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Veggie Club Sandwich

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Veggie Club Sandwich

  • Veg
    • 30 mins
    • Serves 3
    • Easy


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    Everyone likes a good sandwich. The sheer variety and variations of this universal meal makes it a staple at any picnic, brunch or lunch box. You can create magic out of two slices of bread with your choice of veggies, meat, sauces, dressing, chutney and so many more.
    This is the recipe for the veggie club sandwich. Traditionally across the globe, club sandwiches contain meat but this is an all-vegetarian version. This is made up of delicious, healthy veggies coated with rich, creamy tangy- sweet mayonnaise sauce. This is so quick and popular that it makes its way into a snack or even mealtime menu.

    Health Benefits:
    The veggie club sandwich is loaded with vegetables and therefore with nutrients as well.

    • Cabbage is rich in vitamin C and dietary fiber and lettuce has more vitamin A.
    • Cabbage and lettuce have enough vitamins and minerals to fight diseases and keep good health.
    • Bell peppers are high in vitamin A, Vitamin C, and vitamin B complex. That act as natural anti-oxidants improving overall health.
    • Mayonnaise contains mostly unsaturated or healthy fat. It also helps in the absorption of vitamins and minerals by the body.
    • Garlic helps regulate blood pressure and sugar levels and helps lower cholesterol levels.
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    How to Make Veggie Club Sandwich

    • Heat a pan with oil and fry the boiled potatoes until they are crisp. Set aside.
    • Add garlic and stir.
    • Add all veggies except tomatoes and sauté on high flame until the flavor is good.
    • Turn off the heat and add salt and pepper.
    • Spread mayonnaise generously on one slice of bread. Place lettuce on one side, then potatoes and then the tomatoes.
    • On the other slice, place more lettuce and fried veggies. Cover the sandwich with mayo side down. Secure with sandwich picks and serve as soon as possible.


    • Sandwich got its name from Lord Sandwich, a gambler who was short of time. So, he asked his servants to prepare slices of meat in between slices of bread!
    • Iran tried to make the world’s largest sandwich but failed.
    • Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches were considered a luxury at one point in time and were enjoyed only by the high-class society!

    United States is considered to have pioneered at least 60 different kinds of sandwiches.

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