Dec 24, 2014

Green Chutney for Sandwich / Bombay Sandwich Chutney Recipe


Long time back my collegues gifted me a tarla dalal's Mumbai Roadside Snack Cookbook. I even used that cookbook to make quite a few chat recipes. Then i almost forgot that cookbook. But few days back when i was checking on my cookbook shelf, my eyes went on this cookbook. I took that and started reading, that inspired to try out quite a few sandwich recipe of that. I made quite a lot of them actually and they were perfect. I also made the bombay sandwich masala and chutneys for the sandwich.

Similar Recipes,
Vada Pav
Samosa Sundal
Pav Buns
Ragda Pattice
Onion Pav
Bombay Pav Bhaji
Potato Pav


Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you..


Preparation Time : 5 mins
Makes : 2 cup of chutney
Recipe Source : Tarla Dalal

Ingredients:

Coriander Leaves - 1 cup
Mint Leaves - 1/2 cup
Spinach Leaves - 1/2 cup (any spinach, but palak is better)
Green Chillies - 5 to 6
Bread Slice - 2
Lemon Juice - 2 tblspn
Salt to taste
Water - little for grinding

Method:

Take all the ingredients in a blender and puree till smooth.

Pour into a air tight container and store in fridge till use.

Pictorial:
Take coriander leaves and mint leaves in a blender


Add in spinach leaves


add in salt


Lemon juice


and few bread slices


add in lots of green chillies


add little water and puree till smooth


chutney done


You can use this for any sandwich, pav or as a
dip for pakora or anything

14 comments:

  1. Dear Aarti, I really follow Ur teceipes. They r really good and easy to follow. In this green chutney recipe pictorial, it looks like u have used araikeerai but u have mentioned that palak. Please clarify. Thanks.

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  2. @Jayanthy.SU can use any spinach, but palak is best

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  3. Hi Aarthi

    Can I skip bread? What difference will it make to the chutney in texture ir taste?

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  4. Ma'am. why do we add bread pieces?

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  5. @AnonymousI think bread is important, because it makes it creamy and thick..

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  6. @Sandhya G.bread makes the chutney creamy and thick and for me that is the secret ingredients

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  7. hi

    Is it necessary to add Spinach or palak

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  8. How long can we refrigerate this? .. I usually buy in stores and refrigerate up to three months... Any idea to preserve this?

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  9. Hi,

    Thanks for your easy chutney recipe.
    Can you tell me how many days this can be stored in refrigerator?

    Thanks,
    Shakkila

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  10. @MiamiU can store this in fridge for 2 days. In frezer for more than a month. Freeze in ice cube tray adn then collect all of them in a ziploc bag.

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  11. Thanks aarthi it's very use full

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  12. This turned out super delicious and yummy!!!

    Thank you for a simple yet delicious recipe.

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