Having a picnic basket makes any trip more fun. The same can be said about these sandwiches, adding joy to every road trip. Sometimes eaten even before we leave city limits, at other times they have been a saviour when we couldn't find food on the way. The preparation is simple and the filling can be prepped even a day before for quick assembly later on. Only one note: if they are carried on winter, they will stay fine longer. If it's summer be sure to keep them in a cooler and don't store for more than a day. I have used a sandwich maker, if you don't have one they can be made on a flat pan on the stove top too.
I have mostly cooked them for road trips but they make a great breakfast or evening snack as well.
1 cup basic potato stuffing
6 slices bread
Butter for brushing
Pepper jack cheese slices (optional)
Coriander chutney (optional)
Make 3 portions out of the filling. Apply chutney on one side of the bread and evenly spread one portion of the filling. Top with a slice of cheese and finish the sandwich with another slice of bread. Butter the outer sides of the sandwich. Place in the sandwich maker and grill till golden brown. Serve hot with tea or pack in aluminum foil and enjoy on the trip!