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Masala Grilled Sandwich - Potato Masala Recipe, How To Make Masala Grilled Sandwich - Potato Masala Recipe

This recipe is for the Bombay Masala Toast Sandwich. Here the Masala is made from boiled and mashed potatoes, which are tempered with spices. Easy to make, especially if you have leftover boiled or mashed potatoes.

Masala Grilled Sandwich is an excellent and yummy street food. This is a brilliant dish to get a grab and fill in your belly which helps in controlling your hunger pangs immediately. This appetizing snack is a typical trademark of any street side food that tempts most of us especially office goer... Read More..

About Recipe

How to make Masala Grilled Sandwich - Potato Masala

(91 ratings)
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Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
20 mins
Masala Grilled Sandwich - Potato Masala
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Potato
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : December 27, 2018

Ingredients used in Masala Grilled Sandwich - Potato Masala
• Mint chutney - 2 tablespoons.
• Bread slices - 4 numbers.
• Onions (chopped) - 1 number.
• Chat masala - 1 tea spoon.
• Salt - to taste.
• Red chili powder - 1 tea spoon.
• Coriander (chopped) - 1 tablespoon.
• Green chilly (chopped) - 2 numbers.
• Garam masala - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Potatoes - 2 numbers.
• Paneer (grated) - 100 grams.
• Butter - 2 tablespoons.
  • In a bowl add grated potato (boiled), garam masala, chopped green chilies, chopped coriander, red chili powder, salt, chat masala, chopped onions, mix this.
  • Take a bread slice spread the potato mixture, take another bread slice spread the mint chutney on this spread the grated paneer, now cover this potato bread with another slice of bread, to which both sides apply butter.
  • Put this on a grill, the sandwich till browned from both sides.
  • It is crisp from outside and spicy, soft from inside.

Serve masala grilled sandwich hot with tomato ketchup.

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Masala Grilled Sandwich is an excellent and yummy street food. This is a brilliant dish to get a grab and fill in your belly which helps in controlling your hunger pangs immediately. This appetizing snack is a typical trademark of any street side food that tempts most of us especially office goers, college students etc. The masala grilled sandwich is deliciously made with boiled and mashed potatoes and spices mixed together well to give a spicy punch to the palate. There are a lot of variations given to this humble and comfort dish. In most street food stalls in and around Mumbai, this snack is popularly known as Bombay Toast Sandwich or Masala Toast Sandwich and widely known as Aloo Toast or Potato Sandwich in rest of the country.

The masala grilled sandwich is one of the simplest recipes that even kids can prepare with utmost ease and this sandwich is quite filling and can be enjoyed during anytime of the day. This brilliant grilled sandwich is prepared in the chaat style; crispy buttered bread slices with a spread of green chutney on one side, covered with the goodness of grated paneer and the spiced mashy potatoes on the other side combined together and grilled until golden in colour; looks very enticing and luscious to eat.

The grilled sandwich can be eaten just like that on its own or cut into two triangles or four triangles and topped with some wonderful sweet and spicy chutney, thin sev and served. The masala grilled sandwich also tastes good with a delicious yummy sauce. For making this type of sandwich you can get really creative and combine it with variety of aromatic and flavourful toppings.

These types of sandwiches can be eaten as a snack or a meal by itself. The liberal amount of butter spread over the bread slices gives an appealing colour and crispness to the dish which makes your taste buds tinkle with delight. If you are a road-side foodie then you will surely love eating this delectable grilled sandwich. There are a variety of popular street foods available that people throng for everyday that includes Pani poori, Bhel puri, Ragda patties, Papdi Chaat, Vada pav, Dahi poori, Sev Poori and the list is endless but a simple and wholesome Masala Grilled Sandwich is fresh, can be just picked, carried easily, eaten and is stomach filling.

Potato filled sandwiches give a different dimension to the grilled cheese sandwich and they are very delicious and add an Indian taste; are excellent choice for a hearty and satisfying lunch.


Sandwich is a very trendy food snack comprising of two or more bread slices filled with yummy and delicious vegetarian or non-vegetarian stuffing’s. They are very popular and widely eaten type of food during breakfast or lunch and typically easy to be taken to work, school, picnics or to be eaten as part of a packed lunch. Sandwich is easy to prepare, light and balanced diet meal to eat. You could craft fantastic toppings/ condiments of your choice to enhance flavour and texture of the dish.

If you are looking for more appetizing and delectable sandwich recipes then do check and try Sandwich Paneer Pakoda, Spinach Corn Cheese Sandwich, Egg Sandwich, Tandoori chicken sandwich, Hawaiin Chicken Sandwich and many more.


Potatoes are one of the most naturally versatile foods available. It can be cooked and served in countless ways to make healthy meals. Potatoes are used in some simple recipes to very elaborate delicious exotic dishes. They are used in salads, soups, stir-fries, stews, roasts or bake etc. Boiled and mashed potatoes with spices are also popularly used in filling of some very traditional and mouth-watering dishes such as:

Samosa Masala Dosa Potato Raita Potato Masala Aloo ki roti Crispy Chicken cutlets

And the list endlessly goes on.

Nutritional benefits of Potato

Potato is a nutritionally rich tuberous root vegetable having a good source of starch, vitamins and fiber. This humble tuber is one of the most widely grown perennial crops and cheapest staple food items of the poor population all over the world.

They are very good natural sources of both soluble and insoluble fiber. The dietary fiber helps in decrease absorption of dietary cholesterol and there by lower plasma LDL cholesterol. Additionally, the rich fiber content also helps protect from colon polyps and cancer. They also contain adequate amounts of many essential minerals like Iron, manganese, magnesium, phosphorous, copper and potassium.

How to prepare Masala Grilled Sandwich Potato Masala:


Bread slice                            -           2 nos

Chaat masala                       -           1 tsp

Coriander, chopped           -           2 bunch

Garam masala                      -           1 tsp

Green chillies, chopped     -           3 nos

Mint chutney                         -           2 tbsp

Onions, chopped                 -           2 nos

Paneer, grated                      -           100 gms

Potatoes, boiled                   -           4 nos

Red chilli powder                 -           1 tbsp

Salt                                         -           to taste


Take a bowl and add grated potatoes, garam masala, green chillies, coriander leaves, red chilli powder, salt, chaat masala, onions and mix all ingredients well. Take a bread slice and spread the potato mixture over the slice. Take another bread slice and spread mint chutney on over that spread a layer of grated paneer. Now cover this with the potato spread slice.

Apply butter on the outer sides of the bread slices and put this in a grill sandwich and cook till browned and crisp on both sides. Serve hot with tomato ketchup. If you are just bored with the routine food that you make daily, then this is a fantastic and refreshing food to liven up, light to eat, easing to prepare and healthy and delicious to eat. So without wasting more time, click on the link below and watch the making of Masala Grilled SandwichPotato masala.

Happy cooking!


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soosi4soosi Posted on Tue Jun 04 2013

man can you put the names of the ingredients on the screen or description box for ur next recipes plz? some times i cant understand some words

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Nerte Posted on Tue Jun 04 2013

Agree. Please, ingredients in description!

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simplyalif Posted on Wed Jun 05 2013

Just go to his website the day after the entire recipe is there. Vahrehvah(dot)com

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MSE. Dzirasa Posted on Wed Jun 05 2013

Amazing vegetarian sandwich...WOW!!!

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VahChef Posted on Wed Jun 05 2013

to show how to convert it to super tasty sandwich hhaha

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sri devi Posted on Wed Jun 05 2013

Can u tell me whic brand sandwich maker your using??

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felmilward Posted on Wed Jun 05 2013


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hirubhaiambani Posted on Wed Jun 05 2013

When I was growing up in Bombay in the 90's and early 2000's, masala grilled sandwich with paneer or cheese used to cost about Rs 10 to 12. Last year I was in India and went to the same sandwich-wala in my neighborhood to eat this. After eati

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sheshu priya Posted on Wed Jun 05 2013

Recipe for dhansak please.

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Max Glanerin Posted on Wed Jun 05 2013

Dear Vahchef, I have been following your show for a few years and have learned everything I know about 'Indian' food solely from you and one special cookbook. I want to tell you that your great teaching (and all the wonderful ingredients) l

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Esunshine hope Posted on Wed Jun 05 2013


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Toni Mahoni Posted on Thu Jun 06 2013

nice street recipe vahchef, thank you for showing us this thug style ghetto street sandwich

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