Jun 29, 2015

Grilled Corn, Spinach & Cheese Sandwich Recipe - Sweet Corn & Spinach Sandwich Recipe



You can know i love making sandwiches. I should probably do a collection of my sandwiches in one post, will do it this weekend..Now this is another addition to my sandwich list. It is made with spinach, corn & cheese. These are the best combination ever in a sandwich, pasta or pizza. 



I grilled this sandwich, because i am sucker for those grill marks on my foods. Somehow it makes it so appetizing and appealing. So i am grilling my food a lot recently. This sandwich is so healthy, you can pack this in your kids lunch box, they will love it for sure..


Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you..


Preparation Time : 10 mins
Cooking Time : 20 mins
Serves : 2

Ingredients:

Bread Slices - 4 to 6
Oil - 1 tblspn
Spinach - 1.5 cup chopped finely ( I used palak)
Sweet Corn - 1/2 cup ( I used frozen)
Butter - 1 tsp
All Purpose Flour / Maida - 2 tsp
Milk -1/2 cup
Chilli flakes a pinch
Oregano a pinch
Salt to taste
Cheese - 1/2 cup grated
Oil for toasting bread

Method:

Heat oil in a pan, add in corn and spinach, saute well for 5 mins or so.

Add in butter and when it starts to melt, add in flour and mix that well with the corn and spinach. 

Now add in milk and mix with the spinach corn. Toss well.

Sprinkle little chilli flakes, oregano and salt. Toss well. Now the filling is done.

Take a bread slice, spoon some filling in and spread it out. Now sprinkle some cheese over it and cover with another bread.

Oil a grilling plate well.

Place it on a heated grill pan and drizzle some oil over it and grill till golden.

Remove it and cut into wedges.

Serve.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients


Heat oil in a pan


add in little sweet corn


add in chopped spinach leaves


saute well


cook till spinach is wilted


toss well


add in little butter


add in flour


mix that well with the corn and spinach


add in little milk


mix well


sprinkle little salt, chilli flakes and oregano


mix well


now the filling is done


take few bread slices


spoon the filling in


spread it evenly


sprinkle some cheese over it


cover with another bread


place it in a grill toaster, oil the grill plates before putting it


drizzle the top with oil


grill them


remove it


cut into triangles and serve

7 comments:

  1. Hi Aarthi,

    I would like to know did u grease the grilling plate before putting the sandwiches?

    Rajasree

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  2. @Anonymousyes i greased it with oil and put it

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  3. Hi Aarthi,

    I tried this today. Turned out yummy !
    Came across your blog few days back and have been trying several recipes.
    They all turn out perfect !!

    Thanks for posting such lovely and simply explained recipes.
    Becoming a big fan of your recipes.

    Solved a big problem for me as cooking has never been my strength :)

    Continue this great blog and best wishes from me.

    Regards,
    Pradnya.

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  4. Hi aarthi ,I tried this sandwich and my son and me really enjoyed it .it was very tasty and less time consuming.do keep sending such easy and delicious recipes

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  5. Hi Aarthi, thank you for sharing this delicious recipe and I must say with some modifications of my own like cream (instead of Maida and milk) and English Mustard Sauce in addition, the sandwich turned out to be yummylicious! I look forward for more recipes from you at Foodies for Bangalore 2 FB group and here at your blog posts as well!

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  6. hi arti

    great recepie.... i just wanted to know if these sandwiches get soggy for lunch

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  7. Hi Arthi great job....

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