 mcg 179.1 mg 2.4 mg
RECIPE SOURCE : Forever Young DietBuy this cookbook
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Foodie #564183April 10, 2012

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!

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Reviewed April 10, 2012by Foodie #564183

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!

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