Sunday, November 29, 2009

Onion Mint Sandwich Recipe | Easy Sandwich Recipes

I was happily napping one fine afternoon (which is rare these days with a 5.5months old hyperactive baby :)), my tummy started kicking me. Opened the fridge no veggies except for 1 not so fresh beetroot and half a packet of bread. I remembered the left over puthina chutney which I had for idly that morning, so made this quick sandwich.

So what are u waiting veggies in stock try this sandwich with the ingredients that are sure to be in your pantry!

Onion Mint Sandwich Recipe

Prep Time10 mins 
Cooking Time: 05 mins  
Recipe CuisineIndian
Recipe TypeBreakfast



Bread slices - 4 ( I usually use wheat bread)
Urad dhal - 2 tsp
Mint (Pudhina) leaves - 3 tbsp
Finely chopped onion - 1
Salt to taste
Turmeric powder
Chilli powder - a pinch
Sambhar powder - 2 tsp (optional)
Ghee - to toast


1. In 1 tsp of oil, add urad dhal, let it temper then add mint leaves and saute well till the leaves are crushed, add few drops of water and grind it to a fine paste. keep it aside.

[Though this is not the original recipe for pudhina chutney, this goes well with sandwiches]

2. Drizzle oil, add onion, turmeric powder, chilli powder, sambhar powder and saute till the onions turn light brown.

3. Take  2 bread slices and apply the mint paste on both the slices on one side.

4. Place the onion filling in between the 2 slices and press it.

5. Toast it with ghee in a toaster or in dosa pan.

You can substitute the mint leaves with corriander leaves.....It tastes gud too! 'Just not any other dish'.

Written by: SHARMILEE J


  1. Loved this variation on mint chutney, sandwich looks very inviting...

  2. Just love this simple and droolworthy sandwich..

  3. yummy sandwich .. a perfect breakfast

  4. Wow sounds new and interesting :)

  5. Wow Sharmili!! Thats all I have to say! wow! Absolutely stunning pictures! :)

  6. Lovely one, i didn't know Sandwich can look this good till i saw these photos.

  7. All my leftover curry will end up like sandw! Looks yum!

  8. Lovely looking sandwich,gorgeous it looks!

  9. Minty toast looks extremely drool worthy....

  10. plate a apdiye pass pannu... looks so good :)

  11. very innovative recipe.....I am just drooling over it :)

  12. Yummy sandwich, looks delicious. Nice click.

  13. Perfect color on the sandwiches - adding sambar powder is a nice twist.

  14. Indianishly yummy!! Bookmarked! :)

  15. simple and yumm..thanks for this wonderful BF idea :-)

  16. Tried this recipe. It was good. Thanks Sharmi.


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