Bombay Sandwich
A classic street food delight - Toasted bread sandwich filled with spiced aloo potatoes & finished with tangy green chutney.
20 mins
25 mins
4 slices of whole grain bread<br> 2 boiled Potatoes (aloo)<br>1 Green Chilli<br>1/2 tsp Chaat Masala<br>1/2 tsp Garam Masala (can use Curry Powder as an alternative)<br>1/2 tsp Turmeric Powder<br>A handful of Fresh Coriander<br>2 tbsp of Lemon Juice<br>1 Onion<br>1 Tomato<br>Butter for toasting<br>Salt to taste.
<div class="method_step"><div class="method_num">1</div>Start by making the potato filling. Mash the boiled potatoes and mix with chopped green chilli, chaat masala, garam masala, turmeric powder, fresh coriander, lemon juice and salt.<br> <div class="method_step"><div class="method_num">2</div>Spread this filling generously onto a slice of the bread.<br><div class="method_step"><div class="method_num">3</div>On another slice, layer thinly sliced onions and tomatoes. Season with a bit of chaat masala.<br><div class="method_step"><div class="method_num">4</div>Now, place the slice with the onion and tomato on top of the slice with the potato filling.<br><div class="method_step"><div class="method_num">5</div>Spread butter on the outside of both slices of the sandwich.<br><div class="method_step"><div class="method_num">6</div>Toast the sandwich using a sandwich toaster until it's crispy and golden brown. Serve hot with green chutney on the side.
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