Chutney Sandwich, Green Chutney Sandwich Roadside Recipe
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chutney sandwich recipe | is a peppy sandwich that is sure to remind you of your favourite street foods. Learn how to make Mumbai roadside sandwich.
To make chutney sandwich, first make the sandwich. Combine the coriander, spinach, bread slice, green chillies, lemon juice and salt in a mixer jar and blend along with 2½ tbsp water into a smooth paste. Keep aside. Then assemble the sandwich. Place 2 bread slices on a clean, dry surface, spread ½ tsp of butter on each bread slice and spread it evenly. Spread ½ tsp of green chutney on each bread slice and spread it evenly. Sprinkle a little chaat masala evenly over both the buttered-chutney bread slices, finally cover with a buttered-chutney side facing downwards and press it lightly. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to make 9 more sandwiches. Cut each sandwich diagonally into 2 portions and serve.
In this easy-to-make Bombay sandwich, bread slices are buttered and sandwiched with a vibrant green chutney that strikes a spicy conversation with your taste buds! Without any use of veggies, this delectable sandwich is one of the favourite dish often has an end to vegetable sandwich or grilled sandwich.
You can also prepare this quick plain chutney sandwich as a snack any time you are hungry or relish it in the evening with a cup of tea. Alternatively, you can store this in a dry, airtight container and carry it along for tiffin – it will stay fresh for at least 3 hours.
The heart of this Mumbai roadside sandwich is the green chutney. This chutney is not only made with coriander but it has a touch of spinach in it. This lends a bright green colour along with a flavour to this chutney. Further the use of bread enhances its texture, consistency and taste. Adjust the use of green chillies as per your spice preference.
Tips for chutney sandwich. 1. Make the green chutney fresh if possible as this is always more flavoursome. 2. Use of fresh bread slices is also equally important in making this chutney sandwich.
You can also try other sandwiches like Besan Chila Sandwich or Green Pea and Cucumber Sandwich.
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- Combine all the ingredients along with 2½ tbsp water in a mixer and blend into a smooth paste. Keep aside.
- To make chutney sandwich, place 2 bread slices on a clean, dry surface, spread ½ tsp of butter on each bread slice and spread it evenly.
- Spread ½ tsp of green chutney on each bread slice and spread it evenly. Sprinkle a little chaat masala evenly over both the buttered-chutney bread slices, finally cover with a buttered-chutney side facing downwards and press it lightly.
- Repeat steps 1 and 2 to make 9 more sandwiches.
- Cut each chutney sandwich diagonally into 2 portions and serve.
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Chutney Sandwich, Green Chutney Sandwich Roadside Recipe recipe with step by step photos
Like Chutney Sandwich, Green Chutney Sandwich. Chutneys are an important part of the Indian roadside food. Just like the vadapav is incomplete without spicy lehusun ki chutney and samosa is incomplete without imli chutney, the Mumbai roadside sandwich is incomplete without the green chutney. While there are numerous variations to the green chutney recipe, this one is the closest to the street-style spicy green chutney. If you enjoyed this green chutney recipe for sandwich, do try our other green chutney recipes like : ·
For preparing the spicy Green Chutney For Sandwich, first wash and clean the coriander leaves. Dhania is widely used in Indian cuisine and also consists of many health benefits. You can read about the health facts of corainder leaves.
Roughly Chop the coriander leaves, measure ½ cup and keep aside. You can make use of tender stalks of coriander too.
Similarly, clean and wash palak bunch. Remove the thick stem.
Chop the spinach leaves, measure 2 tbsp and keep aside. Though added in such less quantity, the palak patta enhances the green colour and adds a volume to the Sandwich Green Chutney.
Torn one bread slice into pieces and keep aside. We have used white bread slice but, you can also use brown bread slice or just the bread crust trimmings. Freshly grated coconut can also be used as a substitute. Overall, this addition makes the sandwich chutney thick and creamy.
Roughly chop the green chillies. You can increase or decrease the quantity as per the spice level you can handle.
In a mixer jar, transfer the coriander leaves.
Add the spinach leaves.
Also, add the bread slice pieces.
Finally, add the green chillies and lemon juice. Lemon juice not only reduces the heat but, also helps maintain green colour.
Add the salt
Combine all the ingredients along with 2½ tbsp water in a mixer.
For making the sandwich chutney, blend into a smooth paste. Keep aside. Our Green Chutney for Sandwich is ready!
To make the Chutney Sandwich, place 2 bread slices on a clean, dry surface. You can also make use of whole wheat bread or multigrain bread if you like. Our website has recipes for homemade bread like the white bread loaf , brown bread loaf and masala bread loaf .You can trim the edges of the bread slice if you want.
Spread ½ tsp of butter on each bread slice and spread it evenly. To prevent bread from getting soggy, apply generous amount of butter. This will prevent the bread slice from soaking excess moisture from the chutney.
Spread ½ tsp of green chutney on each bread slice and spread it evenly.
add the chaat masala for sprinkling
Finally cover with a buttered-chutney side facing downwards and press it lightly.
Cut each Chutney Sandwich diagonally into 2 portions and serve.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 to make 9 more Green Chutney Sandwiches. You can even add cheese & toast the bread to make Chutney Cheese Toast.
You can use the Bombay sandwich chutney recipe to make Veg Toast Sandwich , Vegetable Grill Sandwich, Cheese Masala Toast
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