Saturday, 4 August 2012


Sandwich for Breakfast on Rakhi
Hi Friends, 
I know when it comes to festivals, we are suppose to cook something traditional, but as you can see in my earlier post that i was not well and done only 50% of what i had planned. So this time spare me please. I planned to make PAO BHAJI on the occasion of Rakhi, but due to circumstances i was not able to do that. So potato i boiled to make pao bhaji turned into sandwich which was the quickest way to prepare breakfast as everybody was waiting for it.
You can see my son's favourite spider man and bat ball Rakhi on his hand. Coincidentally My Nephew's Birthday was on the same day of  Rakhi, So my sister brought a cake for him and when it comes to cut the cake suddenly all kids holded knife together to cut the cake and i captured that gorgeous moment. These are golden Moments. HAPPY BIRTHDAY RISHI. May GOD bless all of you.
Many years ago we use to celebrate Rakhi like this, roaming around, shouting, fighting for Rakhis and gifts. Time has passed and memories are tied in our hearts tightly and suddenly starts loosen up when we see our kids doing the same.

Bread                - 12 piece
Potato               - 4-5 medium
Onion                - 2 medium
Tomato Puree   - 2-3 tbsp
Coriander Pdr   - 1 tsp
Chat Masala     - 1 tsp
Chilly Pdr         - 1 tsp
Salt                   - 1 tsp

Prepare your ingredients
Boil Potato and Cut your onion in small size

Mix potato and onion in a bowl

Add all spices

Add tomato puree

Mix Well

Now take 2 slices of bread and spread oil or butter on it

Spread tomato onion mix on one 

Cover it with another piece

Now Prepare all and grill or bake in sandwich maker 



Sending to Pari's preschooler snacks, brain child of Nithu's Kitchen 

Let's Cook

  1. I used white bread, you can use brown or multi grain bread.
  2. Add spices as per your choice.
  3. I have used tomato puree and skipped tomato, you can use tomatoes and skip puree.




  1. I love these sandwiches..looks tasty
    thank you for sending it to my event.

  2. Super delicious sandwich, happy belated Raksha Bhandan.

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