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Bombay Vegetable Sandwich Recipe

by Sonia on September 30, 2009

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This quick and no cooking sandwich goes as a snack, lunch or dinner in my home. The only thing is to prepare a versatile Green Chutney match perfect with this Vegetable Sandwich. Except the butter, this sandwich is very healthy and satisfying. Of course, you can use low-fat margarine or any other spread but nothing can beat the awesome taste of butter.

Feel free to use any other vegetable and greens as per your choice. I used boiled potato, cucumber and tomato.

Bombay Vegetable Sandwich Recipe
 
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Recipe type: appetizer, snacks
Ingredients
  • White sandwich bread, trimmed the edges – as much as you want
  • 2 Boiled potato – round sliced
  • 1 Cucumber – round sliced ( I used Lebanese one)
  • 2 small Tomatoes – round sliced
  • Butter – at room temperature
  • Black pepper & Salt
  • Chaat Masala powder (Available from Indian store)
  • Tomato Ketchup

  • For Green Chutney:
  • 1 bunch of Coriander leaves including stems
  • 2-3 Green Chillies, I used frozen Indian variety -- use lees or more to adjust your spice level.
  • 2 tbsp Peanuts
  • 1 small wedge of Ginger
  • ¼ cup fresh Mints leaves or 2 tbsp dry leaves
  • 1 tsp Sugar
  • Salt - to taste
  • 2 tbsp fresh Lemon juice
  • 1 cup Water
Instuctions
  1. Making green chutney: Grind all the ingredients into smooth paste and keep aside. It should be neither too runny nor thick but easy to spread. However, the fresh tastes best, but you can store in air-tight container for 2 days in refrigerator.
  2. Making sandwich: Place one slice of trimmed bread on flat surface like chopping board or something. Spread butter generously.
  3. Arrange 1-2 slices of potato, cucumber and tomato on bread and sprinkle some salt, pepper and chat masala powder on top of it.
  4. Drizzle some tomato ketch up. Spread a tbsp of green chutney on another slice of bread and place it down on top of vegetables.
  5. You can cut it in half triangle shape for easy to bite. Serve immediately.
  6. Make other sandwich.
  7. Enjoy!

  • i would call this the bombay sandwich….mostly our breakfast on weekdays..i love it..lekin have never used peanuts in my chutney, will definitely try this twist ;)

    • Yeah, you are right. Use peanuts in green chutney, it will boost the whole taste. :)

  • who would say no to a good sandwich eh? :) lovely colours!

    • Thank you! :)

  • hmm, super !! its in my archive , a bit different from urs :)

    • Thanks. Waiting for your version. :)

  • You just took me back to my teenage days where this used to be my fav almost to an obsessive degree!Delicious looking,Sonu!

    • Thank you Shri :)

  • Reminds me of my days at NM College, Juhu, the sandwichwala also used to add an ‘orange’ pumpkin sauce from a bottle, bec ‘tomato’ ketchup was too expensive.

    • Thanks for stopping by. :)

  • lovely click as well as healthy delicious sandwich…liked the filling of it..will do this next time…

    • Thank you Sushma. :)

  • Lovely and refreshing colors..who would say no to this kind of sandwich,..yummy..:).

    • Thank you Pratibha. :)

  • yummy!!! wowowowow

  • Hmmm looks so yummy!

    • Thanks Parita.

  • Reminds me of all the yummy sandwich stalls on the road in Bombay & Pune:-) I miss them. This is a regular at my home as i ALWAYS have the chutney in the freezer.

    • Really? Having a green chutney in fridge is nice idea. I would love to have some chat-pati chutney in my daily lunch/dinner. :)

  • That looks so good! Perfect for a quick lunch!

    • Yeah…it is. :)

  • Sonu,
    I am completely in love with your blog and it is definitely going into my favourites. The pics are mind blowing and I love your choice of dishes too. Great ! Keep sharing more such wonderful dishes

    • Welcome Anupama! Many thanks for your sweet words. :)

  • Yummy!!

    • Thanks Suma for stopping by! :)

  • Aboslutely love the picture – the colors, the background, the presentation, the sandwich, everything! :)
    Love the roadside gaadiwala sandwiches in Bombay. Gonna do this soon!

    • Thanks you Vani for your sweet words! :)

  • Superb blog Sonu. All the dishes looks so yummy.. I think you have just started the food blog… Keep posting yummy recipes so that it will help us.. All the best..

    • Thank you Hema for stopping by! Thanks for your words too. :) Yes, I have started blogging just couple of months back and I post my recipes with good gap. :) Will try to post more recipes.

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