Monday, December 13, 2010

Soji Malai Toast

Sandwich is our all time favorite menu for weekend supper. Ranging from conventional alu-mutter to experimental corn and spinach to American sub style sandwich, we try everything. I have always liked open-sandwich, especially after finding it in weight loss diet menu :). I have very fond memories with my sis-in-law for this sandwich. We would love this as a perfect evening snack. Well, here we hardly have a chance for evening snack so along with soup and salad I converted it into dinner menu.

Makes 10 slices
Preparation Time: 25-30 Minute
Cooking Time: 30 Minute

10 slices of white bread
1.5 cup coarse soji
4 tbsp cream cheese, softened at room temperature
1 medium tomato
1 medium onion
1 tsp chopped green chili
¼ cup chopped spinach (out 15-20 leaves) **
Salt and Pepper
Oil for frying

** Spinach is optional. You can also use green and/or red peppers

1. Dry roast soji on low flame until it starts turning pink-brown
2. Finely chop all veggies
3. In a mixing bowl, mix soji, veggies and cream cheese
4. Texture should be like a spread. In case, it’s too hard add little water/cream
5. Add salt and pepper
6. Spread this mixture on one side of a slice
7. With little oil, cook it on both sides on griddle until crispy
8. Serve hot with ketchup and green chutney

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