Summer Meals ~ Grilled Paneer Sandwich



Today’s grilled Paneer sandwich makes for a special morning meal or brunch along with a glass of chilled juice or smoothie. Extremely flavorful and filling sandwich.

Marinate few paneer slices with 2 tbsps of green chutney, a tbsp of hung curd/yogurt, 1/4 tsp chaat masala, salt and pepper to taste for 30 mts. Grill them for 10 mts or pan roast in 2-3 tsps of oil till golden brown. Arrange lettuce leaves, onion slices, capsicum rings, tomato slices and cucumber slices on whole wheat or brown bread that is buttered on one side. Place grilled paneer, drizzle some tomato ketchup (optional) and place another slice of bread and toast both sides of bread. Serve warm.

Summer Meals ~ Grilled Paneer Sandwich

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  • Serves: 3

Main Ingredients:

  1. paneer
  2. bread

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Today’s grilled Paneer sandwich makes for a special morning meal or brunch along with a glass of chilled juice or smoothie. Extremely flavorful and filling sandwich.

Sailu

I'm a food blogger, food photographer and organic gardener based out of India. I enjoy cooking for my family using fresh produce from my vegetable garden and farmer's market. I love to try out various cuisines and perfect my cooking skills. I believe that hard work, self-discipline, and a positive attitude cannot help but reap a harvest of fantastic results. Say hello and join me on Pinterest, Google Plus, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

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15 Responses

  1. kshipra says:

    Hi sailaja, great sandwich recipe. looks yummy.

  2. Apu says:

    Perfect for a summer lunch!!

  3. harini-jaya says:

    wow!! never tried paneer in a sandwich…sounds like a gr8 idea…thx

  4. Wow Sailu. This is simply superb :)

  5. greshma says:

    It truly does look and sure tastes good too…Mayb I would alter by shredding the cubes and buttering with chutney to gril!!
    I share yr yummy recipes on FB..Way to go!

  6. Nandita says:

    Yummy!! Craving for one such sandwich now :)

  7. Looks so good! That paneer looks so crispy and delicious. Would be great in a wrap too I’m sure or straight up too!

  8. Hema says:

    Beautiful Paneer Sandwich. Picture is simply superb.

  9. Padmapriya says:

    Hi Sailu

    How did u toast the bread? Which toaster are you using? For how many minutes should I toast?

    Regards
    Padmapriya

    • Sailu says:

      I use Murphy Richards toaster to toast bread. It is automatic in the sense, once the toast is done, it pops up on its own and gives out a sound that its done. I use a sandwich griller which toasts the sandwich in less than a minute on both sides. But many a time, I drizzle some ghee or butter on a tava/hot plate and on medium flame, toast the bread for a little more than a minute on each side till it reaches golden brown color.

  10. Yaluru says:

    Hi Sailu,

    I wish you could also add the calories that each serving and the amount of serving for each recipe. This would help a lot as everyone is getting health and calorie conscious.

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