Bombay Sandwich Bombay Veggie Sandwich is a hearty, colorful and absolutely delicious.

My theme for this week’s Blogging Marathon is one my absolute favorite, ‘Make Street food at Home’. I have a ton of street food recipes from all over the world that I pinned and want to try. So for the next 3 days, I have some delicious street food recipes coming up. First up is this easy to make ‘Bombay Veggie Sandwich’.Bombay SandwichGrowing up, we rarely ate out and street food has always been something I wanted to try but never did. Also my knowledge of street food was very limited. I knew about a few chaat dishes like paani puri, aloo tikki chaat and samosa chaat. It was only after I started blogging that I found out that there’s a big culinary world of street food ready to be explored.Bombay SandwichI have a super simple but very delicious Bombay veggie sandwich today. It has colorful veggies stacked between bread slices that are generously spread with spicy-tangy green chutney. A little sprinkling of chaat masala on the veggies perks them up and makes the dish extra special.Bombay SandwichIt is quite a tall sandwich but all the ingredients work together. Boiled potato, cooked beets, crunchy cucumber, tomatoes and onions. I skipped adding onions because I am not a big fan of eating them raw. You can toast the sandwich, if you want but I liked this no fuss version better.

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Bombay Veggie Sandwich
Bombay Veggie Sandwich
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Bombay Veggie Sandwich is a hearty, colorful and absolutely delicious. It's an easy to make dish that is packed with veggies and yummy flavors.
Servings Prep Time
1 Sandwich 15 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 Sandwich 15 minutes
Bombay Veggie Sandwich
Bombay Veggie Sandwich
Yum
Print Recipe
Bombay Veggie Sandwich is a hearty, colorful and absolutely delicious. It's an easy to make dish that is packed with veggies and yummy flavors.
Servings Prep Time
1 Sandwich 15 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 Sandwich 15 minutes
Ingredients
  • 2 Brown Bread Slices
  • 1 Small Potato, boiled, peeled and thinly sliced
  • 1 Small Beet, boiled, peeled and thinly sliced
  • 1 Small Cucumber, thinly sliced
  • 1 Small Tomato, thinly sliced
  • 1 Small Red Onion, thinly sliced (optional)
  • 1 tbsp Butter, softened
  • 1 tbsp Green Chutney
  • 2 tsp chaat masala
  • 1 Cheese slices (optional)
Servings: Sandwich
Instructions
  1. Spread butter on one side of both the bread slices. Top them with green chutney.
  2. Top one of the bread slices with potato and sprinkle with little chaat masala. Layer with cucumber, beets, tomato and red onion (if using) and sprinkle each layer with some chaat masala.
  3. Top with the cheese slices and the second bread slice. Press lightly and cut the sandwich into quarters or halves. Enjoy!!
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10 thoughts on “Bombay Veggie Sandwich Recipe”

  1. There are so many versions for each dish, even for such a simple and easy dish, isn’t it? Regardless how it is prepared, these are a crowd pleaser and a filling meal as well. Even I made it last week but the grilled version.

  2. Ah ! Street food ! I am a great fan of it . I have had it ever since I can recollect eating outside food . Seriously .
    The Mumbai sandwich looks gorgeous , but they normally add a very very thin slice of raw beet root , never a cooked one ! Of course we can twist and recreate to our taste.
    Looking forward to your pinned recipes :))

  3. What a feast to the eyes and stomach. I love street food and so look forward to eating them when we go to India. Lately sandwiches from street side vendors have been my boys favorite but we like ours grilled 🙂 I will use this recipe and try the grilled version sometime soon.

  4. This is one of my favorite Mumbai street foods. In Mumbai, they usually toast it with lots and lots of Amul butter and that adds to the taste. Great choice for the theme, Pavani.

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