aloo toast sandwich recipe | chaat style aloo toast sandwich recipe

by dassana amit updated January 30, 2014

chaat style toast sandwich recipe: aloo toast sandwich recipe

this chaat style aloo toast sandwich is not only an easy and yummy sandwich recipe but also a special recipe. for the first time i am posting a recipe which is contributed by a regular reader of this blog.

i thank swetha tipparaju for sharing this easy & tasty recipe with all of us. she has also shared some more recipes which i will post in the coming days.

this toast sandwich recipe is different from the one i make as there is no green chutney applied to the breads. plus the aloos/potatoes are just mashed and not tempered with any spices.

we all at home liked the chaat style toast sandwich, when i made it. it sort of just melted in the mouth. great to have as a quick breakfast, snack or brunch with masala chai… thanks to swetha…..

whenever i have toast sandwiches with mashed aloos or veggies, i am transported back to my good old mumbai college days, where i would have toast sandwiches many times in a week.

the sandwich wala near my college would make nice bombay veg sandwiches and the dosa wala would make yummy dosas. so sandwiches or dosa were everyday lunch.

chaat style aloo sandwich

the aloo toast sandwich recipe is very easy to make. if you have leftover mashed aloos/potatoes, then its easy, as no boiling and mashing the aloos is needed… you can make these sandwiches with either brown bread or white bread. we always use brown bread, as obviously its a healthier option than white bread.

so lets begin aloo toast sandwich recipe:

1. add coriander leaves, chaat masala, chili powder, cumin powder and salt to the mashed aloos/potatoes. mix these spice powders and coriander leaves with the mashed aloos.

stuffed aloo mixture

2. apply some butter on the bread slices. not necessary, but you can always have some butter on the bread :-) ….. the next comes the cheese – either top up the bread with grated cheese or apply cheese spread or soft cheese. be generous :-)…. i applied cheese spread on the both the bread slices. now top up one slice of bread with the mashed aloo mixture.

chaat style aloo sandwich

3. you can also add some veggie slices on top of the mashed aloos, like tomato or onion or beetroot or capsicum slices or a combo of the veggies. a suggestion would also be to use sprouted mung beans as a topping.


4. if using grated cheese, then add a little cheese on the mashed aloos/potatoes. cover with the buttered bread and toast or grill the sandwich. once the sandwich is browned from both the sides, remove from the sandwich maker. apply some butter on the hot sandwiches.

have these tasty chaat style toast sandwiches with tomato ketchup or coriander mint chutney. serve the aloo toast sandwiches hot.

aloo sandwich

if you are looking for similar recipes then do check chana masala toast sandwich, cheese chilli toast, veg masala toast sandwich, sesame veg toast recipe, sooji/rava toast recipe and paneer veg sandwich.

chaat style aloo toast sandwich recipe below:

chaat style aloo cheese toast sandwich recipe
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Recipe type: breakfast
Cuisine: indian
Serves: 6
  • 12 slices of brown bread or white bread
  • 4-5 medium size potatoes, boiled, peeled and mashed
  • 1 tsp chaat masala
  • 1 tsp red chili powder
  • 1 tsp cumin powder/jeera powder
  • ½ cup chopped coriander leaves
  • 2 cups grated cheese or 6 cheese slices or cheese spread
  • butter for the sandwich (optional)
  • any veggie slices of your choice (optional)
  • salt or black salt to taste
  1. mix chopped coriander leaves, chaat masala, red chili powder, cumin powder, salt with the mashed potatoes. add more of the spice powders if you want some more spice and tanginess.
  2. on slices of bread, apply butter.
  3. now apply cheese spread or top up with some grated cheese or place a cheese slice.
  4. add the mashed potato mixture on top of the cheese.
  5. top up the mashed potato with a little grated cheese
  6. cover with another buttered bread slice.
  7. if not using grated cheese, apply cheese spread on both the bread slices.
  8. any veggie of your choice can also be added to the sandwich.
  9. toast or grill the sandwich till browned and crisp.
  10. spread some butter on the hot toast sandwich and serve aloo toast sandwich hot with green chutney or tomato ketchup.
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Serving size: 6

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Vishnu Prasad February 25, 2013 1



Vishnu Prasad February 25, 2013 2

I got what I wanted and couldn’t get in any other website – Excellent recipies, I love it!!!


dassana February 26, 2013 3

thanks vishnu.


Fahad Khan (@PharaohKhan) October 10, 2012 4

Just having a quick loot at your site before I go to bed,it is a treasure of recipes!Will have a more thorough look tomorrow!


dassana October 10, 2012 5

thanks fahad.


Priyanka Nagar September 20, 2012 6

Great recipe! Tried it today and loved it. So easy to make and very delicious. Thanks for sharing!


dassana September 20, 2012 7

welcome priyanka :-)


Mehak August 23, 2012 8

Hello Mam,

Can you please share how to make aloo ke katori. I really need to know please.


dassana August 24, 2012 9

aloo ki katori… i know this but never tried at home. it is basically used to fill with chaat… i will try to add this recipe.


Mehak August 24, 2012 10

Please add soon… I really need to know… n thank you so much for reply … :) love ur recipes n site a lottt


Mehak August 25, 2012 11

Hello Mam,

I tried the katori at home…n it became awesome….
Mam r u from AOL family…
if yes then i must say “JGD”

love u byeeee


dassana August 25, 2012 12

JGD to you too mehak.
i am not from AOL family, but i have done the basic kriya course from AOL. though, some of my friends are from AOL.


anu April 4, 2012 13

wow..we brought a new sandwich toaster.Tired of western sandwiches.Gonna try this indian version and let u know the result


dassana April 4, 2012 14

sure anu. do let me know.


Viraj December 24, 2011 15

It is indeed very tasty & satisfies the cravings for street food without the health risks. Most importantly for me my 5 yr old niece absolutely loved it, which is something, since she’s very picky about food in general. Thanks a lot Dassana & Swetha.
PS: I added a bit of finely chopped onion in the mix as well


dassana December 25, 2011 16

thanks viraj.


Deeps @ Naughty Curry December 18, 2011 17

Looks yummy, totally reminded me of my mom’s stuffed hochpoch sandwich (thats what she used to call it!) :)


dassana December 25, 2011 18

thanks deeps.


Bhanu Priya December 4, 2011 19

It is really yummy


Maria November 17, 2011 20

Loved them it looks yum… I have tried such sandwiches in Mumbai!


dassana November 18, 2011 21

i know maria…. now its time to try them at home…. clean and hygienic… :-)