January 30, 2013

Egg Spinach Mushroom Grilled Sandwich

I am living with the sandwich lovers. And that reason always proved me a bad wife and a bad mamma. Let me reason the fact. I always try to satisfy the two hearts with the simplest sandwiches which will take hardly two minutes to make. Like the cheese sandwiches, salad sandwiches et al. Now the other day to relieve them from their boring and Yakki (in my daughter's word) breakfasts and of course to rescue myself from their fury, I decided to treat them with some YAMMY sandwich that I have never prepared before. And no need to say I got my pedestal back. I crowned to be the perfect cook and the best Mamma. So you all just keep on imagining how much praises I bagged in on that auspicious day……
Ok you guys are bored enough. Let’s jump straight to the Egg Spinach Mushroom Grilled Sandwich. Do make it and give a nice feedback which I am surely going to show my family… (Grinning till the ear ends). So recipe here follows:

Egg Spinach Mushroom Grilled Sandwich
(8 sandwiches)

Ingredients:
Egg- 2 ( beaten)
Sandwich Bread- 8 pieces (Brown /white- up to your choice)
Spinach(washed and chopped)- 1 cup
Mushroom(chopped)- 1 cup
Grated Cheese- 1/2 cup
Chopped Garlic- 1/2 table spoon
Salt & Sugar -According to taste.
White pepper- A dash
Oregano Seasoning - 1/4 tea spoon
Tomato Sauce- 1 tea spoon
Olive oil- 1 table spoon
Butter to grease.
Method:

  1. Take a pan or kadai heat the  oil and add the garlic. Then add the spinach and the mushroom. Saute for few minutes then add all the other ingredients except the Egg, Cheese and Bread. Stir nicely till the spinach is well cooked and dry. Then add the egg, fry nicely till it takes a perfect dry texture. Take off the stove.

  1. Take the breads and cut the sides. Spread the Spinach spread on 4 breads and top them with grated cheese. Cover the four breads with the other four breads.

  1. Now grease the Sandwich griller with butter and grill the sandwich till it is done. Cut it in a triangular shape and enjoy with sauce or some dip.

9 comments:

Swati Raman Garg said...

love egg in anything... and with mushrooms and spinach... ahh .. daarun... hungry for a snack now...

Priti S said...

This looks so yum n pretty

Kamalika C said...

@Swati, thanks dear...

Priya said...

Cant take my eyes from ur sandwich,very tempting;

Vidya Chandrahas said...

Looks so delicious and cute

PT said...

nice combos dear.. beautiful clicks too..

divya said...

too good ..slurrppp...wonderful clicks to... i will try soon!!

Swathi Iyer said...

This sandwich is delicious sure it is hard to stop with one.

flysongbird said...

i really like this recipe..i will try it!with or without the eggs i think it would taste gorgeous.