Since I have stock of chaat chutneys in my fridge 24/7, I try to use them often. I often make chaat pizza posted here or love to create sandwiches. These type of sandwiches are very common street food in Bombay and sometime sold toasted with cheese in them. The sandwich that I have posted here is without cheese and is my take on the Bombay sandwich. This morning I made a few of these sandwiches for lunch and I enjoyed it a lot. It could be served easily with any kind of bread for a party as an appetizer. Next time you have some left over chutneys try this one for a midnight snack on weekends. Believe me you will have them more than often. My entry to EP Series :Herbs & Spices ,Cilantro and Cumin hosted by Erivum Puliym and to Lets Cook Speedy Snacks Event Hosted by Simply Food
Bread Slices - 2
Mint Chutney, Sweet Chutney - 1 tbsp or more as per need
Spicy Garlic Chutney - 1/8th tsp
Thinly Sliced Boiled Potatoes - 8 ( Boiled Potatoes takes 15 Minutes)
Onion - less than 1/2 a slice
Tomato - 4 slices
Cucumber - 4 Slices
Chaat Powder - a few pinches
Sev - 1 tbsp
1. Toast the bread and spread the sauces on both the slices.
2. Place 4 boiled potato slices, sprinkle with chaat powder. Then place the onions, tomatoes and cucumber slices. Top again with 4 potato slices, sprinkle with sev and cover with with the bread slice.
3. Cut diagonally and enjoy your Chaat version in bread.