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Mini Sandwiches :Simple & Comforting Party Food

Written By Srimathi Mani on Wednesday, August 13, 2008 | 8:19 AM

Party's are fun to have when we come up with simple food that people love to have anytime. There are times in the past when I have gone over board and prepared too many things and wondered why I stressed out when most people enjoy the most simple comforting food. At all party's that involve kids I prefer to have mini sandwiches on the menu. Butter, jelly(jam), nutella, cucumber, mint chutney, sweet chutney, tomato chutney, mango chutney filled sandwiches disappear faster than one would think. Sometimes you might be shocked to see that adults enjoy it a lot more than the kids. I usually make them into mini squares, rectangles, triangles, circles( a bite size) and the kids are amazed to see these shapes. My entry to Perfect Party Dishes hosted by Dhanggit's Kitchen for her daughter's first birthday party.



Gadgets:

Cutting Board
Serrated Knife
Spoon
Off set Spatula




Ingredients: ( Everything Store Bought)

Bread slices - any kind that you like
Jam/Jelly/Preserve - Strawberry, Apricot or any other Kind
Butter - Unsalted Mint chutney
Sweet Chutney
Mango Chutney
Gooseberry Chutney - (from Ikea, its amazing)
Tomato Chutney
Nutella (Chocolate Hazelnut Spread)
Hummus


Preparation:

1. Remove the corners in each slice of bread.

2. Apply any kind of the above spreads that you would think your guests would enjoy.

3. Cover it with another slice with the same bread and cut into mini shapes or even use cookie cutter to get to the party based theme.

4. Serve them in big trays.


5 comments:

  1. Cool. This will work for school too. Its bite size and kids will like this. I also use Cream cheese and add veggies like cucumber.

    Thanks

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  2. I never thought of sandwich this way. Looks good. I can pack them for my school kids once a week.

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  3. those bytes look so yummy :) gotta' try that gooseberry chutney u mentioned, is it tart?

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  4. this isnt a comment i just left it cuz i was 2 lazy 2 open up gmail. it looks good, but i got confused when u said cut of the corners. i think u shoulda said cut of the crust...well yea. :-)

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  5. wow yummy they look amazing and lovely pics on cing them i think they r not only for party they'll look gr8 even in lunch box especially for my kid and hubby
    thanx a lot for this wonderful idea

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