I picked up a bag of baby spinach from the market last week. This was the first time i m using them and i wanted to use them raw in my sandwich. First i was planning for Baked sandwich like that of Varada’s, but then didn’t have that patience or time. So i just made a simple salsa, by putting some raw veggies and seasoned it with some lemon juice and pepper. It was a filling and content breakfast for us. I tried baking it for 10 minutes @ 180 and packed it for hubby, got some good comments on that too!!!
Though the match went in favor of the Aussies, i m happy with our Team performance throughout the World Cup and at the end of the day, it is the game that matters, Winning or Losing is part of it.
- Chop all the veggies into bite-sized pieces. Mix them together in a bowl, add lemon juice, pepper, and salt. Toss well to combine.
- Cut the burger buns into halves in the center. Apply Cream cheese on both the sides. Place 2-3 teaspoon full of salsa on to the bottom side of the bun.
- Top it with 4-5 baby spinach leaves, place a slice of cheddar and close the burger.
- Toast it slightly for the cheese to melt, Sever warm, It usually doesn’t need any condiment. If needed, serve it some Tomato ketchup.
- I was way too excited with the India-Australia match, i burnt a side of the burger. Never mind it gave a nice crunch to the bun. Instead of toasting you can also warm the sandwich in the Microwave for a minute, it makes the Cheese a bit gooey and gives a taste texture and taste to the sandwich(Uptdated on 27th March 2015).
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