Mumbai Toast Sandwich
This toast sandwich dish is one I enjoy making when the holiday blues start to set in and I want to feel disconnected from my everyday responsibilities.
what to expect!
You'll enjoy this dish since it's tasty, nutritious, and provides options for whether one item may be missed or added!
– 12 Slices of White Bread for Sandwiches – 12 tsp of Butter either Salted or Unsalted (as preferred) – 3 tsp Chaat Masala – 1.5 tsp Cracked Black Pepper – Salt to taste
For the vegetables – 300 g White Potatoes Boiled – 2 Medium Tomatoes – 1 Medium Red Onion – 2 Medium Preboiled Beetroots – 1 Bell Pepper
For the Green Chutney – 10 g Coriander Stem – ½ tsp Chaat Masala – 1 Green Chili Washed – ½ tsp Lemon Juice – 1 Garlic Clove – ½ Slice of White Bread – Salt and Water to Taste
Vegetables for Toast Sandwich
Sliced vegetables ready for the Sandwich
Buttered bread slices
Apply Green chutney on the bread slices
First layer of Potatoes, sprinkle some Chaat Masala & Salt to taste
Second layer of Onions on top of the Potatoes
Third layer of Beetroots sprinkle some Chaat Masala and Salt to taste
Fourth layer of Tomatoes sprinkle some Pepper Powder
Fifth layer of Bell Peppers
In the toaster
Buttered on the other side
Toasting the Sandwich in the Toaster
Toasted - Mumbai Toast sandwich is ready to be served. Enjoy!
Your Aha! Moment
Only 305 calories in this Toast Sandwich
In the 1960s, a street hawker named Ashok Vaidya near Dadar Station invented a snack that can be eaten on the go to satisfy commuters' hunger.
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