Mumbai Veg Grill Sandwich | Without Grill Machine | Sandwich Masala & Chutney | Chef Sanjyot Keer

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Full written recipe for Grill sandwich

Prep time: 15-20 minutes
Cooking time: 5-7 minutes
Serves: 3-4 people

Special sandwich masala
Whole spices
Jeera (cumin seeds) 2 tbsp
Cloves 1 tsp
Peppercorns 1 tbsp
Fennel seeds 1 tbsp
Powdered spices
Amchur powder 1 tbsp
Anardana powder 1 tbsp
Ginger powder ½ tsp
Hing ½ tsp
Black salt 1 tbsp
Salt 4 tbsp
Set a pan on medium heat, add the whole spice, dry roast them until fragrant, take it off from the gas and allow it to cool down.
Transfer the roasted spices to a grinding jar, further add the powdered spices and salt, grind it well into a fine powder.
Your special sandwich masala is ready, use it accordingly and store it in an airtight container in a cool and dry place.
Please do make this masala to give your sandwich it’s distinct flavour, as the vegetables are bland in taste and this special sandwich masala has more of salt content which balances the flavour, if you do not wish to stretch the process of making this you can simply add 2 parts of chaat masala and 1 part of salt, this will do the work.

For making special spicy sandwich chutney
Fresh Coriander leaves 1 big bunch
Spinach 6-7 leaves (blanched)
Green chillies 10-12 nos.
Garlic 5-6 cloves
Fresh Curry leaves 10-12 nos.
Sandwich masala ½ tsp
Salt to taste
Roasted chana dal 1 tbsp
Ice cubes
Wash the coriander leaves well and transfer it to the grinding jar, you can also choose to use coriander stems as they too are full of flavours, add the remaining ingredients, grind well into a fine paste.
Make sure the chutney should be thick enough to apply on the bread. Your chutney is ready to be used as a spread on your sandwich, you can also store it in an airtight container and refrigerate it for couple of days.
You must have noticed the quantity of chillies used is too much for making this special spicy sandwich chutney, but this gives the special character to the sandwich, reason being, there’s lot of moisture in the chutney so the chefs and the street vendors just apply it little bit so the sandwich gets its spicy taste and they don’t have to apply too much which apparently makes the bread soggy.
Tip: street vendors use breadcrumbs to thicken the chutney, but as we are making this back at home chana dal is a perfect substitute to thicken the chutney. If you wish to add breads to it, you can add one bread slice to make it thick.

For sandwich special garlic chutney
Kashmiri red chillies 8-10 nos. (soaked)
Spicy red chillies 8-10 nos. (soaked)
Garlic 8-10 cloves
Jeera powder 1 tsp
Black salt ½ tsp
Salt to taste
Lemon juice of 1 lemon
Water as required
Add all the ingredients in a grinding jar and grind to a fine paste, adjust the consistency by adding water, make sure the consistency is not too thin as the bread will absorb the moisture while applying over it and eventually make the sandwich soggy.
If in case the chutney becomes thin just add few pieces of bread slice and it’ll be thick in texture. Keep aside in the fridge until you apply for making sandwich.

Assembly for making grilled sandwich
Sandwich bread slices
Soft Butter
Sandwich special green chutney
Sandwich special red garlic chutney
Sandwich special masala
Potatoes (boiled)
Firstly, before assembling or making the sandwich, finely chop the onions & capsicum & thinly slice the tomatoes.
I’m using triangle bread for making the typical street style grilled sandwich, you can choose to use simple bread available, start by applying butter on one side of the bread slice, further apply green chutney, now grate 1 medium size boiled potato over the bread slice, sprinkle some sandwich masala add some chopped onions & some more sandwich masala, now, take another bread slice, apply butter on both the sides and apply green chutney on one side and red chutney on other side, place the green chutney side facing the onion side, place the tomato slices over the red garlic chutney side & sprinkle some sandwich masala, add some chopped capsicum and sprinkle some more sandwich masala, grate some processed cheese over it and apply butter and green chutney on another bread slice, close it to make sandwich.
Heat the griller or a grill pan until its hot, apply butter on the sandwich and grill on both the sides until the grill marks appear and its golden brown in colour.
You can tweak the addition of the ingredients as per your preference and can also grill on normal pan.
Serve hot with, ketchup, green chutney or red garlic chutney and some potato chips on side.

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Your Food Lab says:

What’s up guys! Here’s another Street-food recipe recreated in my kitchen for you! Mumbai style Veg Grill Sandwich! It’s one of the most loved street foods of Mumbai & the most two important components are the chutney & the sandwich masala, I have shown you how you can prep these easily at home. Also usually the grill sandwich is grilled using a grill machine, I have used a pan & a plate trick to cook the perfectly crisp grill sandwich which your going to love! So you don’t need any special equipment for this recipe.
Do try the recipe & let me know how did it turn out!

Menon says:

amazing. but cheese overload! hate it.

MY TEA CUP. INDIA 🇮🇳 says:

Sir I need good blender for milk shakes.. Can you please suggest me good one

Seema Premji says:

What a yummy and delicious sandwich that is 😋

parinita p says:

Wowwwwwwwwwwwwwww…👌👌👌👌👌👌 I absolutely love Grilled Sandwiches ♨️…my mom makes really good grilled sandwiches…but this looks delicious 🤤 proper Mumbai street style grilled sandwiches…I am so tempted to have this now…your whole process of preparation is so perfect…neat 🧑🏻‍🍳👌👌👌🙌👏👏…your recipes are very very good ..👌👌👌👌👌

Pooja Sawant says:

I love the way u cooking sanjyot

usha mehta says:

Superb aap bhot achy say explain karty ho nd soft talking

Anil Mayekar says:


Rathod Vikrambhai says:

Tnx bro,very easy recipe & it's testy 😃😃

Ranjan Jadeja says:

Bahut hi badhiya Shailesh Banaya Hai Aapne

Pedada Srivani says:

Bro bahut achhalaga very simpel rispe

Maria Pereira says:

Lovely and delicious sandwiches. Could u pl tell me the name of the mixture grinder u are using.

Angel Eram says:

Really love the way you cook… And the presentations are always awesome….

Malkhan Singh says:

Sandwich masala kaise banaye

Sapna Shroff says:

why use ice cubes when grinding the chutney? is there any specific reason behind it?

Anuja Badgujar says:

I made this sandwich today and it turned out good.Some modifications you should take into consideration
1)You should put 2 tbsp of salt instead of 4 tbsp in sandwich masala otherwise it turns very salty.
2)In green chutney,reduce the amount of coriander to half because it gives a very strong coriander taste to the sandwich ,because the chutney doesn’t have pudina to nullify the strong taste of coriander.
3)Take 5-6 green chillies in green chutney instead of 10-12 or else it will turn extremely spicy.

Travel Vlogs & Cooking says:

I love each n everything in u not only cooking. ❤️💜❤️💜💜

ashwini panhale says:

Hi I just say thanks a lot u r tell a very small thing which r very imp

Sahil Kumar says:

Osmmm thanx. I will be try this

Extinct says:

Sir you are the best chef ,,, explain so well , love your recipe

Ikra Ashraf says:

Your cooking is amazing

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