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Mutter Mushroom Sandwich (Mushroom Green Peas Sandwich)

Mushroom Green Peas Sandwich

Sandwiches are the go to meal when either you have less time to cook or you have less time to eat. When mixed and stuffed with the right veggies or meats they give a complete range of nutrients to the body.

As a quick fix solution, they fit into any meal be it breakfast, lunch or dinner. You could change the stuffing depending upon your appetite and taste.

Here, I am documenting Mutter mushroom Sandwich. Green peas and mushrooms are a great combination, often cooked together in gravies of India.

Hope you like the variations for them to be combined into a sandwich.

Mushroom Green Peas Sandwich Recipe

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By Serves: 4 Prep Time: 5 mins Cooking Time: 5 mins


  • 8 large slices of bread or then 16 small slices. You could use multiple varieties, I prefer multi grain most of the times
  • Button Mushrooms (regular mushrooms that you get in the market) 1 cup thinly sliced
  • Green peas / Mutter ½ cup (if frozen, thaw them till they are ready to cook)
  • Tomatoes ½ cup finely chopped
  • Olive oil 2tbsp or butter if you prefer. Mushrooms generally go well when sautéed in butter
  • 2 tbsp Mayonnaise (if you want it completely vegetarian use the eggless variety available in the market)
  • ¼ cup water
  • Dry Masalas
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • Salt to taste



Make fine slices of the mushrooms


Thaw the Green Peas if frozen


Put the pan on to the gas, let it heat up


Add some olive oil or butter as per your taste


Add the green peas and let them cook a bit for a 2 mins


Add the mushrooms in and keep mixing


Add salt and a little bit of water and let it come to a boil


Keep it on Simmer till the water has evaporated.


Please note mushrooms release a lot of water after the salt is added, so we do not want mushy mushrooms at the end. Hence, limit the use of water. It is only for the green peas to be cooked


Another way, is that, boil the green peas separately and then mix with the mushrooms. But, I prefer the way I do it described above


The mushrooms should have a bite and same should be for the green peas. They should not become very soft.


Once green peas are cooked, switch off the fire and remove the pan and pour the misture into a mixing bowl


Add the crushed black pepper


Add the tomatoes


Add the mayo once it has cooled a bit


Mix well


Toast the bread


Apply butter on both sides and add the stuffing


Serve it along with roughly chopped, ice lettuce and tomatoes and boiled potatoes if you like or even fruits for a healthy breakfast. An orange juice would go well to complete the meal.

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