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Healthy Street Style Sandwich Recipe, How To Make Healthy Street Style Sandwich Recipe

One of the yummiest healthy street food that you can prepare at home which is highly nutritious and appetizing to eat


 Most of us eat outside in restaurants, food stalls at the street cor... Read More..

About Recipe

How to make Healthy Street Style Sandwich

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Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
Total time
10 mins
Healthy Street Style Sandwich
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Bread
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : March 20, 2019

Ingredients used in Healthy Street Style Sandwich
• Sandwich bread slices - 4 numbers.
• Beet root(boiled and sliced) - 1 number.
• Potatoes (boiled and sliced) - 1 number.
• Tomatoes (sliced) - 1 number.
• Cucumber (sliced) - 1/2 number.
• Carrot (grated) - 2 tablespoons.
• Green chutney - 2 tablespoons.
  • Take a sandwich Bread slice on the top of it put beetroot slices, potato slices, tomato slices, cucumber slices, grated carrot.
  • Apply the mint chutney on other bread slice and put this on the top of vegetable bread and cut into pieces and serve.

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 Most of us eat outside in restaurants, food stalls at the street corners etc for various reasons. For some, eating outside is fun as they wish to shift from the routine and monotonous kitchen duties and go out trying new dishes. Home cooking is good but it’s the street food that we crave for every now and then. Generally it’s the desire to eat hot and spicy fried foods. Street food in India is the classic push pull that serves a variety of bhajis, pakoras or chaats.


Nowadays, you also find a lot of street vendors catering Indo-Chinese foods like the chicken noodles, chicken fried rice, egg fried rice, chicken 65, vegetable Manchuria or chicken Manchuria which are the most common dishes available in the street food cart. Apart from the hygienic part, it’s a fraught situation especially when every street corner has small stalls serving up something that just smells aromatic pulling the crowd to wolf it all down.


Most street food lacks the balanced nutrition and contains high amount of fat in the form or oil or used oil, butter and margarine. They also have carbohydrates as the major base. Nevertheless, street food could also be healthy by just replacing few ingredients and cooking styles. Nowadays with an increase in the demand for healthy food, many street food vendors offer healthy options which are equally tasty. Here take a look at one of the yummiest healthy street food that you can prepare at home which is highly nutritious and appetizing to eat.


This is the Healthy Street Food Sandwich which is just flavourful and stomach filling too. This sandwich stuffed with freshly sliced salad veggies and the mint chutney gives a punch to the sandwich and tastes absolutely yum. Do try and enjoy eating healthy food.


Healthy Street Food Sandwich recipe:


  1. Sandwich bread slices             -       2 nos
  2. Beetroot, boiled & sliced  -       1 no
  3. Potatoes, boiled & sliced  -       1 no
  4. Tomato, sliced                 -       1 no
  5. Cucumber, sliced             -       1 no
  6. Carrot, grated                   -       2 tbsp
  7. Green Chutney                -       2 tbsp


  1. Take a sandwich bread slice and on the top of it place the beetroot slices, potato slices, tomato slices, cucumber slices and grated carrot.
  2. Apply mint chutney on the other bread slice and put this on the top of the vegetable bread.
  3. Cut into desired shape and serve


This healthy street food sandwich is a ideal recipe or food for those bachelors, working women who purely rely on outside food. Can be prepared easily and anytime to have fresh and healthy food! If you wish to try something different you could add in more creative ideas to make it dish more palatable and delectable. Generally when you eat outside food, you can’t have control over the amount of things like fat, saturated fat and sodium in the food like when you prepare it at home yourself.


At home you can take control by making varied smart choices. Pay attention on what to eat and how much you eat is the first step to healthy eating outside. Eat foods that are low in fats, cholesterol and rich in nutrients like vitamins, minerals, and dietary fibres. Include more of vegetables and fresh fruits, seafood, lean meats, poultry and eggs. Avoid cream based soups as they are high in fat and calories.


Clear soups can be a great appetizer as well as a meal. Keep salad dressing and sauces separate on the side so that you can add as per your taste. Drink plain water/ coconut water/ buttermilk instead of aerated cool drinks. Finally while eating outside control and eat portion sized foods, share with family and friends and last do not hesitate to take leftovers home.


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Jayme Jay Posted on Wed Mar 12 2014

5:19 hahahah?

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Ranjani Ramanujam Posted on Wed Mar 12 2014

Loved it...remembering Mumbai?

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pavithra ashok Posted on Wed Mar 12 2014

Wow chef...that was fantastic.... keep it up!!!?

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Mezba Kadir Posted on Wed Mar 12 2014

Hope u dn have butter chicken widout butter..?

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Suneel Renukuntla Posted on Wed Mar 12 2014

You remembered my days in mumbai on streets once again Loved it .. Thanks alot ?

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Bil Malik Posted on Wed Mar 12 2014

So cute you boy. Thanks off this beautiful healthy tips. Love from Uk. ?

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Markx77 Posted on Thu Mar 13 2014

"Fat free = healthy" is an outdated concept. There are lots of fats that are healthy for you and lots of carbs that are unhealthy. Also, white bread is not considered healthy anymore.?

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Neththra'sVision Posted on Thu Mar 13 2014

Dear son Anurag, it's was very happy to see you, You were wearing a yellow tshirt in the Raw rasam salsa soup video too, now you look much taller than that video and more handsome. Love you son! Study well. God bless you!?

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Lexus Fernando Posted on Thu Mar 13 2014

Ur son is adorable ?

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devi pattanayak Posted on Thu Mar 13 2014

thanks bro?

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Satyanarayana Vangapally Posted on Thu Mar 13 2014

you are super anna.... ?

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Taosho Buddha Posted on Thu Mar 13 2014

What a concept of healthy food - fresh vegetables, rainbow colors ironically on the HEALTHIEST WHITE BREAD MADE WITH PROCESSED FLOUR. Introspect is it really healthy or something else....?

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