Numerous types of sandwiches exist. Ever heard of Rava being used in one of those ? Dishes like rava idly etc are pretty common and popular but rava in sandwich seemed like an interesting idea when my sister first described it to me.
This sandwich can be best for breakfast, early dinner, snack etc. Use hands instead of spoon to spread the mixture onto bread. It’ll stick nicely. Use less oil and fry on low flame. You can use malai (meegada) instead of heavy fresh cream. You can add your favorite veggies, they just need to be all finely chopped. Note that curd should be fresh and not sour.
- Roasted fine suji / rava / bombay rava / semolina – ten tsp (roast the suji on low flame)
- Curd – three tsp
- Fresh cream – two tsp (add more if needed)
- Finely chopped onion – six tsp
- Finely chopped capsicum – six tsp
- Finely chopped cabbage – one-fourth cup
- Grated carrot – one medium size
- Finely chopped green chili – half tsp
- Salt – to taste
- Pepper – less than one-fourth spoon
- Bread slices – five
- Oil – five tsp
Mix all the above ingredients except bread and oil in a bowl. (The mixture should not be loose or too tight)
Divide the portion into five equal parts. Take one portion in hand and apply on one bread slice.
On tawa, add little oil and toast them on both sides until golden brown. Use low flame. Ready to serve with tomato ketchup
15 to 20 mins