How to Make Sandwich

The sandwich is a favorite and convenient lunch/breakfast time food. It is quickly made and served and adaptable to so many variations that it satisfies nearly every taste and nutrition requirement. There are so many types of sandwiches that we can make in just under 5 minutes. Although its one of the simplest dishes to make, and I am sure most of you already know how, this one’s for those of you who don’t know the first thing about making one. Here, I am showing you a quick recipe- one that’s healthy, easy and delicious.


  1. Whole brown or white bread
  2. Mayonnaise 200gm
  3. Lettuce leaf 1 bunch
  4. Tomato 4 pieces
  5. Small cucumber 1
  6. Onion 1 piece
  7. Black olive as required
  8. Salt & pepper to taste
  9. ham slices


  1. Wash the lettuce leaf and tomato. Peel the cucumber and onion. And dip into chlorine water for 5 minutes.

Deep into piyush water 2 minute

2. Slice tomato, cucumber, and onion into thin round shape.collage

3. Toast the bread slices in a pan, oven or toaster a few minutes on each side until lightly toasted. For extra flavor, you can spread some butter after toasting. But I usually spread mayonnaise on the bread. Now put the lettuce leaf on top the mayonnaise/butter. On top of the bed of the leaves, now add all other vegetables, olive. For non-vegetarian, this is where we can put in slices of ham. Once all the ingredients are layered out, sprinkle salt and pepper.Put another lightly toasted and buttered up bread slice on top. The mayonnaise/buttered up side of the second bread should be downwards.


4. Cut this on all sides removing the thick hard side of the bread. Now cut into triangular shape for final serving. Then serve cold sandwich with tomato ketchup and potato chips or french fries as you like.



I’ve stacked three sandwiches here for easier cutting into triangles.

The below photo is another sandwich which I used the same direction. Only the bread is different.


Multi grain bread sandwich

Please share, upload photos of sandwich you make. More recipes coming your way, so be sure to like my page on facebook at Nirmala’s Delight.

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