Bombay Chapatti Sandwich#SundayFunday

Have some left over chapattis from the previous meal, then Bombay Chapati sandwich is for you. This is a filling and a complete meal sandwich, have this and you will satisfied.  
Serves- 2 - 3

Phulka's /Chapatti
2 Medium Potatoes - boiled & peeled, cut slices
2 Capsicum -  cut rings
2 Cucumber -  cut slices
2 Medium Tomato - cut slices
2 Onion -  cut rings
200 Grams  Processed
/Cheeza Cheese
1 Cup Coriander Garlic Coconut Chutney
Sandwich Masala Or Chaat masala- as per taste
Salt to  taste
Black pepper to taste
Butter or  Oil as required 
Tomato Ketchup to serve

Slice all the veggies in thin rings.
Place a phulka on a clean and dry surface.
arrange potato slices, 
capsicum rings over it
season with sandwich masala or salt & pepper.
Grate processed cheese over it
cover with another chapatti.
Again apply green chutney on the chapatti on top 
arrange  tomato slices over it
season with sandwich masala, salt & pepper. Grate some more cheese 
cover with another phulka/chapatti. Apply green chutney, arrange cucumber
season with sandwich masala, salt & pepper. 
Grate some cheese over it, 
place onion slices and season with sandwich masala, salt & pepper.
Grate some cheese 
cover it with another phulka/chapatti on which chutney is applied, chutney side down.
Bombay Chapatti Sandwich is ready to be toasted.
Heat oil & butter in a pan. Place the prepared chapatti sandwich on it & cover with a lid for 2 minutes or till the top gets crispy.
Flip it over carefully using a plate & let the other side get crispy too.
It's ready !!
Cut the chapatti sandwich into pieces using a sharp knife.
Serve hot with tomato ketchup. 
Labels: Sandwiches, Phulka, Green Chutney, Onion, Tomato, Cucumber, Capsicum, Sunday Funday, Healthy snacks, Main course, Vegetarian, Street Food
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Sneha's Recipe
Sneha's Recipe

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  1. This makes for a perfect, complete and filling dinner.

  2. Such a pretty and fresh sandwich! Perfect for sprucing up leftover chapati.

  3. This looks so fresh and delicious - I love all the veggies!

  4. That is a brilliant idea, using the famous Bombay sandwich stuffing on a chapati. Wondering if it was not difficult to flip the chapati with the filling when you toasted it.

  5. I love all those layers - this sounds delicious!

  6. Perfect use of leftover chapati and it will taste so yum when roasted and all that veggies. Delicious