What You Need:
- Bean sprouts - 1/2 cup
- Brown bread - 8 slices
- Onion, chopped - 1 medium
- Potatoes, boiled and mashed - 2 medium
- Salt to taste
- Green chutney as required
- Chaat masala - 1 teaspoon
- Black peppercorns, crushed - 5 to 6
- Lettuce - 4 to 6 leaves
- Tomatoes, cut into roundels - 2 medium
- Ask a parent or adult to help with this recipe
- Take the onion in a bowl. Add the mashed potatoes, salt, 2 tablespoons green chutney, sprouts, chaat masala and crushed black peppercorns. Mix.
- Place 2 brown bread slices on the worktop. Place salad leaves on one of them. Place some of the stuffing topped with tomato roundels.
- Apply some green chutney on the other slice and cover the sandwich with it.
- Prepare another sandwich. Place lettuce on one slice and spread the stuffing. Apply green chutney on another slice and place some alfalfa over it. Bring the 2 slices together to make a sandwich.
- Heat a non stick toaster, place the sandwich in it and toast till golden. Similarly make the other sandwiches. Serve hot.
Pepper is ranked as the third most added ingredient to recipes, with water and salt leading the race.Pepper is also known as the King of Spices and the Master Spice and still accounts for one-fourth of the worlds spice trade.Peppercorns were found more than 4,000 years ago and reports suggest they were cultivated as long ago as 1000BC. Black pepper is also an effective deterrent to insects. A solution of 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground pepper to 1 quart of warm water sprayed on plants can be toxic to ants, potato bugs, silverfish and even roaches and moths. Peppercorns are available in black, green, white and red variants.Did you know that a specific variant in pink colour comes from the Baies rose plant? It is imported from Madagascar. This pepper is pungent and slightly sweet, but not nearly as flavourful as the real thing.