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SEVPURI SANDWICH

The variety and innovative ideas that some of the food stalls/ restaurants come up with in Bombay are unbelievable. This one for instance became popular when introduced at Gupta Chaat Centre. I remember reading about this in the times of India and the recipe was quite simple, basically a grilled vegetable sandwich, topped with sweet and spicy chutney along with sev. I used 3 slices of bread for one sandwich. Made it at home today and it was an instant hit!

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This is what you’ll need

Bread slices: 12

Onions: 2 (cut into roundels)

Boiled potato: 1 (big, peeled and cut into roundels)

Boiled beetroot: 1 (big, peeled and cut into roundels) (optional)

Cucumber: 1 (cut into roundels)

Tomatoes: 2

Butter: 5tbsp

Cheese slices: 4

Baarik Sev: 1 vati

Puris: Few

Green coriander chutney: As required

Sweet date chutney: As required

Chaat masala, lemon juice and chopped coriander leaves: To garnish

Let’s get cooking

1. Apply butter to all the bread slices and keep aside. Of the 12 slices, on a pan grillĀ 4 slices and keep aside. (this slice is used in the middle)

2. Apply a little bit of coriander chutney onto one bread slice, put the onions, puri and tomatoes. Cover with the grilled bread slice. Put the boiled potato, cucumber and beetroot (if using) and a slice of cheese. Place another bread slice on the top, making sure the buttered side is on the top.

3. Prepare the rest of the sandwiches in the same way and grill on a tava or a toaster.

4. When serving sprinkle sweet chutney, green coriander chutney and the sev generously on the top

5. Garnish with chaat masala, lemon juice and chopped coriander leaves. Serve hot

sev puri sandwich

Approximate preparation and cooking time: 30 minutes

Makes: 4 sandwiches

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