Bombay Sandwich | Street Food Recipes | Sandwich Recipes

Super delicious snack, street food style Bombay sandwich
08/28/2017 6:26:41 PM vindhyadesai

Bombay Sandwich

Sandwiches can be made in many ways, however which way they are made, they are super yummy! Like these street food speciality Bombay sandwich. These are loaded with fun vegetables like boiled sliced potatoes, green capsicum (bell pepper), tomatoes, cucumber.
But the main tang and kick comes from the pudina chutney made fresh to smear on these sandwiches. A sprinkling of chaat masala seals the deal. Bombay sandwich is moist, crunchy and very very delicious. Different variations of Bombay sandwich do exist and they are made in every place.

Fond memories of eating this fun Bombay sandwich is in Mumbai of course and also from a famous street style food joint in Bangalore (Cool Joint)! Grated beetroot, sev, grated paneer, grated cheese etc are also added as additional fillings.
Bombay sandwich makes for a fun Sunday evening snack! It can be made with white, brown or multi-grain seeded bread but it should be soft bread and not crusty and of course it should be fresh. Serve with ketchup and savour the fun!
Try other sandwiches from FOI, avocado grilled red bell pepper sandwich, ALT sandwich, spinach and corn cheese sandwich etc. Try other snacks from FOI!

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Super delicious snack, street food style Bombay sandwich
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Recipe type: Snack
Cuisine: Indian
Serves: 3 big sandwiches
Ingredients
  • 6 slices of bread
  • Butter to toast
  • Chaat masala to sprinkle as required
  • Black pepper powder to sprinkle as required
  • ½ Cup grated paneer
  • 3 Tbsp ketchup
  • 1 tomato
  • ½ Capsicum
  • ½ boiled potato
  • A small piece of cucumber
  • ½ onion
For Chutney:
  • ½ Cup packed pudina
  • ¼ Cup packed coriander
  • 1 garlic
  • 1 piece ginger
  • Sprinkle rock salt
  • Lemon/lime juice (optional)
Method
  1. Firstly let's make chutney. Add all ingredients to mixer jar
  2. Make a chutney by adding little water. Keep aside
  3. Next slice boiled potato, cucumber, tomato, green capsicum (bell pepper) and onions into roundels
  4. Grate paneer and keep aside
  5. Lightly butter bread slices and toast them till light golden
  6. To assemble sandwiches, spread some pudina chutney all over a bread slice
  7. Place a few green capsicum slices and tomato slices
  8. Sprinkle little chaat masala all over
  9. Place a few cucumber slices and some boiled potato slices
  10. Sprinkle on some black pepper powder
  11. Next place a few onion roundels
  12. Spread grated paneer all over
  13. Apply ketchup to another slice
  14. Close lid of sandwich ketchup face side down over the sandwich base
  15. Further toast the sandwich till golden and crisp
  16. Slice or cut, serve hot with ketchup
Notes
Paneer is optional, cheese may also be added

Adjust spice for the chutney as per your taste, you can make it spicier if you want

Use any kind of bread you like, here I have used seeded organic wholemeal bread

Grill the sandwich if you want

Bombay Sandwich Stepwise:
Firstly let's make chutney. Add all ingredients to mixer jar
Make a chutney by adding little water. Keep aside
Next slice boiled potato, cucumber, tomato, green capsicum (bell pepper) and onions into roundels
Grate paneer and keep aside
Lightly butter bread slices and toast them till light golden
To assemble sandwiches, spread some pudina chutney all over a bread slice
Place a few green capsicum slices and tomato slices
Sprinkle little chaat masala all over
Place a few cucumber slices and some boiled potato slices
Sprinkle on some black pepper powder
Next place a few onion roundels
Spread grated paneer all over
Apply ketchup to another slice
Close lid of sandwich ketchup face side down over the sandwich base
Further toast the sandwich till golden and crisp
Slice or cut, serve hot with ketchup

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