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Summers are here with a vengeance. All one wants to do is drink gallons of cool drinks and eat… but what? Sandwiches of course. Light, fresh and delicious. This sandwich is an old favourite. It uses one of my favourite vegetables, capsicum! There is just something unique about its particular flavour. Add it to your curries, grilled in a little oil just before switching off the flame and you will see what I mean. Now, this recipe also uses french fries! So you can be sure that the kids will like this sandwich. And french fries made at home are much better for them than those of a fast food joints. Also, I have used multigrain bread for the sandwich so it’s a healthy option for your lunch box or for an evening snack. So, without further ado lets move to the recipe.


2 medium potatoes, cut long and thin

1 capsicum, cut into rounds

1 tomato, sliced

4 slices bread

2 tablespoon cheese spread

2 tablespoon chilli mayonnaise

Pinch of black pepper

Salt as required


Season the cut potatoes with salt and black pepper and deep fry till nice and golden. In a pan, drizzle a tiny bit of oil and roast your capsicum. Do the same with your tomatoes. Spread cheese on one slice and chilli mayonnaise or mustard sauce on the other. Layer the veggies, cover with the other bread slice and take a huge bite. Yum!