Thursday, June 30, 2016

Corn Cheese Sandwich Recipe | Corn Cheese Mayonise Sandwich | Grilled Corn Cheese Sandwich | Easy Breakfast Recipe

After coming to Sydney, our weekday's busy breakfast revolves around sandwiches. These days Jany is having his breakfast on the way to his office and he prefers sandwich when compared to south Indian tiffin since it is easy for him to carry. So, I am exploring different sandwiches with vegetables and eggs stuffing. Hopefully, I will be posting much more soon. This corn cheese sandwich is similar to the Chilli Cheese sandwich which I have already posted. Check out my Chicken Sandwich and Egg in a Toast too.
Ingredients:
Wholemeal Bread - 4 slices 
Cheese Slice - 2 or Grated cheese - 3 tbsp
Mayonnaise - 3 tbsp(Egg or Eggless)
Sweet Corn - 1/2 Cup 
Pepper - as required 
Salt - as required 
Butter - as required(To toast)
Method:
1. Trim off the hard edges of the bread. Take the sweet corn in a bowl and mix the mayonnaise with that. 
 2. Sprinkle required salt and pepper, mix it all together. Then spoon the corn mixture on top of a bread slice and spread it evenly to cover the entire slice. Place the cheese slice on top of that as shown below. If using grated cheese, sprinkle the cheese to cover the corn mixture. 
3. Close the sandwich with another slice of bread and grill it in a sandwich maker by applying butter on top and bottom of the sandwich. You can make it on stove top too. In a dosa pan, spread some butter and place the prepared sandwich on top of it. Press the top of the bread slice with a ladle for few mins, and then flip to cook the other side. Cook until it turns golden brown.
Slice the sandwiches into triangles and serve it warm. I served it with muskmelon cubes and a cup of milk for filling breakfast.
Points to remember:
  • If you don't have mayonnaise, you can skip it. But it tastes good with mayo and it also helps to bind the corn together. 
  • Instead of cheese slices, you can use grated mozzarella or cheddar cheese.
  • For kids, you can add a tablespoon of grated carrots and cooked peas for the colorful sandwich.
  • I made it in a sandwich maker since it is easy and I also prefer the grilled look in my sandwich. You can very well make it on stove top too. In a dosa pan, spread some butter and place the prepared sandwich on top of it. Press the top of the bread slice with a ladle for few mins, and then flip to cook the other side. Cook until it turns golden brown. 
Warm Regards,
Happy's Cook - Divya

3 comments :

  1. i want this now for this chill weather

    ReplyDelete
  2. wow that a yummy cheesy corn sandwich :) looks so yummy , am getting hungry seeing this now :) pass me one piece plz :)

    ReplyDelete

Month's Popular Posts