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Grilled Paneer Sandwich

Written By Srimathi Mani on Friday, July 13, 2012 | 2:57 PM

Schools have been out for over  a month. Swimming lessons, play dates, visits to the park, cycling and traveling has kept us very busy. My daughter has been taking over the kitchen and creating her own snacks or lunch at times. She enjoys being in the kitchen and has always helped me in the past. Personally, I want to encourage her natural flair for cooking, allow her to learn to prepare healthy meals and rejoice in her creations. I  have trained myself not to react or not pay much attention to the state of the kitchen counter, after such experiments. Instead, we just pretend that we own a restaurant and I, encourage her to clean up. This afternoon, she made me this open faced grilled paneer sandwich. I was really impressed at her technique in making dressings to go on the bread. This one was special, because she created everything on her own. I had no clue as to what she mixed or toasted, until she gave me her recipe. It tasted light, crunchy and fresh. Give it a try, a recipe from the little 8 year old chef.



Gadgets:

Toaster
Griddle
Spatula
Cutting Board
Knife
Bowls
Spoon
Whisk
Measuring Spoon

Ingredients:

Paneer (2 inch square and 1/2 inch thick) - 1
Avocado - 1/2 sliced
Lemon - 1 plus half.
Honey - 2 tbsp
Spinach - two hands full
Italian Seasoning - a few shakes
Bread - 2 slices
Ghee ( Melted Butter) - 3 tsp
Garlic - 3 cloves minced



Preparation:

1. Grill the paneer in a griddle until both sides are toasted. Cut into half and make narrow strips of the paneer.

2. In a bowl mix garlic, ghee, honey, Italian seasoning, lemon juice well.

3. Place the spinach in a bowl and microwave for 44 seconds.

4. Toast the bread, then add the garlic dressing, on one side of the bread slices.

5. Chop the spinach into smaller pieces and add it on top of the bread. Drizzle a dash of lemon.
Place avocado slices, paneer slices, drizzle another dash of lemon on grilled paneer and enjoy.

19 comments:

  1. Looks Delicious and simple to make..


    -Mythreyi
    Yum! Yum! Yum!

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  2. Your daughter has talent in the kitchen and it's obvious where she gets it from :)

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  3. Awesome!! Amazed by her innovation! Kudos!!

    http://aromaticdining.blogspot.com/

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  4. looking delicious... ur daughter will surely become a great cook...

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  5. interesting and delicious sandwich..

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  6. yummy superb and lovely sandwich made by the little one.

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  7. Omg, irresistible sandwich,my lil one will definitely love making this sandwich.Kudos to your lil chef,she rocks already.

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  8. Apt for breakfast or even tea time snack time...looks very appetising!

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  9. so healthy and tempting sandwich...looks yum dear !

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  10. Paneer always gets my attention especially the way you made it here, feel like making one for myself.

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  11. Nice try. i am sure it tasted good too

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  12. Kudos to the little chef! And did she do the plating too? Amazing. You could add a new section - little wonders. Wow!

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  13. Its very much visible where she gets the cooking genes from. Looks delicious.. I am sure you must be thrilled

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