Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Bombay Bread Toast

Bombay Bread Toast is a snack and You can have them any time of the day. It goes well with cup of coffee/tea/juice. When you are hungry and you crave to have some think yummy, spicy and not that oily, this Bombay Bread Toast really serve the purpose.

I have used normal bread, besan/channa flour/kadale hittu, spices like green chilly, garam masala and vegetables like onions, tomato and carrots.
As I said it is an easy, yummy snack and goes well with chutney/ketchup.
Let us see the recipe Now :

Things Needed;

Bread Slices : 4 to 6
Besan Or Channa daal powder : 1/2 cup
Onion : 1
Green Chilly : 2 to 3
Carrots : 1 ( 1 cup of carrot gratings).
Tomatoes : 1 (Big size)
Coriander leaves : 5 to 6 Sticks.
Salt : to taste.
Garam Masala : A pinch
Jeera pr cumin seeds : 1/2 tea spoon.
Oil or Ghee : 2 to 3 table spoon
Water : Required quantity
Cooking Oil/butter/Ghee : 2 to 3 Tablespoons

 Method :

1. Remove the outer layer of onions and cut into small pieces.
2. Wash and remove the outer layer of carrot and grate it.

3. Wash and cut tomato into small and keep it aside.
4. Wash and cut green chilly, coriander leaves into think pieces.

5. Now take a bowl and put channa flour besan/Kadale hittu and salt in it.
6. Add cut onions , green chillies and coriander leaves, tomatoes and grated carrots.
7. Add required water and prepare bajji dough. (Let it be little thicker than bajji dough)
8. Slice the bread in triangular shape. (No need to cut out the edges).

9. Keep a pan on the fire and heat. Place a bread slice and spread bajji dough on the top.

10. Add little oil around and cover the lid. Cook on 30 seconds).

11. Turn the other side slowly and cook for a minute. (Bajji dough gets cooked). Add a teaspoon of oil around the bread.
12. Cook nicely till the bajji dough turns golden brown.
13. Remove from the pan and serve with chutney/Ketch up and a cup of coffee/tea.


14. Repeat the same with remaining bread and the dough.n the low flame . Use 1 tea spoon of oil for each bread. Serve with ketchup or any kind of chutney.

Note : 

Cut onions in to small pieces . So that it cooks faster. Use of butter/ghee instead of oil is optional. Adding chilly powder/any other spice is optional.
Serves : 2 to 3
Time : 20 Minutes

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