Veg cheese sandwich is the most common type of sandwich in India. It is a purely vegetarian item (though not vegan if butter is used), and is often seen prepared and served fresh in many restaurants.
It consists of vegetable and cheese filling between two slices of white bread. The most commonly used vegetables for this sandwich are the tomato, the cucumber and the potato. Other vegetables used include beetroot and onion.
Stuffed Kulcha is a soft and fluffy Indian leavened bread which is made stuffed with seasonal vegetables. It’s also a delicious way to feed more vegetables to kids. They work well with any North Indian menu, served with Channa and Raita, or even plain with melted butter for breakfast. You could also pack it in a school lunch box along with a Paneer Curry.