Potato Peas Sandwich with Garlic Bread

After a month long non stop blogging, one might think we would stop. Well the next edition started before any of us could even breathe, and here I am with the first day first post for the BM#45. I am starting this month with celebrating the blog's 6th Anniversary with Kid's party.

As some asked what food to bring for the party, I simply send bring on anything that your kid would love for a party. I was planning on creating a menu that would fit a birthday party and here I am with the first dish on the menu.

This sandwich is made with garlic bread and the stuffing is exactly the same that you would taste in a typical local bakery puff stuffing. If you have never tasted it, I tell you, you have missed something. The stuffing is quite unique and is something we have always wanted to replicate at home. I am not sure of the prerequisite for a stuffing to taste so heavenly, however it never worked out the way it tastes. 

So when we made this stuffing and later used it differently as well, we knew we got the right one. You could bake your own garlic bread or get store bought one. The garlic bread adds so much more flavour to the own sandwich. Infact I served it soft and fresh and it was such a melt in the mouth experience. 

Garlic Bread Potato Peas Sandwich

Garlic Bread - 4 thick slices (you can bake the garlic stuffing along with the bread)

For the Aloo Peas stuffing

Ingredients Needed:

Potato - 1 big
Peas - 1/2 cup
Cumin Seeds - 1 tsp
Onions - 1 medium
Mint leaves handful
Ginger Garlic paste -1 tsp
Green Chillies - 2 medium
Garam Masala - 1 tsp
Chat Masala - 1/2 tsp
Coriander Leaves handful

How to make the stuffing

Boil peas and aloo with water in pressure cooker.

Heat a kadai with oil, saute cumin seeds, then add onions, along with mint leaves. then add ginger garlic paste, saute well.

Next add chopped green chilies, red chili powder.  Add the boiled peas, potatoes, salt along with water and garam masala. Cook till the water gets evaporated. Saute well.

Switch off gas, add chat masala and coriander leaves

Make sure the stuffing is dry.

Slice the garlic bread and stuffing the slice and toast again or serve soft.

This sandwich joins the Kid's Delight Anniversary party. Come join the fun!

Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 45

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