As you all know, Sprouts are highly nutritious; they are rich in proteins & so is good in building our immune system. My kids luv to have sprouts or moong may be becos I've been feeding them with sprouts since they are 7-8 months old. My hubby who is also a doctor always insists me to feed them moong sprouts or any other bean sprouts. I think Moong sprouts are the most common ones. We can make it in our home by soaking whole moongs, draining them & then tying up in a muslin cloth for a day or so till it gets sprouted.
This is a simple recipe;infact all sandwiches are simple ,easy to prepare; healthy &delicious .. Sandwiches along with a bowl of fruits & a glass of juice makes my day... We Indians usually don't take fruits in empty stomach; but i recommend you guys to please make it a habit; it really worth it. It detoxifies your system, supplies you with great deal of energy for your weight loss and other activities for the day.
Now...the recipe time...
Bread 4 slices
Tomato 1 large, sliced in rounds
Alfalfa/Bean sprouts 2 tbsp
Cheese slices 4
Eggs 2, lightly beaten with a little salt & pepper
salt & pepper to taste
Roasted sesame seeds 2 tbsp
Oil for shallow frying
Spread butter on (one side each) of all the bread slices. Place one cheese slice over the buttered side of one bread slice. Place few tomato slices over the cheese and sprinkle 1 tbsp of alfalfa or bean sprouts. Place another cheese slice over this and cover with the second bread slice (buttered side facing down). Trim the edges from all four sides of the sandwich. Repeat procedure with remaining 2 bread slices. Dip each prepared sandwich in egg and then coat it with sesame seeds. Shallow fry both sandwiches (one at a time), in hot oil in a non-stick pan. Slice sandwich into 2 halves and serve warm.
And friends, please don't be lazy to trim the edges as i did...hihi...wake up a bit early...:))
Posting this to Sujana's celebrating sandwich event