When I was a kid,dont exactly remember my age,this appliance had come in market by name of Inframatic.It was a sandwich maker with changeable plates.I remember every house in my building had it….My mom used it to the fullest,she is still using it,even after so many years.She used to make dosas,idlis,sandwiches,omlets,chicken…….and many more things using this.One day when there was no gas cylinder at our home she astonished us by making coffee in it..
This is one of her own recipe made in Inframatic,which I have grown up eating…Today also Whenever I visit her in Goa,she makes these yummy sandwiches for me…. I just love them…
4 slices of bread.
Butter for greasing.
1 cup Boiled/steamed sweet corns.
1 cup chopped onion.
1/4 cup chopped capsicum.
1 Potato,deskinned ,boiled and mashed.
2-3 tbsp shengadana kut(raw peanuts roasted and grounded to powder)
2 cubes Chesse (grated)/cheese slices.
1 tsp soya sauce.
2 tsp red chilli sauce.
2 tbsp chopped corriander.
1/2 tsp black pepper powder.
Salt to taste.
You will require this type of sandwich maker.
Switch on the sandwich maker.Let it get preheated.
Mix all the remaining ingredients except grated cheese to form a stuffing.
Apply butter on one side of all the bread slices.
Keep one slice of bread on a plate (with buttered side facing up).
Put a big spoonful of stuffing on it,sprinkle some grated cheese or place a cheese slice, cover with another slice of bread(with buttered side facing down),gently pressing to compact.Brush the top of bread slice with butter.
Serve hot with tomato sauce and potato chips.
Tip-Any other vegetable combination can be used to make stuffing,for eg grated carrots,shredded cabbage,green peas,sauted baby corns and mushrooms,boiled egg with lettuce and mayonnise,sprouts,etc……..
This sandwich can also be made with whole wheat bread.
Happy Cooking !!!