Hung curd sandwich is a very healthy easy to make breakfast. You can pack these in kid’s lunch box also as sandwich stays fresh for 4-5 hours. Just make sure that the hung curd you use for this recipe is not very sour.
We all know the health benefits of curd. Adding hung curd in sandwiches gives the taste of cheese while you enjoy health benefits of curd. What could be better than that?
This sandwich will remind you of Dahi ke Kebab in taste. Another point in its favor 😉
I have learned the recipe from my husband’s Buaji. She was visiting us in April and we were discussing my blog and recipes in general. And she said okay you have to try this recipe. I am sure your kids will love it and if they do you can share it on the blog.
My kids loved the recipe Buaji. I have already made it a lot of times since then. Thank you for this super recipe
I have added some more vegetables to the sandwich and I have added Chaat masala and Oregano also as my kids love their flavor. But you can skip them if you do not want.
How to make Hung Curd Sandwich
Preparation time: 5-10 minutes
no cooking required
makes 4 sandwiches
8 slices of bread
¾ cup hung Curd( from 1 1/2 cup curd)
1 onion chopped
1 tomato chopped (remove seeds before chopping)
½ capsicum chopped
½ Carrot grated
1 green chilly chopped
1 tbsp finely chopped fresh coriander leaves
salt to taste
1/8 tsp red chilly powder
1/8 tsp chaat masala
¼ tsp oregano (optional)
Olive Oil/butter/ghee to grease the bread lightly
Note: to make hung curd hang 1 1/2 cups of regular curd in a muslin/cotton cloth in a strainer. Keep a bowl under strainer to collect the liquid. Keep this curd with the strainer in the fridge for 3-4 hour. So that all liquid separates from the curd and you get a thick cheese like curd called hung curd. Keeping it in fridge ensures that the curd does not get sour.
to make Hung Curd Sandwich
Take all the chopped vegetables in a wide pan.
Add hung curd to it.
Mix all the spices and salt and mix properly.
Grease bread slices lightly on one side. Apply a thick layer of hung curd mixture on bread.
Grill in a sandwich maker or Tawa.
Serve hot with green chutney or tomato ketchup.