Curd and Paneer sandwich

Curd and Paneer sandwich

Hey guys! The recipe I am posting today has multiple forms. You can serve this sandwich as a cold sandwich or as a toasted one both ways it tastes amazing and is very very creamy in texture. This is a perfect recipe if you want to serve it for your kitty party as a finger food as a cold sandwich. I have made it three ways one in a griller, one in a griller pan and one as cold sandwich. You can make it using brown bead, white bread or any bread of choice. For this recipe you need to hang the curd in a muslin cloth for at-least 3 hours so that all the moisture is gone and the curd becomes creamy in texture. So lets get started….

Ingredients:

White bread – 10 slices

Paneer (grated) – 100 gms

Hung curd – 200 gms

Grated cheese – 1/2 cup

Grated carrot – 1/2 cup

Finely chopped capsicum – 1 medium

Finely chopped coriander leaves – 1/2 cup

Mayonnaise – 2 tbsp

Salt – 1/2 tsp

Chilli flakes – 2 tbsp

Ginger chilli paste – 1 tsp

Pizza seasoning – 1 tbsp

Butter

Method:

1) In a bowl mix together the paneer, cheese, carrot, capsicum, coriander leaves, salt, ginger chilli paste, chilli flakes, pizza seasoning, mayonnaise and mix this all together using a spatula or a spoon. Now add the hung curd and mix it using a spatula or a spoon and the filling is ready. The filling will be creamy in texture.

2) Take bead slices and apply butter on all. Take the filling in a spoon and apply it on one bread slice (apply generously as the curd on grilling tends to simmer down) and cover it with the other bread slice. At this stage you can either grill it or if you want to serve it cold then wrap it using a cling wrap and keep it in the fridge for 15 mins. Serve with ketchup, chutney or mayonnaise.

‘This blog post is part of the blog challenge ‘Blogaberry Dazzle’ hosted by Cindy D’Silva andNoor Anand Chawla.’

57 responses to “Curd and Paneer sandwich”

  1. Looks delicious. We usually make these like open sandwiches, my children used to love them when they were younger. I will try your recipe with mayo next time.

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  2. This seems like a refreshing recipe for summer. As always, I love the images and how easy you make it to create new dishes! Will def give this a whirl

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  3. I love sandwichs of all kind and flavours, and paneer and curd are my favourite so I going to try this recipe in a couple of days.
    Also I tried your previous recipe my favourite onion paper paratha, it can out well, taste was awesome. 🤠

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