Bombay Sandwich Chutney

Bombay Sandwich Chutney


5 min


5 min

So have you ever had the Bombay Sandwich, its the Bombay Sandwich Chutney that makes it super tasty and if you had and you want make it at home you need to know how to make the Bombay Sandwich Chutney which is actually pretty easy to make so today we are going to do exactly that we are going to make this Bombay Sandwich Chutney so we can make the Bombay vegetable sandwich which is very very delicious and very soon I will be uploading a video as well as a recipe on my website for the same so don’t miss it.

and let’s begin also guys this Bombay Sandwich Chutney is very simple to make, you require very few ingredients which will easily find in your pantry and it adds so much taste to a simple   dish and make it it 10 times more than what it already is.

This chutney is one of the most important ingredients used by Mumbai’s street-food vendors, the Bombay Sandwich Chutney is used not just in the preparation of sandwiches but also in various other exciting dishes like vada pav and chaat too. You can even serve it as an offbeat dip for chips!

Coriander leaves are the main ingredient, adding spinach leaves will give nice green colour to the Bombay Sandwich Chutney. along with this it will also make chutney healthy and more tasty. one can also add mint leaves, but it can make your chutney look dark in colour, so i prefer adding mint leaves only if the green chutney is going to be consumed on the same day. you can make this chutney and store in your freezer in an airtight container for up to a month

If you are interesting in seeing other types of chutney then do check out the spicy green chutney or the punjabi chutney or the momos chutney

Step by Step Video for ‘Bombay Sandwich Chutney ‘ Recipe (Scroll Down for detailed & printable recipe)

Ingredients for making the Bombay Sandwich Chutney

Cilantro / Fresh Dhania 1 cup
Spinach leaves / Palak 5 to 6 or ½ cup
Green Chilli 3 to 4
Bread slice 2
Lime juice 1 tsp
Salt as per your taste
Water ¼ cup

Prepping for the Bombay Sandwich Chutney 

1)Wash and roughly chop the Cilantro / Fresh Dhania and the Spinach leaves / Palak

Method for Making the Bombay Sandwich Chutney

  1. Now in a blender  add the Dhanya which is cilantro then the palak which is spinach along with the garlic and the lime juice and roughly chopped green chillies and the salt and 2 bread slices along with the sides.  
  2. also add the water and now blend until you get a smooth paste.
  3. Once you get the smooth paste remove it in a bowl and it’s ready to serve.
  4. You can also store it in a air tight container and keep it in the refrigerator for the next 2 to 3 days or you can freeze it for upto a month


You can use this chutney to make sandwiches or you can have it with some parathas or you can just eat it with plain roti.

Also guys you can add ice cube instead of water this will give a greener and fresher colour then just simply adding water.

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