A sandwich is one of the easiest things to put together in the kitchen. Two slices of bread and any filling in between them. The possibilities of the combinations of the bread and the stuffing in a sandwich are endless. It also makes a great option to carry in your tiffin dabbas. Take a look at these 5 simple tiffin sandwich recipes.
These cheese witches are not your regular cheese sandwiches. This sandwich has slices of bread filled with cheese coated with beaten seasoned eggs and pan fried to golden brown perfection. It makes a perfect snack to carry in your dabba.
This simple three tier sandwich is probably the best way to make your kids eat veggies like spinach and beetroots with them even known it. Veggies pureed into a delicious chutney slathered over buttered bread – it makes a perfect nutritious lunch.
Pita bread pockets make a perfect base to build a good curry sandwich because it won’t get soggy as quickly as normal bread would. In this recipe we have filled them with a spicy curried chicken mixture, a drizzle of yogurt and some crunchy spring onions to make a tiffin treat.
If you want to give your child a treat in their tiffin box, this recipe is the best way to go. The combination of sweet chocolate and salty cheese makes a delightfully tasty bite. You kid definitely will be singing praises for days to come.
Got leftover dosa batter? Here is how you can turn it into an innovative delicious eggy sandwich. Fluffy mini dosas baked with cream cheese, onions, tomatoes and of course, eggs! You will be surprised at how these simple ingredients come together to make such a fun final tiffin treat.
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