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’.Growing 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.I 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.It 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.