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