Paneer Schezwan Cheese Sandwich


About the Recipe

Sandwiches are often made with sliced cheese and vegetables sandwiched between pieces of bread. For breakfast or as a snack for your kids, quickly assemble a paneer schezwan cheese sandwich with chopped vegetables, paneer cubes, topped with grated cheese and seasoning. In a pan lined with Oddy Ecobake, which is heat-proof, moisture-balancing, and reusable if done in batches, toast the sandwich.

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  • Chopped capsicum- ½ cup & Boiled sweet corn-1/2 Cup
  • Chopped onion- 1/2 Cup & Paneer Cubes-1/2 Cup
  • Salt-1 tsp & Black pepper powder -1/2 Tsp
  • Chopped green chilli-1 Tsp & Schezwan sauce-1/4 Cup & Butter
  • Oddy Ecobake



  • Take chopped capsicum, boiled sweet corn, chopped onion, paneer cubes, salt, black pepper powder, chopped green chilies, and Schezwan sauce in a mixing bowl and mix everything well to make sandwich filling.
  • Spread butter on slices of bread and fill the schezwan filling. Add grated cheese and top with another slice.
  • Fill the top slice with filling and cover with another slice of bread. Sprinkle grated cheese and chilli flakes.
  • Place Oddy Ecobake on a pan, cover it, and toast the prepared bread for 5 minutes on a low flame.
  • Remove the pan from the oven. Take it to a plate. The paneer-Schezwan cheese sandwich is ready to taste. Serve with grated cheese on top.
  • Place the dhokla batter tray on the water. Cover it and let it steam for 10-15 minutes. After 12 minutes, check with a toothpick. If the toothpick comes clean, then dholkla is ready to be served.

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Bristi Home Kitchen

Although Bristi shares many recipes for snacks and other items, her most popular recipes are for desserts—cakes, cookies, and ice creams. Her recipes don’t need the use of an oven, and she has several recipes which require only three ingredients!

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