Toasted Samosa Sandwich, Mumbai Roadside Recipe


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Samosa Sandwich ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes )

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An all-time favourite Mumbai roadside recipe, the Toasted Samosa Sandwich is made with commonly available ingredients and regular bread, so that you can conjure it up anytime you want!

Here, bread is buttered, lined with green chutney and sandwiched with a flattened samosa. Crunchy and juicy veggies and a sprinkling of sandwich masala add more josh to this scrumptious snack. Finally, the sandwich is toasted – to boost the flavours as well as to hold the ingredients together.

The Toasted Samosa Sandwich is just awesome, and can be served as an evening snack to surprise your kids when they are back from school.

Check out our recipes for Sandwich Masala and Green Chutney , so you can make everything easily at home.

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Toasted Samosa Sandwich, Mumbai Roadside Recipe recipe - How to make Toasted Samosa Sandwich, Mumbai Roadside Recipe

Preparation Time:    Cooking Time:    Total Time:     Makes 4 sandwiches
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Ingredients
8 bread slices
4 tsp butter for spreading
4 tsp green chutney
4 samosas
8 sliced onions
8 capsicum slices
1 tsp sandwich masala
1 tsp butter for brushing
2 tsp butter for greasing
2 tsp butter for topping

For Serving
tomato ketchup
green chutney
Method
  1. Place 2 bread slices on a clean, dry surface, apply ½ tsp of butter and ½ tsp of green chutney on each slice.
  2. Flatten a samosa, place it on one buttered-chutney bread slice.
  3. Arrange 2 onion slices, 2 capsicum slices and ¼ tsp of sandwich masala over the samosa.
  4. Cover it with another slice of bread, with the buttered side facing downwards and press it lightly. Spread ¼ tsp of butter evenly over the bread slice.
  5. Grease a sandwich toaster on both the sides using ½ tsp of butter.
  6. Place the sandwich in the sandwich toaster and cook on a medium flame, till it turns brown and crisp from both the sides.
  7. Cut into 6 equal pieces using a sharp knife, place it on a plate and apply ½ tsp of butter evenly over it.
  8. Repeat steps 1 to 7 to make 3 more toasts.
  9. Serve immediately with tomato ketchup and green chutney.
Accompaniments

Geela Lehsun Chutney 
Ginger Melon Juice, Ginger Watermelon Juice 

Nutrient values per sandwiche
Energy347 cal
Protein8.1 g
Carbohydrates43.8 g
Fiber5.5 g
Fat15.7 g
Cholesterol16.9 mg
Vitamin A1501.2 mcg
Vitamin B11 mg
Vitamin B20.1 mg
Vitamin B31 mg
Vitamin C252.6 mg
Folic Acid7.2 mcg
Calcium41 mg
Iron2.1 mg
Magnesium0 mg
Phosphorus0 mg
Sodium63.5 mg
Potassium89.8 mg
Zinc0.4 mg

RECIPE SOURCE : Mumbai's Roadside SnacksBuy this cookbook

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Samosa Sandwich ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes )
5
 on 08 Sep 16 09:58 AM


My fav street food is samosa sandwich, I love it when it is toasted along with spicy green chutney and vegetables The combination of samosa along with bread is what we all love a lot.
Samosa Sandwich ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes )
1
 on 08 Sep 12 11:08 AM


Don't understand the purpose of this recipe. Why not to just eat samosas? Why to add more bad carbs and fat into them and then eat them?