Recipe of Mumbai Vegetable Masala Toast Sandwich

Mumbai Vegetable sandwich| Mumbai Masala Toast Sandwich. It is one of most famous street food snacks like Masala Dosa, Bhel puri, Pani Puri, Vada Pav, Pav bhaji, and yes sandwich that holds unique place for foodies. The Mumbai Sandwich is full of vegetables, toast, melted cheese, and crunchy in texture with spicy green chutney that create a uniqueness itself in the flavour of Mumbai Sandwich.

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Mostly the 3 layered sandwiches were offered by food shop and various food vendors in Mumbai. it is one of most famous sandwiches in Mumbai city. and yes, Mumbai city is very famous for its street food and city is also called city of dreams. Whether it’s tea time, Breakfast time, or any free time Sandwich is perfect option for street snacks and this is something special; it is called Mumbai Sandwich.

In Mumbai city you will often see a road side stalls sells variety of toast sandwich. The toast sandwich gives nice crunchy texture, better smoked flavour, and taste is very delicious & awesome that often serves with spicy green chutney and tomato ketchup.

In this Blog Post, I will be sharing the Recipe of Mumbai Vegetable Masala Toast Sandwich that can be made at home too. So, below is the Recipe card you can find out what ingredients to be used in making of Mumbai vegetable masala toast sandwich.

The Recipe card was made in Microsoft word.

Steps for making Mumbai Vegetable Masala Grilled Sandwich

  • Take 3 fresh sliced bread from any local store, that is available at near you.
  • To the one side of all 3 breads apply butter. 

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  • Now, take any 2 bread and apply green chutney and spread it properly on one side of bread and on one bread apply schezwan sauce. 
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  • Add sliced tomato on top of Bread where, you have applied the green chutney on bread.
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  • Now, add sliced cucumber on top of Tomato.
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  • Also, add chopped green capsicum pieces.
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  • Now, for some better flavours sprinkle oregano and chili flakes seasoning on top of all vegetables. You can also use chaat masala instead of oregano and chili flakes seasoning.
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  • On top of all vegetable layers cover the layers with one sliced bread.
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  • Apply butter on top of sliced bread.
  • Now, take another bread and apply schezwan sauce and spread it nicely.
  • Add potato filling on second layer of bread.
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  • Now add handful of grated cheese on top of potato filling.
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  • Cover the potato filling with one sliced bread where you have applied schezwan sauce. 
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  • Now your 3-layer vegetable masala toast sandwich is ready to toast as in Mumbai style.
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  • Now take, Non-Stick Gas Toaster and toast your sandwich until it becomes brown.
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  • Here, I am using non-stick gas toaster because it gives nice crunch to the sandwich and gives immense smoked flavour of Sandwich.
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  • You can also use sandwich maker for making of Mumbai vegetable masala sandwich. 

The gas toaster is very convenient to use and are easy to clean and handle. It is designed to make toast sandwich directly on gas stove.

Steps for making Potato fillings

  • Heat the oil in broad non-stick pan, add mustard seeds, cumin seeds, and sauté on medium flame for few seconds.
  • Add the asafoetida, turmeric powder, bit of green chili, curry leaves and sauté on medium flame for few seconds.
  • Add boil potato in pan, mix well and cook well on medium flame for 1-2 minutes. 

Steps for making Green Chutney

  • In a small mixer grinder, take roughly chopped coriander.
  • Add groundnut and freshly grated coconut. It gives a nice texture and thickness and flavour of groundnut.
  • Add chopped garlic and chopped green chillies that provide pepperiness to green chutney.
  • At last add salt as per taste and bit of lemon juice that will give sweet and sour taste to green chutney
  • Add ¼ cup of water and blend it well in grinder until it becomes smooth in texture.
  • Finally, your green chutney is ready to spread on sliced bread.
Now, your delicious, flavourful and appetizing Mumbai Vegetable Masala Toast Sandwich is ready to eat.  Serve with green chutney or tomato ketchup with some chips and enjoy your delicious Mumbai Vegetable Masala Toast Sandwich at your home. If you add cheese on top of your sandwich it will make it cheesier for foodies who love to eat cheese.

“Give me a good sharp knife and good sharp cheese and I’m a happy man.” – George R. R. Martin.

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