Many a times we do not have a traditional Indian dinner. Grilled sandwich is one of our common alternatives. I generally make it with leftovers fish chops, vegetable cutlet, keema cutlet and chicken cutlets. Grilled sandwich works as a nice filling dinner.
- 2 slices of sandwich breads
- Make fish chop as shown in http://www.bongcook.com/2011/08/fish-chop.html. Flatten it by pressing between your palms.
- 1 lettuce
- Few onion rings
Griddle (Something like the one shown here).
Heat and coat a griddle with butter. Place the fish patty and cook till one side is crispy and brown. Turn it over and cook the other side. Remove on a paper towel when done. Place the onion rings on the hot griddle and let it get caramelized a bit. Remove and keep aside. You are now ready to build up your sandwich.
Apply butter on one side of a sandwich bread. Keep the buttered side of the bread down and start stacking up the sandwich layers. Start with the patty, then a few caramelized onion rings and lettuce. Cover it up with another sandwich bread and apply butter on its top surface.
Heat your griddle and place the sandwich on it. Keep the temperature high and press the sandwich with the back of a flat spoon to spread the heat. Cook for about 1-2 minutes and then flip it. Cook the other side and then remove.
Cut the sandwich diagonally and serve.
NOTE: You can use any patty of your choice.