Semolina Toast

by 10:22 AM 7 comments
Hello people
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I have come up with a very easy recipe, which gets ready within few minutes. You can have it in breakfast or as evening snack with tea. Well I don't mind for lunch and dinner too. It's one of my favorite toast for breakfast, for making as well as eating. They are tasty & healthy as loads of veggies being added, except that cream, which you can minimize according to your preference.The first breakfast recipe i learnt was these toast.  And one more ingredient which helps you to digest them so quickly is semolina. So whats more can we ask for, from single recipe. Go give it a try and share your experience.



Preparation Time : 5 mins
Cooking Time: 2 mins
Makes 9-10 slices

Ingredients:
  • 1 medium size - Onion
  • 2 medium size - Capsicum
  • 50gm - Cabbage
  • 2-3 - Green Chilli
  • 3 tsp - Semolina  (Suji)
  • 4-5 tsp - Heavy Cream or Malai
  • 1 tsp - Mango Powder (Chaat Masala)
  • ¾ tsp - Coriander Powder
  • ¾ tsp - Red Chilli Powder
  • 10 slices - Bread (Wholewheat, Grain)
  • Salt (as per taste)



Method :
Finely chop all the vegetables in a chopper or by hand.
Add cream, semolina and all the spices with the chopped vegetables.
Add salt just before you are going to make them, otherwise it will leave water.
Spread the mixture on the bread and roast them on griddle (tawa) with the help of oil, or you can bake them also.
Cut the slices into square and your healthy, tasty, delicious toasts are ready.
Serve them with mint chutney, mayonnaise or tomato ketchup.

Note : You can add any veggies like corn, yellow red capsicum, carrot, cottage cheese etc but finely chop them, so that it will be easy to cook


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7 comments :

Unknown said...

Great recipe! Will try soon. Is there any substitute for Heavy Cream or Malai?

Meghana Kocharekar said...

So do we have to put the mixture on both the sides of the bread or just one.... Can't wait to try this recipe ��

Rocket Looks said...

Yes you can use Hung Curd also , but make sure the water is drained properly.
No , only one side Meghana. But don't forget to apply oil before putting the bread on griddle.

Lela Burris said...

This sounds very good. Thanks for sharing at Inspiration Thursday! Have a great week!

Rocket Looks said...

Thanku so much Lela :-)

Debra @ Bowl Me Over said...

Very interesting recipe - lots of great ingredients! Thanks for sharing with us at #TryaBiteTuesday! Hope to see you next week!

Rocket Looks said...

Thanku so much Debra :-)