Two days back, I had been to a place called Sowcarpet in Chennai with my cousin, Uma.
It’s a whole sale market area. We had spent almost half a day there.
Uma, has had sandwich from a particular sandwich shop in that area sometime back. It seems that shop is known for their sandwiches. She took me to that shop. Sandwich was indeed very amazing and I particularly liked the chutney that he had used.
I asked the person for the recipe. He was not willing to share. I requested him again and very reluctantly, he mentioned the ingredients he used to make the chutney. Not only that, he assured me that it will not be possible for me to make chutney like him.
I thanked him for the recipe and told him that I’ll try my best:)
I do hope that I have done my best. My family like it and I was satisfied with the chutney too:)
Sharing the recipe with you all and hope you would like it too:)
Bread slices – 12
Salted butter – 1-2 tbsps
Salt as required
Pepper powder as required
Cucumber – 1
Tomato – 2
Onion – 1
Boiled potato – 1
Sev – as much required for garnishing
For the green chutney
Chopped coriander leaves ( dhania) 1/4th cup
Mint leaves ( pudina) – 1 tbsp
Green chillies – 3-4
Ginger – 1/2 inch
Cashew nuts – 2 tbsps
Peanuts – 2 tbsps
Lemon juice – 1 tsp
Jeera powder – 1/2 tsp
Salt to taste
Sugar – a pinch
Grind all the ingredients mentioned for the chutney to a smooth paste. Add only the required amount of water. The chutney should be thick and spreadable.
Wash, peel and sliced the cucumber.
Wash and cut tomato into slices.
Wash, peel and slice the onions.
Slice the boiled potatoes.
Cut the corners from the bread slices and apply butter on all the slices.
On one buttered slice, spread generous amount of chutney, arrange the vegetable slices on top of the chutney.
Sprinkle little salt and pepper powder. Close it another buttered slice and press it very gently.
Cut the sandwich into bite size pieces, garnish with sev and serve immediately:)