Egg Mayo Sandwich Recipe

March 27, 2018

how to make Egg Mayo Sandwich

Egg Mayonaise Sandwichrecipe is another sandwich recipe of my own.  This is a easy and quick recipe which calls for mixing up of all the ingredients and stuffing it in between sandwich breads. Sandwiches are always super easy to make and can be consumed at any time of the day. Though we mostly prefer to have it in breakfast.




Unlike any other sandwich, this is also very versatile. You can opt out of using any ingredients or add-in your own ingredients. So, lets see how I make this Egg Mayonaise Sandwich. I have not added a step-by-step photos, as I did'nt feel the need to do so. It is that simple. Checkout my PavBhaji Sandwich also.

      how to make Egg Mayo Sandwich

How to make Egg Mayonaise Sandwich:

  1. Boil eggs for 12 minutes. Deshell it and chop it in small pieces.
  2. Remove the excees of water from tomato and chop it small.
  3. Mix up all the ingredients  and taste for salt.
  4.  Spread butter on each bread slices.
  5. Spread the egg mixture on 2 bread slices at a time. Cover this with another 2 breads. Apply butter on top.
  6. Place it on the Electric toasted and grill it for 5-7 minutes.
  7. Serve hot with green chutney or tomato ketchup.
Serve this as a breakfast or as a snack and even ideal for a quick and easy dinner. See the notes for any variations.



Egg Mayo Sandwich Recipe
 CuisineIndian
 Keywordbreadeggsandwichtoasted
 Prep Time15 minutes
 Cook Time7 minutes
 Servings
 people
INGREDIENTS
INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Boil eggs. Deshell it and chop it in small pieces.
  2. Remove the excees of water from tomato and chop it small.
  3. Mix up all the ingredients  and taste for salt.
  4.  Spread butter on each bread slices.
  5. Spread the egg mixture on 2 bread slices at a time. Cover this with another 2 breads. Apply butter on top.
  6. Place it on the Electric toasted and grill it for 5-7 minutes.
  7. Serve hot with green chutney or tomato ketchup.
RECIPE NOTES
The mustard sauce can be replaced by the mayonaise. Just keep in mind that the mixture shouldnt be watery. It should right enough to hold everything well.


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