Friday 11 April 2014

Quick Snack Recipe: Open Sandwich

Whenever I look through So-Saree's posts, I always feel that I am not doing enough recipe posts although I cook so much.
The major reason behind it can be that I irritate people around me when I am clicking pics of the food rather than serving it to them. And then again there's always too little time left to click pics or to garnish the dish to make it look blog worthy.
So over the past few weeks I have been making a conscious attempt at clicking pics of the recipes I stir up, as much as I can. And so here I am, with the easiest and yummiest snack recipe for you.

I have always maintained that anything I cook should not take me hours and should not compromise on taste at all.
Today's recipe passes this test and is called the Open Sandwhich. My husband prefers to call it Bread Pizza, and I don't mind it as long as he is eating it. Right?

Bread Slices (White or Brown)
Bell Pepper, Tomatoes finely diced
Sweet Corn boiled in salt water
Green Chutney
Chaat Masala
Grated Cheese

Apply green chutney on the bread slice.
Top it with the the veggies, sprinkle some chaat masala

and finally finish it off with some grated cheese.
Now on a non stick pan put some butter and place your assembled Open Sandwich on it. Cover it till the cheese melts and you are done.
 Open Sandwich is ready to be relished.
It tastes better with tomato ketchup.

This is a great snack that is tasty and easy to make. Perfect for kitty parties or if you are having friends over.
The best part is it can be customized as per your preference to make it healthier.
For example using brown bread instead of white.
Adding butter on the non stick pan makes the bread slice crisp, but if you like healthy more than crispy, give it a miss.
Same is the case with Cheese.

Hope you like this recipe and will try it soon.



  1. One of my favorite ;)

  2. My mum makes this too and just like you husband I call it bread pizza too..
    But I stress of green chutney she uses some cheese :)
    Keep in touch

  3. That looks so so so good!

  4. cool recipe Aditi!! I agree that ppl around me get irritated when i click food pics!! And I promise that I gonna be ur tour guide when u come to Delhi :D

    1. Thnks MAndira. WOW..thnk u so much, will let u know when i plan my delhi trip.

  5. Slurp! Looks delicious! Wish I could have come over and had a bite ;)

  6. wow this looks so healthy and delicious!

    Visit my blog:

  7. Yummy. I would love to have this when we meet next time :)

  8. looks really yum and easy to do! I would just double the bread and put it in the equity maker rather than switch on the gas! :D

    1. Go ahead gal..n let me know, how it turned out.

  9. Looks yum!! Must try soon!!! :)



Blog Design: Eden Technologies