Easy Peasy my style of Bombay Sandwich Recipe!


What is your comfort food? Well, for me it has to be sandwich. I like sandwiches of any form - be it toasted or grilled or non-grilled. I crave for Sandwiches anytime and hence the ingredients are easily available in my pantry. Sometimes, I boil potatoes and make Potato Masala Grilled Sandwich with the spicy coriander-mint chutney. OMG! So yum. And when in hurry, I always opt for the basic Club Sandwich.

Today, in this post, I will be sharing an easy peasy Bombay Sandwich Recipe. And here are the ingredients....

Easy Steps:
  • Take one slice of bread. 
  • Slather it with butter then place cucumbers, onions, slices of potatoes, tomatoes. Sprinkle some chaat masala.
  • On another bread put some bombay sandwich spread (I used K's Kitchen, you can use any).
  • Place the slice on the buttered bread slice. 
  • Spread some ketchup over the top. Garnish with sev and some chaat masala.
  • Cut in to pieces. 



Homemade Beetroot Pav Bhaji - Healthy and Delicious!

We all love Pav-Bhaji and how! One pot meal, comforting and most demanded by kids. Pav Bhaji is one with which we can make kids eat all the veggies and the fussy-eaters will also relish it without throwing any tantrums! Usually, we make pav-bhaji by boiling all the vegetables like cauliflower, potatoes, beans, carrots, peas, onions and tomatoes and then crush them to temper in lip-smacking butter!

One fine day, I was planning to make pav bhaji and I had beetroot in my pantry, so thought of adding it to my regular Pav Bhaji. Usually, I don't like the taste of raw beetroot so I add it to my tomato soup to give a dash of rich color. I boiled all the vegetables along with beetroot and followed the routine process. The color was rich and the taste too enhanced. Since, then I have started using beetroots in my Pav Bhaji.  Enjoy the delicious Pav Bhaji with the butter toasted Pav bread and chopped onions in side.

Has this ever happened to you – A bit change of adding/reducing the ingredient takes the dish to a whole new level. I have experimented in my kitchen so many times and mostly it works! Please do try it next time and let me know how it turned out! :)