Have you ever traveled on long-distance Indian trains?
In most of these trains, they serve a simple Chutney Sandwich (or sometimes Veg. Sandwich) for breakfast.
I have traveled a lot in such fun train journeys, and I can never forget those nicely wrapped fresh sandwiches.
I like Chutney sandwiches because they are quite light as compared to other deep-fried snacks. You don’t feel heavy when you have a couple of pieces along with a hot cup of tea or coffee.
Apart from long journeys, this sandwich is one such breakfast snack that you can prepare yourself and take it to college class or work.
It doesn’t require a lot of time to prepare a Chutney sandwich for your breakfast.
So, how do you make the Chutney sandwich at home?
In the following post, I have shared the Bombay Chutney Sandwich recipe. You can make some adjustments as per your taste or available ingredients.
I have also suggested some easy to make Chutney Sandwich variations in the post below, so do check them out as well.
I am sure you will love those ideas!
Chutney Sandwich Recipe
- 4 slices White/Brown Bread
- Coriander Chutney
- 20 gms Coriander Leaves cleaned and washed
- 50 gms Coconut freshly grated
- 1 Green Chili roughly chopped
- 5 gms Ginger roughly chopped
- 5 gms Garlic peeled
- Sugar as required
- Water as required
- Salt as per taste
Coriander Chutney Recipe
- Clean the Coriander Leaves and chop them roughly.
- Clean the Ginger piece and remove the outer cover. Chop it into few pieces.
- Peel the Garlic pods.
- Grate the coconut or use desiccated coconut from the store-bought package.
- Get a Mixer Grinder and put all ingredients into the mixing jar.
- Add Sugar, Water, and Salt as required.
- Grind the mixture into semi-fine consistency.
- Serve the Chutney with your favorite snacks.
Try out these variations and let me know how you like them in the comments section below.
Tomato Chutney Sandwich
The classic Onion-Tomato Chutney can be a great alternative to
You can also prepare this chutney without the Tadka. It tastes equally good.
Raw Mango Green Chutney Sandwich
Oh, this is my favorite!
Whenever I see Raw Mangos in the market, I always grab them to make the tangy Raw Mango Chutney.
Note – You don’t have to use an entire Mango for this recipe. Just a small slice would be good enough to elevate the taste of basic Green Chutney.
The recipe for this Chutney is similar to the one shared above. All you need to do is add a few pieces of Raw Mango and Sugar as needed.
This Chutney goes well with several other breakfast dishes like Idli, Medu Vada, Dosas, etc. You may also serve it as an accompaniment for Vegetable Pulao, Tawa Pulao, and Masale Bhat.