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Sandwich: Then and Now

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Two slices of white bread, toasted atop a roti mesh or in a frying pan, crammed with lumps of refrigerated Amul butter. Granules of clear bead-like sugar, clinging on to the buttery mounds, adding a sugary crunch. This unevenly toasted, bumpy sandwich frequented my steel lunchbox during middle school years.

I have slowly graduated to grilled whole wheat sandwiches; grilled chicken sandwich with buttery avocado and sweet corn being one of my favorites. But a frying pan and a smear of butter still come in handy when it comes to toasting the sandwich.

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Grilled chicken sandwich with avocado and corn

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Author: livecook

www.mohabhoj.com

4 thoughts on “Sandwich: Then and Now

  1. Your description of mesh toasted white bread with amul butter and sugar brought back so many memories!

  2. Feels kind of Mexican, that wonderful combo of avocado and corn… Yummmmm.

  3. Yes, a mouthwatering combo 🙂

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