Bombay Sandwich – Tasty Chatpata Grilled Vegetarian Sandwich

The Grilled Bombay Sandwich is a mouthwatering vegetarian dish that captures the essence of Mumbai's bustling street food scene. This sandwich tantalizes your senses with an irresistible fusion of savory spices, fresh vegetables, and zesty chutneys, all tucked between perfectly toasted bread. Each bite is a journey through the heart of Mumbai's iconic street food culture, bringing to life the rich heritage of flavors that define this beloved dish.

Watch our recipe video for step by step instructions on how to make our Bombay Grilled Sandwich. We’ve included demonstrations and pro tips to help you out in the kitchen! For our Bombay Sandwich calories and nutrition information, see the recipe card below.

Prep Time20 minsCook Time40 minsTotal Time1 hr
DifficultyIntermediate

Ingredients:

White Bread - 8 large slices
Potatoes - 2 qty (medium)
Beet - 1 qty (medium)
Tomatoes - 2 qty (small)
Green Bell Pepper - 1 qty
Cucumber - 1 qty
Onion - 1 qty (small)
Sandwich Masala
Butter - ½ stick (softened)
Cheese - Amul or Cheddar
Bombay Sandwich Chutney

Instructions:

How to Make A Grilled Bombay Sandwich:

1) Thinly slice the boiled potatoes, boiled beets, onions, cucumber bell peppers and tomatoes. Set aside for assembling the sandwich.

2) Spread softened butter onto two large white bread slices.

3) Spread SWAD Bombay Sandwich Chutney on both slices on top of the butter.

4) Layer the sliced potato, tomato, and green bell pepper.

5) Sprinkle sandwich masala on the layered veggies.

6) Add a slice of amul or cheddar cheese (optional).

7) Layer the sliced cucumber, onion, and beets.

8) Sprinkle sandwich masala on the layered veggies.

9) Add another slice of amul or cheddar cheese (optional).

PRO TIP: Mix it up! Add whatever sliced veggies or cheese you like the most.

10) Add the 2nd slice of bread on top (chutney side down).

11) On a grill press or pan on low heat, add butter followed by the Bombay sandwich.

12) Cook for about 8 minutes (until golden brown), flip, and continue cooking for an additional 5-8 minutes. Once both sides are golden brown and the cheese is melted, your grilled Bombay sandwich is done!

13) Cut the sandwich in half and serve with a side of ketchup, chutney, or whatever sauce you prefer. Enjoy!

Ingredients

 White Bread - 8 large slices
 Potatoes - 2 qty (medium)
 Beet - 1 qty (medium)
 Tomatoes - 2 qty (small)
 Green Bell Pepper - 1 qty
 Cucumber - 1 qty
 Onion - 1 qty (small)
 Sandwich Masala
 Butter - ½ stick (softened)
 Cheese - Amul or Cheddar
 Bombay Sandwich Chutney

Directions

How to Make A Grilled Bombay Sandwich:
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1) Thinly slice the boiled potatoes, boiled beets, onions, cucumber bell peppers and tomatoes. Set aside for assembling the sandwich.

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2) Spread softened butter onto two large white bread slices.

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3) Spread SWAD Bombay Sandwich Chutney on both slices on top of the butter.

4

4) Layer the sliced potato, tomato, and green bell pepper.

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5) Sprinkle sandwich masala on the layered veggies.

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6) Add a slice of amul or cheddar cheese (optional).

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7) Layer the sliced cucumber, onion, and beets.

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8) Sprinkle sandwich masala on the layered veggies.

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9) Add another slice of amul or cheddar cheese (optional).

PRO TIP: Mix it up! Add whatever sliced veggies or cheese you like the most.

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10) Add the 2nd slice of bread on top (chutney side down).

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11) On a grill press or pan on low heat, add butter followed by the Bombay sandwich.

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12) Cook for about 8 minutes (until golden brown), flip, and continue cooking for an additional 5-8 minutes. Once both sides are golden brown and the cheese is melted, your grilled Bombay sandwich is done!

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13) Cut the sandwich in half and serve with a side of ketchup, chutney, or whatever sauce you prefer. Enjoy!

Bombay Sandwich – Tasty Chatpata Grilled Vegetarian Sandwich
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