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Carrot, Potato, Onions whole wheat bread sandwich- Healthy Breakfast

Quick, easy, healthy and handy recipe is a great idea for the mother's/ wifes/ working women for their lazy kids/ hubby's. My hubby does his breakfast in car while driving to office. These kind of recipes are very healthy and handy for the people like my hubby. Many mornings he went without having breakfast, which is very bad habit. Now I no more entertain such unhealthy habit, so I planned to make some healthy and handy foods and this is one of them.

Ingredients: (makes 2, serves 1)
Whole wheat bread/ white bread-2 slices
Carrot grated-1 cup
Potato grated-1cup
Onion- grated-1cup
Oil-2tbsp (olive oil preferable)
red chili powder/pepper powder- to taste
salt to taste

  • Heat 1tbsp of oil in a pan and add carrot, onion and potato and fry till they get cooked, add salt to taste and red chili powder or pepper powder(very mild flavor is preferable so add very little). 
  • keep it aside. 

  • Now take a pan and heat 2tbsp oil. 
  • Take bread slice, remove sides that are brown and cut them diagonally.
  • Take a plate and break open egg add little salt and pepper powder/ red chili powder to taste and whisk it gently with spoon.
  • now dip these bread slices on both sides and fry on both sides with little oil on a pan and take them out.

  • Sandwich the prepared carrot mixture between two slices and enjoy.
Hope you like my recipe, plz come back again for more :)


  1. Delicious and healthy breakfast..yummy

  2. That sandwich looks so healthy and tummy filling

  3. Easy and healthy toast...

  4. Yes a perfect breakfast treat...

  5. Simple and tasty..



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