Last updated on September 21st, 2019
Sandwich chutney recipe with coriander leaves and mint leaves. A very delicious, flavorful and easy green chutney for making Mumbai sandwich and other Indian sandwich recipe. This is the only sandwich chutney recipe that you would need to take all your sandwich recipes a level up 🙂
Use this as spread in sandwiches or just serve as side dish with sandwiches and other snacks. Here is how to make easy green chutney for sandwich with step by step photos.
I usually make this green chutney and some chaat masala powder for sandwich but this special sandwich chutney is even more flavorful and improves the taste of sandwich.
If you make Indian sandwich recipes frequently, it is a good idea to have jar of this sandwich chutney handy. It also doubles as dip for grilled paneer, paneer tikka, pakora recipes.
This is a very delicious chutney that requires no effort to make. You just pick the ingredients and blend together. that’s it.
Shall we quickly get into the ingredients and procedure for making sandwich chutney at home?
Sandwich Chutney Ingredients
Cilantro leaves or coriander leaves form the base of this chutney. Along with coriander leaves I also like to add mint leaves.
I add some cashews to this chutney for some body and texture. You can also add blanched almonds
Green chilies, salt and chaat masala powder
For spice and flavor.
How To Make Sandwich Chutney At Home?
If you have tasted sandwiches from streets of India You know how flavorful is the chutney that is used as spread in veg sandwich. The chutney they use for sandwich can be easily prepared at home with simple ingredients.
To make sandwich chutney at home you need coriander leaves, green chilies, rock salt, chaat masala powder and some lemon juice. My secret ingredient in this chutney is cashew nuts. I just add 6-8 whole cashews and that makes the chutney delicious and a bit thick.
I also like to add some fresh mint leaves in this chutney for flavor.
Store this green chutney in airtight container and it will keep good for a week. Have this chutney handy and you make sandwiches in a jiffy.
You can use this chutney in
Variations With Sandwich Chutney Recipe:
Instead of cashews you can use roasted peanuts or grated coconut. Even blanched almonds will be good. I prefer to use one of these ingredients to make slightly thicker chutney. If the chutney is too thin the sandwich may turn soggy very soon.
You can make sandwich chutney with coriander leaves alone or a mix of mint and coriander leaves. Just 2 or 3 basil leaves can also be added for different flavor.
Do not skip chaat masala powder as it adds a nice flavor to the chutney.
Store sandwich chutney in airtight container. Keeps well in fridge for a week. Apart from using in sandwiches you can also serve this side dish for snacks and use in Indian chaat recipes.
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How To Make Sandwich Chutney Recipe Step By Step
First of all pick and rinse coriander leaves and mint leaves very well. Drain all excess water and take in a mixer jar.
Add 6 cashews, 1 teaspoon chaat masala powder, 3 green chilies, salt. Blend for a minute.
Now add little water and blend to a very smooth paste.
Finally add lemon juice and mix well. Store in airtight container and use as required.
Sandwich Chutney Recipe
Sandwich Chutney Recipe
- 1.5 cups coriander leaves tightly packed
- .5 cup mint leaves tightly packed
- 3-4 green chilies
- 1 teaspoon chaat masala powder
- 6 cashews or 2 tablespoons peanuts or 2 tablespoons grated coconut
- Salt to taste
- 2 teaspoons lemon juice
- First of all pick and rinse coriander leaves and mint leaves very well. Drain all excess water and take in a mixer jar.
- Add 6 cashews, 1 teaspoon chaat masala powder, 3 green chilies, salt. Blend for a minute.
- Now add little water and blend to a very smooth paste.
- Finally add lemon juice and mix well. Store in airtight container and use as required.