This is a very common breakfast made in most of the Sindhi homes.. a nice way to make use of stale bread..
Bread slices .... 7-8
Onion ............. 1 small (chopped finely)
Tomato .......... 1 large or 2 small ( about half cup chopped)
Green chillies ... 1 -2
Garlic paste ..... 1 tsp
Turmeric powder .. 1/4 tsp
Coriander powder ... 1/2 tsp
Cumin powder ....... 1/2 tsp
Red chilli powder ... 1/4 tsp (as per taste)
Salt .............. to taste
Coriander leaves .. handful
Mint leaves... to garnish
1. Heat oil in a pan and saute the garlic paste and onion for 2 minutes.
2. Add the chopped tomato, salt and all the spice powders and mix well crushing the tomatoes.
3. Cut the bread into pieces and tip it into the pan. Sprinkle a little water over the bread pieces and stir carefully to incorporate the masalas. Add coriander leaves.
4. Simmer it for half a minute. Garnish with mint or coriander leaves and serve immediately.
Yum yum,feel like finishing that tempting masala bread.ReplyDelete
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A yummy breakfast option..I too prefer things like this over deep fried foodReplyDelete
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Yummy looking dish... very delicious and tempting.ReplyDelete
yummy bread recipeReplyDelete
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Looks yumm.love the idea.ReplyDelete
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That sounds superb.ReplyDelete
gorgeous bread varity,super combination...healthy snackReplyDelete
A simple, healthy and quick preparation. Can have this anytime of the day!ReplyDelete
True.. can be had any time of the dayDelete
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This is such a wonderful idea! I've gotta try it soon!ReplyDelete
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hey ths is ur old post. u remember my bread upma. its almost same liketht except i made it very soft.. same month in may i had this cookery contest and this was my dish there/ hope u saw tht.ReplyDelete
its instant dish and so yummy
Meena this is typical Sindhi version.. that one had a South Indian touch with vagar and curry leaves.Delete
gr8 way to use leftover breads,nice recipeReplyDelete
Yes Vrinda.. thanksDelete
Basara Mei Seyala bread sounds and looks like a very interesting recipe. What a wonderful way to enjoy bread and to make a quick and yet spicy meal. Will have to try this recipe soon.ReplyDelete
Thanks Mayuri. We can make this from old left over bread too.Delete