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Recipe Text


    No measurements required as all are added according to taste.


    See that butter is in spreadable consistency. Wash cucumber, tomato and carrot. Grate cucumber and carrot using a large holed grater Shred tomato into thin shreds.


    Take few bread slices and remove the crusts. Apply butter on all the slices. Then apply the chat chutney on buttered bread slices. Take half of these slices and spread some grated cucumber, grated carrot and shredded tomato pieces. Sprinkle some salt and pepper powder on the bread slices. Cover these bread slices with the remaining buttered slices and press gently. Cut the sandwiches diagonally or cut from the centre into bite sized pieces and arrange them in serving plate. Serve these tasty bombay sandwiches with tomato ketchup or with the chat chutney.

    Points To Observe:

    While making bread, add water sufficiently so that the bread is neither dense nor too soft. If less water is used bread would be dense and feels heavy. If more water is used bread would be too soft and crumbles.

    See that butter is in spreadable consistency so that it spreads easily on the bread slices without tearing them.

    Usually Bombay sandwiches are made using thin slices of vegetables. When we make sandwiches using vegetable slices and have a bite, the entire slice of the vegetable comes into mouth leaving the bread slices. So I have shredded the vegetables and used so that for every bite we get the vegetable mixture.

    After removing the crusts of bread slices, chop the crusts into small pieces. To the chopped bread cubes add remaining grated cucumber, grated carrot, shredded tomato, salt, pepper, some chat chutney and some chat masala and mix well to coat evenly and serve as a tasty salad.

    The chopped crusts may be toasted till dry and ground coarsely to get bread crumbs.

    The taste of butter and chat chutney makes this sandwich special.

    Enjoy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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