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  •  January 12, 2014

We agree with the term that men are great cooks. And with the launch of Jaipur Women Blog we haven’t forgotten them! Here is an easy recipe by Mrs. Sushma KK especially for them which they can cook with much ease and no complication et al. So tonight, let your husband wear the Chef’s cap and cook you a romantic breakfast!

1. Tricolour Sandwich
Ingredients: for 5/30 min
1 loaf sliced sandwich bread
300 g paneer
200 g cucumber
200 g tomatoes
100 g butter
1 small cup tomato sauce
1 small cup green chutney
1 tsp dry mint powder
to taste salt and pepper
to garnish:
onion, cabbage

Method: Cut the bread slices into rounds with any round cutter or steel cup. Add . teaspoon each of salt and pepper to the butter and beat it. Grate the cucumber. Cut paneer into thin slices or grate it. Finely chop tomatoes. Four slices of bread form a sandwich. Butter one slice of bread on one side and the other three slices on both sides. Spread green chutney on one of these three slices and some grated cucumber (after squeezing it) on top. Sprinkle salt and pepper on it. Place another slice on it, put the paneer slices and sprinkle mint, salt and pepper on it. Place the third slice over it. Apply tomato sauce and put the tomato pieces on top. Sprinkle salt and pepper on this. Finally, place one side buttered slice on it and press it lightly. Similarly prepare all sandwiches and wrap them in a moist cloth. Keep them pressed under a heavy article. Cut thin rings of onion and chop the cabbage finely. Place the tricolour sandwiches on a plate, garnish with onion rings and cabbage.

Patriotic Sandwiches
2. Sweet Dreams Sandwich
Ingredients: for 5/25 min
8 slices sandwich bread
500 g mixed fruits (banana,
chikoo, grapes, etc.)
2 cups malai
2 cups milk
10-12 strands saffron
1 powdered green cardamom
to taste sugar

Method: Cut bread slices with a round cutter or a steel cup. Soak saffron in one tablespoon milk. Dice bananas and chikoos into small pieces. Clean the grapes. Thicken the milk, add sugar to it. After it cools, add malai and mix well. Add chopped fruits, saffron and cardamom powder. Spread the sweet malai-fruit on each slice of bread and serve.

We hope you have found them easy and don’t worry the husband is going to find it effortless as well! Let us know how his experiment tasted. All the best!

By Sushma K.K.
Culinary Writer

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