Surprise! Well sorry to disappoint you all but I’m not just all about curry munching. I got rid of that tattoo from my forehead a long time ago. Occassionally I like to munch on Angrezi (English) meals.
We Ka-Indias (Fiji-Indians) love western style meals otherwise it would’ve just been roti and tarkari (curry) or dhal bhaat (rice) for us breakfast, lunch and dinner..how blase’. Don’t we just love our occassional Mackerel sandwiches, lovos, roasts and good old ba-ba-kyu with cassera, salad and a dollop of tomato sauce…a perfect 10/10.
This one’s for my colleagues at work who get a whiff of my sandwhich sizzling away in the sandwhich maker and tell me how wonderful it smells. It’s veg, it’s easy, it’s quick and it’s 100% yummy. It’s a sandwhich with a Desi twist (ting ting tading!..sitar strum). Now according to me if you throw coriander into a dish then that’s it..all you fellow curry munchers out there do you hear me..stake a claim and consider it curried.😉
2 Slices Of Bread
Half of Roma Tomato Sliced
Salt to Taste
Pepper To Taste
1 Tbspn Of Thinly Sliced or Diced Onion (I have used red onions)
1 Tbspn Of Fresh Chopped Coriander Leaves
2-3 Slices of Cheese
• Lightly butter your bread from both sides.
• Slice Tomato thinly and layer on bread followed by onion and coarsely chopped coriander.
This dish is best served with the beverage of your choice juice, coffee or a cuppa tea.