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grilled sandwich recipe with step by step photos – this is another easy & healthy veg grilled sandwich recipe that can be made for a quick breakfasts and brunch. the recipe is similar to the bombay veg sandwich recipe on the blog. its the grilling that makes the difference. this is also a mumbai street food. the name of bombay has been changed to mumbai.

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in this post, i have shown the step by steps pics to make a really good grilled sandwich in an electric grill sandwich maker. you can follow this method to make any grilled sandwich. you can also use an open grill or use a stove top toaster to make these sandwiches.

grilling the veg sandwich makes the bread slices golden crisp and many people like it that way. i am personally fond of both the ways… toasting as well as grilling the sandwich. but my hubby is more fond of grilled sandwich. so its varies from person to person.

tips for making grilled sandwich recipe

  • you can use fresh bread or even a day old bread. i have used brown bread here. you can use whole wheat bread, multi grain bread or just a good healthy sandwich loaf.
  • the amount of vegetable toppings can be adjusted as per the size of the bread loaf.
  • you can add vegetables of your choice in this sandwich to make it more healthy. you can easily add boiled beetroot, capsicum (bell pepper) in it.
  • i have used coriander chutney in the sandwiches. you can use any green chutney of your choice like mint coriander chutney or even just plain mint chutney.
  • you can prepare the coriander chutney and boil the potatoes a night before and then refrigerate them. so in the morning quick hours, you just need to slice the cucumber, tomatoes etc and assemble the sandwiches.

serve this veg grill sandwich with a green chutney or tomato ketchup.

how to make veg grilled sandwich

1. prep up everything before you start with preparing the sandwiches. boil the potatoes and then slice them in rounds. chop the cucumber, tomatoes and onions in thin round slices. prepare the green chutney.

making veg grilled sandwich recipe

2. on slices of brown bread or whole wheat bread or white breads, spread butter  followed with green chutney. the butter has to be spread evenly and a bit liberally (if you prefer) so that on applying the chutney, the bread does not become soggy.

making veg grilled sandwich recipe

3. place a few slices of potatoes and then sprinkle with one to two pinches of chaat masala and roasted cumin powder.

making veg grilled sandwich recipe

4. place a few tomato, cucumber and onion slices over the bread. sprinkle with one to two pinches or more of chaat masala, roasted cumin powder and black salt.

making veg grilled sandwich recipe

5. cover the vegetable topped slices with the remaining buttered and chutneyed slices of bread. spread butter on the top of the slices.

making veg grilled sandwich recipe

grilling veg sandwich

6. pre heat the grill. when grill is ready, gently place the buttered side facing the bottom of the grill, making sure your hands don’t touch the grill (be careful when doing this. if you cannot do this then just skip the above step. instead spread butter once the sandwiches are grilled). now spread butter on the top side which is facing you.

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7. close the grill and then grill the veg sandwiches for 2-3 minutes or till golden. remove the grilled veg sandwiches with a wooden spatula.

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8. serve veg grilled sandwich hot with green chutney or tomato sauce.

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veg grilled sandwich

4.82 from 11 votes
Author:Dassana Amit
Prep Time:40 mins
Cook Time:10 mins
Total Time:50 mins
Cuisine:indian,mumbai street food
Servings (change the number to scale):2 to 3
veg grilled sandwich recipe
this mumbai style veg grilled sandwich recipe is spiced with coriander chutney, filled with veggies and grilled to perfection.

INGREDIENTS FOR veg grilled sandwich

(1 CUP = 250 ML)

for veg grilled sandwich

  • 8 to 10 slices of white bread or brown bread or whole wheat bread or sandwich bread
  • 1 medium potato - boiled and sliced into rounds
  • 1 small to medium cucumber (kheera) - thinly sliced
  • 1 small onion - thinly sliced
  • 1 small to medium tomato - thinly sliced
  • butter as required
  • chaat masala powder as required
  • roasted cumin powder as required (bhuna jeera powder)
  • black salt or regular salt as required
  • freshly crushed black pepper (kali mirch powder) – optional
  • tomato ketchup or sauce to be served with the sandwiches

for the coriander chutney

  • 1 cup chopped fresh coriander leaves (cilantro leaves or dhania patta)
  • 1 to 2 garlic cloves (lahsun) - chopped
  • 1 green chili (hari mirch) - chopped
  • ½ to ¾ teaspoon lemon juice or as required
  • ½ teaspoon cumin powder (jeera powder)
  • black salt or rock salt or sea salt as required

HOW TO MAKE veg grilled sandwich

making chutney for sandwich

  • in a grinder or blender grind all the above chutney ingredients to a smooth paste using very little water. keep the chutney aside. if there are leftovers, then keep in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

making grilled sandwich

  • boil the potatoes. they should not be cooked too much or fall apart. just cooked well till soft. peel and slice them.
  • rinse, peel and slice the onion, tomatoes and cucumber in thin rounds.
  • butter all the bread slices. the butter has to be spread evenly and generously so that the bread does not become soggy on spreading the chutney. spread some green chutney on the slices.
  • place a few slices of potatoes and then sprinkle with roasted cumin powder and chaat masala powder.
  • then place 2 to 3 cucumber, tomato and onion slices. sprinkle roasted cumin powder, chaat masala powder and black salt.
  • cover the sandwiches with the remaining slices of bread.
  • spread butter on the top of slices.
  • in a pre heated grill, place the sandwich carefully with the buttered side facing at the bottom. be careful when doing this. now spread butter on the top side facing you.
  • close the grill and grill the sandwiches for 2-3 minutes or till crisp and golden.
  • remove the grilled sandwiches with a wooden spatula. in batches grill the next lot.
  • serve the veg grill sandwich hot with tomato ketchup and coriander/cilantro chutney or any other green chutney of your choice
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51 comments/reviews

  1. Can we pack it fir kids tiffin? They may consume it 3 hours after making.
    I have never packed sandwiches till date. Please let me know if it would turn soggy

    • grilled sandwiches are best served hot. they become chewy and dense after cooling. for making sandwiches for tiffin, you can use recipes where the sandwich stuffing is a dry cooked preparation like chana masala or cooked beans or roasted or sauteed vegetables and where no chutney is used. even besan chilla or vegetables cutlet or falafel, make a good filling option with hummus or mayonnaise. sandwiches made with fresh veggies, chutney will get soggy in the tiffin box. hope this helps.

  2. Hi Mr. Amit ….i am a huge fan of yours recipe…..this was superb and easy recipe….My husband loved it…Thank you very much:-)5 stars

  3. Can I use tava (nonstick pan) instead of oven to make veg grilled sandwich…Bcz there is no microwave oven at my home…. plzzz tell me

  4. This recipe is great! Will be making it regularly from now on. The chutney is delicious and nice with lots of different snacks5 stars

  5. Thankx for the perfect grill sandwich recipe ..I will try it out tomorrow. …breakfast. ..

  6. Your recipes are so nice.Especially ur clear pics of the ingredients and making is good enough which cook the story to make the dish.I started to love cooking even more because of ur recipes5 stars

  7. Please tell me grill sandwich banane.k lie konsa cheese use karna h please naam bataiye

  8. i love to eat grilled sandwich… how cn i make grilled sandwich in a microwave??? i dont want to buy any other special tool juz to mke sandwich.. so plzz lemme know hw cn i mke it in a microwave though there is an option of grilling too…!!!

  9. hi. I like ur receipe of sandwiches bt i wanna know the receipe of cheesy veg sandwich. Actuallt i had cheesy veg sandwich in barista. Can u pls share the receipe of cheesy veg sandwich.

  10. Dasana ur recipes are excellent & easy to cook.
    most of ur recipes did a wonder for me. thank u dear for being so generous.4 stars

  11. being a south indian i had no idea of rock salt.
    Adding that and cumin powder did wonders to my sandwich.3 stars

  12. Dassana i ve tried most of ur recipes and they are all simply aweaome..specially the paneer makhhanwala,kadai mushroom, rajma masala.. It tastes exactly like the restaurant.. Thanks for ur time and sharing.. U ve taken a lot of effort and put it in simple language and also to put pics…thanks again

  13. Hello Madam,

    Thank you for posting the recipes. Can you comment on some useful kitchen appliances (which brands etc) that you use and how you find their quality.

  14. I love grilled sandwiches and this sounds just my type of lunch, thanks for sharing.

  15. Dasana, I tried this sandwich and it was so delicious! I’ve had it 3 days in a row. It’s perfectly filling and so easy to make. Thanks for posting the recipe and for the awesome instructions. I love love love your website!

  16. Hi Dasana!

    Thanks for this superb recipe in superb way..I want to buy a new grill machine for my home. Could you please suggest me a good one? Which are you using at your home? My husband is fond of Masala Toast Sandwich which I made according to your recipe. He will like this also!5 stars

    • thanks niki. this one is an indian brand – bajaj. till now no issues. easy to clean too and with removable both grill and toaster plates. i had checked kent too. it was also good, but too big for the space i have in my kitchen. the advantage was it can be used as an open grill too.

  17. Great looking grilled veg sandwich recipe. In fact, all your recipes look pretty incredible. I like seeing your Eastern twists on Western foods – such as this sandwich. I never would have thought to put potato in it. Thanks for sharing the recipe.5 stars