Vegetables & Cheese Sandwich Recipe

Vegetables & Cheese Sandwich Recipe

Do you like sandwich specially for breakfast or snack? I like because it's simple, easy and quick to prepare. We can do lot of variations in sandwich filling to suit our taste.  This is one of easy sandwich toast recipe again with lots of vegetables plus goodness of cheese.  I used less of cheese because I made this only for myself, you can reduce cheese too if you like or for kids you can add it generously.  Cheese helps to bind the vegetables well so they doesn't keep sneaking out of sandwich :) in my sandwich if you don't see cheese oozing out then don't be surprise.

The good thing about this simple vegetable filling is you can also use it as salad, it taste spicy, yum and refreshing due to all raw vegetables.  Good option is to use sandwich maker to toast these sandwich this way vegetables get's cooked well and cheese melt nicely, but to show the filling I didn't use my toaster once again, also I have used wholemeal walnut bread, it's add good walnut crunch to the sandwich.  Next time if you happen to see wholemeal walnut bread perhaps you can give a try.

Other Sandwich & Toasts Recipes you can check out

Ingredients for Vegetables & Cheese Sandwich

[Makes 2 Sandwich Set]

Bread Pieces - 4
Grated Cheese - 1/4 Cup [more if preferred]
Chopped Onion - 1/4 Cup
Chopped Tomato - 1/4 Cup
Chopped Cucumber - 1/4 Cup
Chopped Capsicum - 1/4 Cup
Grated Carrot - 1/2 Cup
Green Chutney - 1 tbsp [or use Sandwich Chutney]
Chaat Masala - 1 tsp


1. Finely chop onion, tomato, cucumber, capsicum and grate carrot & gather all our ingredients.

2. In a bowl add all the vegetables, cheese, green chutney, chat masala and mix well.  Add generous amount of prepared mixture around 3-4 spoons on top of bread and place another pieces of bread to cover.

~ Here is picture of whole meal walnut bread.

3. Heat a griller or tawa and toast bread both sides until brown.  We can press the bread sightly to seal all the veggies inside.

Serve warm with tea/coffee or juice.

~ Variations 
  • Use any vegetables of your choice like grated beetroot, boiled potato etc
  • You can make this in griller or sandwich toaster.
  • Apply butter on bread if preferred
  • Since we use green chutney &chat masala, salt is not needed.  Add salt & pepper if required.  
  • You can add 1 tbsp of chopped walnut for a nice crunch, since I used walnut bread it give good nutty crunch to the sandwich.
Have a nice day ~~