Everyone loves sandwiches! Easy to put together, can be so versatile and for me personally works for any meal of the day. This Hung Curd Sandwich is the favourite at home because it covers the taste and health in equal parts.
I first discovered this version of Hung Curd Sandwich many years, curious how and where?
I love sandwiches because of the very fact that you can make a sandwich as healthy or as sinful as you want. Also, you can eat them at any time of the day. Be it breakfast, snacks, dinner or pack them in the lunch back. Isn’t that versatile?
I am eating a lot of sandwiches for breakfast these days. However, I find very few recipes that suit my requirements these days viz. no cheese, no butter, no potatoes but still tasty! A lot of surfing, a little bit from this recipe, a little bit from that, and I have discovered my own set of such healthy and low-calorie sandwich recipes. I used to love mayo-based sandwiches but since I can’t have that now, I found this Hung Curd Sandwich to be a great healthy alternative.
Personally, I think that curd is the best way to have milk-based products. Extremely healthy, the maximum amount of calcium, and great bacteria for the stomach. However, O hates yoghurt! Detests it in fact, so I am always finding ways to sneak it in other forms. And this sandwich is what goes in the most easily.
Over the years, this has become such a family favourite that I always have some hung curd in the fridge to whip this up on a moment’s notice.
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- 4 bread slices whole wheat/multi grain
- 1 cup curd
- 1 onion chopped
- 1 carrot grated
- 1/2 cup cabbage grated
- 1/2 tsp red chilli flakes
- 1/2 tsp black pepper
- pinch cinnamon powder
- 2 tsp coriander leaves
- To make Hung Curd sandwiches, mix all the filling ingredients
- Spread it evenly on one slice of bread and cover with another.
- Grill them in a sandwich maker or roast them on a hot tava using a bit of oil/butter
Crafty Shines says
tera karooo gin gin gin intezaaar!
aaja piya aayi bahar!!!!!!!
Crafty Shines says
this is just perfect!!!
btw!!!!! what is all this food pics doing the rounds on blogs!!!
go see tara’s blog….. there was a flood in my office due to me drooling! 😆
the peas n tomato grill is really nice!!! i will definitely try it monu! i am SOOPER partial to grilled sandwiches! Veg cheese grilled is my ultimate fav!!! even more than chaat! 😀
the curd based spread sandwich!!!!!!!!!! monu! u solved an issue here! i swear! i can’t keep myself from mayo, but i do love curds, so i am hoping i will like this substitution!! 😀 😀 😀
it sure loooks yum!!! but will have to be eaten as soon as prepared na? or it will be soggy! i think this is what i’ll make for breakfast sun morn!! 😀 😀
<em> I think that curd is the best way to have milk based products. Extremely healthy, maximum amount of calcium and great bacteria for the stomach.. </em>
i agree! 😀 i love it!
ok.. enjoy the short glory… be ready for next time 🙂
Good one… Will try this out over the weekend. some information on how many calories it will add would be a good piece of info too 🙂
Goofy Mumma says
Yummy Mon. I am definitely trying these out. The look really really delicious.
seriously what is happening… Shilpa.. Tara… Monu… !!!!!!!!
you all make me so so so so so hungry…
Does the Dahi wala sandwich really taste great ???
i love sandwiches… probably second only to pizza’s…
and i religiously use your recipe’s…. !!
tell me GURU !!
people its a weekly feature for me dont blame me 😀
I survived on sandwiches for 4 days..now you know why 😛
But these are great ideas. I made corn-cheese, onion-capsicum-tomato-cheese and paneer-tomato 😛
Indian Homemaker says
I too am a sandwich person 🙂 Loved the dahi wala sandwich! I agree curd is the best way to have milk, and all the reasons for it!! I am trying this one tomorrow!! You have explained it well Monika !
Indian Homemaker says
Loved the first sandwich too (yes I read the second recipe first:) )… I love loads of greens and fresh veggies.
I love this! We should have food pics everyday so that Hitchu gets troubled 😀
They look and sound yumm Monu. I am going to try the dahi wala! Have you tried onion, tomato, cucumber slices with lots of green chutney?
I looovvvvvveeeeeeeee sandwiches! i can eat them any time! mostly coz they r soooo easy to make! and hey mom makes the dahi wala sandwich too 🙂
Parul Jain says
Wow, Monika !! Even I love sandwiches. And these are great for my son’s lunch box too . I’ll definitely give it a try with him over the weekend.
Hurricane C says
Dahiwala s/w looks good. I also like grated carrots/thinly sliced cucumbers with cream cheese(low fat hi sahi) and some chaat masala. Yum!
These curd sandwiches are the favourites of my whole family:)
I’l try out the first one sometime soon…can’t have the second one cuz I’m allergic to curd, which means no mishti doi for this Bong either 🙁
i like ur matar-tamator sandwich.. my mom used to make that dahi wala sandwich long, long back..its been ages since we had them… thanks for refreshing my memory!:D
Yum! But I wanna hv them now 😛 Pls pass on na Monu 😉
all women have gone crazy now, they’re preparing food only to click it and post it here…
In all this, the husbands are having a blast!!!
wish our wive’s were into blogging huh Rakesh what say ?
You know now, how much I like sandwiches!! 😀
BUT, I do love a sinful cheese sandwich! A peanut butter sandwich is my all-time fave.
I will try the green peas wala sandwich.
But, the dahi one? Is it that good? I mean as yummy as your pic?!! 😀
Will try ’em out for sure.
he he… Agree!
Dahi sandwich??? Errr …
are try its very nice
he he me too
I also like cheesy sandwiches but these because of diet I cant eat them… so inventing 😀
haan try it was mooost delicious atleast me and everyone here liked it
But I know what u mean, I was also surprised when I first read of it… but was most delicious
he he come over dearie 😀
thanks my dear 😀
now that is sad… a bong and no mishti… never mind pass all of it here
I love mishti
wow!! I didnt know so many people make it… I discovered it on a site on day
thanks and welcome here
I like the grated carrots one I used to have it with cheese spread before and know I have it with green chutney… try adding some onions too that
oh yes glad u liked them
and welcome here
yes I hear u there… mostly they are very easy to make 😀
oh yes shilps they are my regular ones… just love them
he he me too… green veggies are fav with me too
thanks IHM so did u like it?
he he yes yes we know… so has the gas arrived
he he GURU monika is happy!!!
oh yes try it hitchy its yummy
LOL u guys are too much
thats a good idea Mohan… let me see if I can do that next time
here u will find it every friday… check my friday feast page
oh yes shilps I agree.. lets torture the men 😀
u missed it the next time too mohan
ek do teen
ek ek ek
yes yes I saw and drooled what gulab jamuns yaar 🙁
yes me loves grilled sandwiches too
and tell me how u like then haan
You have given me two great ideas for packing lunch !!! Cheers !!!
It looks super yummy – let me try it and see.
Are u on a diet or what ???
yum yum yum!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🙂
even me loove sandwiches and wanna keep trying all this stuff! will try your recipes soooon!
he he try and let me know how it was 😀
ya i am on a diet and fitness program, trying to lose weight
read my post with Weight loss tag
let me know if u like them 😀
Just call me A says
Monix…you have sooo many new post up…i was alway only for the weekend. the sandwich looks yummy……………..
I tried the curd-cabbage-carrot in hot dog bun. Removed onions and added olives(both green n black), pickled baby cucumber and lil bit of dried apricot and cheese. It was superb. No less than a subway sandwich.
thanks monu 🙂 for the simple yet innovative changes..
wow I am glad u liked it!!!
i use olives too at times and also jalapenos…. apricot and cheese sound like a good idea… let me try it in N’s
hey, i tried out the dahi sandwich and everyone in the family liked it quite a bit. thanks for the recipe! 🙂
i never knew dahi could be used in sandwiches before this! 🙂