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Grill With No Frill

Written By Srimathi Mani on Saturday, September 6, 2008 | 3:48 PM

I believe that for a good sandwich the bread matters. These days you can find good bread in the grocery stores bakery section. I always stop by to pick out some kind of bread that I have never tasted before. Today we were shopping at our local Henry's market place and my husband picked a very interesting looking Ukrainian bread with sun flower seeds on top. It looked firm to the touch but was very soft inside. I thought grilling them would be wonderful and perfect for lunch this afternoon. The use of home made artichoke dip as a spread on the sandwich made it tastier.



Gadgets:

Grilling pan
Cutting board
Knife
Spoon


Ingredients:

Cucumber - 4 slices per person
Red Onion- 3 thin slices
Roma Tomatoes - 4 slices
Garlic powder - a few shakes
Sea Salt
Fresh Pepper
Artichoke dip - 2 tsp
Ukrainian Bread - 1 slice
Oil - 1/2 tsp

Preparation:
































1. Heat the grill pan on medium high and spray some oil.

2. Place a slice on the grill and allow it to toast until you get the grill marks on one side.

3. Cut the slice into 2 parts and on the side that does not have the grill marks apply artichoke spread and layer with tomato, cucumber and onion after seasoning the veggies with salt and pepper. Sprinkle some garlic powder on the top of the onion and cover with the other half of the bread.

4. Serve it with some cool drink and chips on the side.

6 comments:

  1. great Srimathi. looks very good. added it to my favourites. will try soon.

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  2. even i like to experiment with different kind of breads,.sandwhich looks yum;-)

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  3. Looks so good. will try and let you know.. dont know if i can get the bread but i am sure it will taste with any kind of bread.

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  4. so many people overlook the bread

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  5. Can you post some grilled veggies sandwiches... I use onions/peppers/pesto sauce/cream cheese and cheese but I want to know you can be more creative

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  6. How does one make this Ukranian Bread?

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