Jun 102012
 

My kids are not big fan of sandwiches, but these avocado sandwiches which is so bland and nothing that would tickle the Indian tongue’s spiciness has become their new favorite. I don’t cook anything elaborate if I have to cook just for my kids, simplicity is the key to their liking. It’s either grilled cheese sandwiches or other kid’s friendly dishes. I made these sandwiches, after my daughter saw them here , and wanted to try it. It was very well liked and they ate it without any constant reminder to eat, eat, and eat!!! Many times I’ve been tempted to record the chanting of “Eat, Eat, Eat” and play it for my kids to stop talking and finish their food. Just like how we ignore the wall clock chiming every hour, my kids have learnt to ignore my constant pondering to focus on their plate. I may have to get creative there….

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Surprised by how very well this sandwich was liked by my kids, this time, I made this just for me for lunch. It was so tasty and I loved the soft texture of melted fresh mozarella cheese along with the thick creamy bite of avocado on a crusty whole wheat bread. Heavenly bliss!!! If I don’t have anything interesting for lunch, this sandwich is gonna be my new found pleasure (great food for the kid in me). Will that be yours? Go head, try it to find out!!!

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Ingredients:

Whole Wheat Bread — as needed

Fresh Mozarella Cheese — a slice for each bread

Avocado –cut in to thick slices

Butter — as needed for toasting

Method:

Heat a flat griddle and when hot, dab some butter on one side of the sandwich and place it butter side down on the griddle, after a few minutes, add a slice of mozarella cheese, when it starts to melt, add a thick slice of avocado and top it with another bread with butter side up.

Flip with the help of 2 ladles as avocado and cheese can be slippery, and toast till golden brown on both sides and the cheese is melted. Enjoy!!!

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My Day 2, Group2 recipe under “Kid’s Delight” theme. Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#17

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  18 Responses to “Grilled Avocado Cheese Sandwich”

  1. Yes, it might be my favorite too.! Looks so delicious!

  2. this sandwich looks so tempting and that says A LOT because I HATE avocados (ever since I was a child and it was on our table every night at dinner as salad) but I might just be willing to take 1 bite out of this and see if I can stomach it 🙂

  3. Usha: Thanks, its so good.
    Mireille: Wow, if you are willing to try avocados just to try these sandwiches I succeeded….your comment just made my day. Thanks!!!

  4. Very nice clicks. My thoughts on recording the “Eat,eat,eat” chant are exactly the same 🙂

  5. Drooling over that sandwich,am in love with that oozing cheese..

  6. Nice sandwiches. They look so good!!

  7. I might like that recording myself..:)..nice looking sandwiches..

  8. avocado and mozarella…lovely combination

  9. wow wonderfull I am going to try this sandwich jayanthi perfect snack for me looks yumm.

  10. wow…toast looks too tempting…nice n filling snack!!
    Spicy Treats

  11. I shall also record the words, in addition to so many things :)..good way to eat avocados.

  12. Nice and healthy sandwich,feel like grabbing it….

  13. Healthy way to make kids eat avocado. Very tempting..

  14. My little one loves salads and hates bread. lol
    Love the colorful sandwich, interesting way to use avocado.

  15. Tempting, colorful and inviting sandwich…. Yumm !!!

  16. sandwhich is so tempting!!!Looks awesome

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