Wednesday, 21 January 2015

Bombay Aloo Sandwich



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Bombay Aloo Sandwich


Spicy potato filling encased in delicious Warburtons sandwich thins .

Ingredients:
  • 2 medium boiled potatoes peeled and diced.
  • 1/4 teaspoon turmeric 
  • 1/4 teaspoon chilli powder
  • 1 teaspon green chilli paste
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 1 tablespoon fresh coriander finely chopped
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1/4 teaspoon mustard seeds
  • 6 warburtons sandwich thins of choice

Method:

1.In a pan add the oil, when it is hot add the mustard seeds and wait for them to splutter.2.Add to the pan the green chilli paste, salt, turmeric, chilli powder and saute the mixture for a few seconds.3.Add the diced potatoes and toss them around in the spice mixture until they are coated with the spices and warmed through.4.Add the lemon juice and the coriander and toss into the bombay aloo.Remove from heat and allow to reach room temperature.5. Split open the warburtons sandwich thins and spoon the bombay aloo mixture onto each slice.Place the top of the thins onto the filling to make a sandwich. You can either serve the sandwich as it is or place the sandwich in a sandwich toaster to toast it.
Details
Prep time:10 mins Cooking Time:4 minutes Total time:16 mins   Yield: 2 servings 

Warburtons created a research that reveals the new food experience and flavours.The 2015 food trends hot list is to have sandwiches that have creativity, contrast and convenience. Sandwiches that are tasty, healthy and made using  more adventurous and  alternative bread bases, wraps and exciting fillings. 

I was sent a selection of  half and half, brown, white and seeded Warburtons sandwich thins and a shopping voucher to purchase ingredients to create a recipe using them. My Bombay Aloo Sandwich, is satisfying, healthy and spicy too. It is simple to make, yet it is packed with flavour and taste.

28 comments:

  1. interesting and yummy sandwich...

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  2. Sandwich looks so good,.. feel like eating

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  3. Oooh this looks yummy! We love the Warburtons Thins - they are great for any sandwich x

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  4. This looks really healthy and delicious, I'm doing slimming world and this whole recipe is free for me.

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  5. I often take something like this for my lunch. You are making me hungry.

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  6. These aloo sandwiches look absolutely delicious and tempting!

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  7. This looks really tasty. My sandwiches I make are usually quite bland!

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  8. Ooh now this I could eat right now with some mint and cucumber dip x

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  9. Perfect lunch for me .Love sandwiches with spicy fillings

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  10. oh i love bombay pots and this is right up my street , yummy x

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  11. Simple satisfying sandwich. The flavours are such a pleaser.

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  12. This sounds like a lovely lunch dish - I could eat it right now x

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  13. I love having a few different ideas for sandwiches. Cheese gets a bit boring after a while!

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  14. A wonderful lunch idea, I must make this for our next work meeting for the girls to enjoy

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  15. just like i imagined you would eat aloo!

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  16. You had be at bombay aloo, but putting in an a sandwich is genius!

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  17. You can't go wrong with Bombay potatoes. Never tried it in a sandwich though!

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  18. I like Bombay Aloo but as a part of the dinner. I've never had it in the sandwich before.

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  19. I do love Bombay Aloo and your recipe is great!
    Not sure i would have it in a sarnie tho!

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  20. I bet these smell amazing, they certainly look delicious

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  21. My daughter likes these sandwich thins and we use them whenever she has a packed lunch for school. We've never tried Bombay Aloo in a sandwich before.

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  22. I can almost smell them - yummy!

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  23. I bet it tastes delicious, this is just the kind of potatoes I like the most.

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  24. I've not seen the sandwich thins before. These look delicious though! x

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