Veg bhujia sandwich recipe is very quick and easy to make. It is sweet, spicy, tangy, with the crunch of bhujiya and fresh veggies.
This sandwich is perfect for breakfast or as a evening snacks, can be made in less than 10 minutes. even the hostel students can make this recipe as it requires no cooking and calls for very basic ingredients.
If you’re staying in hostel and don’t have coriander chutney or blender to make it, No worries! you can buy coriander chutney pouch as it is easily available now or if you have blender then make this chutney it is very simple to make.
I have been in hostel and I know the pain of intense craving of food.😅 everyone use to crave for lots of thing so we always opted more for readymade products due to lack of tools and time.
This is my mummy recipe which I have been eating since I was kid especially during train trips and picnics.
Try this tasty and colourful veg bhujiya sandwich and let me tell you one thing if you eat this sandwich once, you’re going to make it again.😉
- Ingredients & substitution
- How to make bhujiya sandwich
- Top tips
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Ingredients & substitution
- Bread- Use any bread of your choice, it’s not compulsory to use white bread. make sure to use fresh bread slices which are soft.
- Chutney- it is very important ingredient, which adds flavour to the sandwich. use both the chutney as coriander chutney adds spicy flavour and tomato ketchup adds sweet, tangy flavour.
- Salad- it’s not compulsory to use the same veggies, you can use any veggies of your choice. I have used cucumber, onion and tomatoes.
- Other- I have used salted butter you can also use vegan butter or unsalted butter or cream cheese.
How to make bhujiya sandwich
- Slice each bread with knife into two halves then spread butter on both sides of bread.
- Now spread coriander chutney on side of bread and spread tomato ketchup on other side of bread.
- Sprinkle a pinch of salt and pepper over the sliced salad (tomato, onion and cucumber). place sliced tomatoes, onion and cucumber on the bread as shown in image below.
- Sprinkle bhujiya over the salad and gently press the bread with other half.
- Serve it and enjoy! checkout bhujia sandwich recipe video on YouTube.
✔️I have use white bread but you can also use wheat bread, multi-grain bread, gluten free bread or any other variety of bread of your choice.
✔️You can increase or decrease the quantity of chutney or salad or bhujiya as per your taste.
✔️You can also enjoy these bhujiya sandwich as toasted version or non-toasted version as well. both of the ways taste really good.
✔️Bhujiya can be substituted with aloo bhujiya.
✔️ You can also add grated paneer or cheese, carrot, beetroot, boiled potatoes or any veggies of your choice. you can exclude the veggies you don’t like.
✔️ Serve this sandwich immediately or don’t keep it for more than half hour otherwise it will become soggy.
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Can I use sev instead of bhujiya?
In this sandwich recipe I prefer bhujiya or aloo bhujiya as it adds extra crunch and spiciness to it. But if bhujiya or aloo bhujiya is not available then you can use thin sev.
How far ahead can I make this sandwich for a party?
No, it will turn soggy. This sandwich stays good for 15-30 minutes after making but if you want to make this sandwich for party then do all the prep-work in advance like slice the bread and veggies, spread butter on the slices that’s it.
Don’t spread chutney or sauce in advance as it will become soggy.
Rest you can start making sandwiches before 15 minutes and all the advance prep will make the work easier.
Can I use mint chutney instead of coriander chutney?
Of course, you can use mint chutney, dahi chutney, garlic chutney or any spicy chutney of your choice.
How to pack this sandwich for trips or picnic?
You can’t pack this sandwich for trips as it will become soggy. but you can take the ingredients with you, make it right their and enjoy fresh sandwiches.
- 4 bread slices
- Salted or unsalted butter (as required)
- Tomato ketchup (as required)
- Coriander chutney (as required)
- 1 medium size tomato (sliced)
- 1 medium size onion (sliced)
- 1 cucumber (sliced)
- 1 pinch black pepper powder
- 1 pinch salt
- Bhujiya (as required)
- Take 4 bread slices and cut it into 2 halves. spread butter on each bread slice.
- Now spread coriander chutney on one side of bread and tomato ketchup on other side of bread.
- Peel 1 onion and 1 cucumber, slice it thinly. slice 1 medium tomato.
- Sprinkle a pinch of black pepper powder and salt over the sliced veggies.
- Place sliced tomato, onion and cucumber on one slice of bread and top it with bhujiya.
- Seal both the bread slices gently and serve.
- It’s not compulsory to use white bread you can also use whole wheat bread, multi-grain bread or gluten free bread. use any bread of your choice.
- If you like it toasted then you can toast it as well.
- Serve this sandwich immediately or don’t keep it for more than half hour otherwise it will become soggy.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 141Total Fat: 4gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 8mgSodium: 246mgCarbohydrates: 22gFiber: 2gSugar: 6gProtein: 4g
All information presented are intended for informational purposes only.
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