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Last Christmas I had made cookies, and found myself eating them more than the kids. This time with some ideas from the internet decided to make Christmas tree sandwiches with different toppings. A treat for kids and grown ups too!

This is what you’ll need

Brown bread slices: 4

Green chutney: 2tbsp

(To make the green chutney grind a small bunch of coriander leaves, half an onion, 1 garlic clove, a small piece ginger, 2 green chillies, 1/2tsp cumin seeds, small piece of tamarind, a pinch of sugar and salt to taste to a paste)

Cheese spread: 2tbsp

Vegetables of your choice: I used cucumbers, carrots and red pepper

Christmas tree shaped cookie cutter. (If you don’t have a cookie cutter, you can cut the bread into thin triangular pieces and decorate)

Let’s get cooking

1. Placing the cookie cutter in the centre of the bread slice cut into the tree shape.

2. Spread green chutney on a few and cheese spread on the rest.

3. Decorate with cut vegetables and serve.

Approximate preparation time: 10 minutes

Serves: 1


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  1. Charuta Kulkarni says:

    Creative n simple! Thanks for the recipe. Very helpful for me since I was struggling for recipes to make on Christmas day celebration in my kiddo’s school.

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