Bread Recipes,

Bombay Vegetable Sandwich / Bombay Sandwich

September 12, 2016 Motions and Emotions 12 Comments

By name only you can understand the origin of Bombay Sandwich. It is a popular street food of Mumbai. A green chutney is being used in this Bombay sandwich which actually makes the sandwich lip-smacking. We have a story behind this Bombay sandwich. Me and my husband have lot of differences in our views at times but we both are foodie though we have our own choice of foods. We go to fine dine restaurants and we also experiment with street foods. After our marriage when I came down to Bangalore, weekend we used to go to a nearby park and there was a man who used sell this Bombay Sandwich. One day curiously we tried this and it was just awesome. And after that Bombay Sandwich became the priority and later we used to go to park. That's why we realized priority changes with time :P

Later when we left that area and shifted to a different place we couldn't find  another Bombay Sandwichwala. We really miss the sandwich he used prepare, it's true some people really have magic in their hands and can make the food tasty just like that!! Now I prepare it at my kitchen so here is how to make Bombay Sandwich. 

  


Bombay Vegetable Sandwich / Bombay Sandwich
Ingredients

Sandwich bread slices – 8
Butter – as required
Potato – 2 small, boiled and cut into roundales
Cucumber – 1 medium, cut into roundales
Onion – 1 medium, cut into roundales
Capsicum – ½ medium, cut into roundales
Tomatoes – 2 small, cut into roundales
Roasted Cumin Powder - 1 teaspoon
Black Salt - 1 teaspoon
Chaat Masala - 11/2 teaspoon
Lemon Juice - squeezed from one lemon
Green chutney - 2 to 3 tablespoon

Procedure

1. Apply butter on the one side of  the bread slices evenly and very well.
2. On the other side apply the coriander chutney to the slices.
3. Now place all the veggie slices one by one and sprinkle the black salt and chaat masala on top.
cover the sandwich with the other bread slices.


4. Take a toaster and toast it on Gas flame or you can toast them either in your sandwich maker or nonstick pan.



5. Slice the sandwich into triangles and rectangles and serve with green chutney and tomato ketchup.


12 comments:

  1. Bombay sandwich is so delicious.. love it.

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  2. Hi Amrita
    Bombay sandwich is my all time favourite too and this looks so inviting !

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  3. Such an healthy breakfast that comes handy on a busy working day ..

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  4. Nice. Its definitely a bomb from Bombay and from your kitchen.

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  5. Bombay sandwich is always yum! This one looks so delicious.

    Anu
    http://www.mygingergarlickitchen.com/

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  6. Love the filling in the Bombay sandwich! Would love to try it soon!

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  7. Love this from childhood...looks so tempting

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  8. super.. U know I have this scheduled for next week. ;-) Love your version pa. very nice

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