I love sandwiches and have been fortunate to taste some of the good ones. But I believe, nothing can beat the nice old Indian sandwich, especially the lovely sandwiches that we get in Mumbai. I remember during the college days, the sandwich waala near our college made these lovely sandwiches. The white bread slices coated with light spread of butter and the green chutney and filled with mountaineous structures of vegetables such as cooked beet root, cucumber, tomatoes, onions, and boiled potatoes. Waaa...missing those days.Well I must definitely mention that among the sandwiches that I have tried in Mumbai, the best one that tickled my tongue is made by a friendly sandwichwala at Ghatkopar (w) near Shreyas Cinema. (Thanks to my best friend Saroj who introduced me to these gorgeous sandwiches.) He has this small shop where two brothers sell wonderful variations of sandwiches. Be it toasted, grilled, or the masala sandwiches...(Okay I need to visit him soon!) The tongue tickler in his sandwiches is the green chutney. Nowhere have I tasted such a chutney. He also serves the sandwiches with the same chutney and a red chutney. Lovely combination. So if you are a mumbaite and get an opportunity to visit Ghatkopar (W), his sandwiches are highly recommended. Anyone who needs the exact address, I can mail it to yu ...teeheeee :). I tried very hard to know the recipe of the chutney but this what he said jokingly "Bata dega tho pet pe Laat milega!" (If I let you know, I would get a beating in my earnings)...thats becoz 10-20 of his customers are my friends :)Okay coming back to the lazy post that has been lying in my Drafts. I aptly named it Mumbaiyaa Sandwich becoz haven't tasted anything like this in the places I have been. The following is the recipe for one sandwich.For the green chutney:Ingredients: 1 bunch of coriander leaves1/2 bunch of mint leaves2 green chillies, depending on the hotness1 small bowl of coarsely grounded peanut powderVery little jaggery or gud (optional)Some saltMethod:Mix the above ingredients in a wet grinder and grind till it forms a fine paste. If you like a coarse flavour, then grind only till it forms a coarse mixture.For the Sandwich:Ingredients 2 White/Brown bread slices3 tsp of softened butter at room temperature3 tsp of green chutney (see recipe above)1 onion, cucumber, boiled potato, tomato, beet root sliced in the form of ring or circles (any veggies that yu want!)Some black pepper powderSalt (optional)Grated cheese (optional)Tomato sauce or ketchup while serving Method:If you donot like the sides of the bread (like me :) then gently remove the edges.Apply 1 teaspoon of butter on one slice and the other on another one.Now apply 1 teaspoon of green chutney on buttered slices and other on the another one.Lay the veggies in any order that you wish on one of the slices. I usually lay it in this order: potatoes, cucumber, beetroot, tomatoes, and then onion rings.Sprinkle some salt and pepper.Now sprinkle some grated cheese.Cover with the second slice.Apply 1 teaspoon of butter on the top. Later, apply 1 teaspoon of the green chutney on the top. (The sandwichwala at Ghatkopar does this and trust me this definitely adds to the zing!)Sprinkle some grated cheese on the top. Serve with Ketchup, green chutney.