This is a very tasty and easy breakfast dish and you can use your leftover bread slices too.
Bread slices ... 6
Yogurt ............ 1 cup
Onion ............. 1 (finely chopped)
Green chillies ... 1-2 (finely chopped or slit)
Ginger ............... 1 tsp (grated or minced)
Mustard ............ 1 tsp
Cumin seeds ..... 1 tsp
Asafoetida ........ 1 pinch
Curry leaves ... few
Coriander or mint leaves .. handful
Turmeric powder ... 1/4 tsp
Coriander powder ... 1 tsp
Cumin powder ..... 1/2 tsp
Salt ............. to taste
Oil ............. 3-4 tbsps
1. In a pan heat the oil and add the tempering ingredients.
2. When they crackle add the onion, green chillies and ginger.
3. Saute for a minute.
4. When the onion is translucent add the spice powders and salt.
5. Saute them a little.
6. Now reduce the flame and stir in the whisked yogurt.
7. Keep stirring so that the yogurt does not curdle. Add some coriander or mint leaves.
8. Now tip in the bread cubes.
9. Stir carefully to mix the masala and bread.
10. Cover the lid and keep on dum for 2 minutes.
11. Garnish with mint or coriander leaves and serve hot.
Wow superb very innovativeReplyDelete
Thanks Sanjay Lulla ji :)Delete
Wow - looks so yummy. This is a great way to use up bread. This must taste sweet and hour - a bit like vaghareli rotli.ReplyDelete
Yes Mina... it tastes a bit tangy but yummy.Delete
Thanks for liking.
Superb Recipe. Very creative. I haven't used yogurt and bread together. Will give a try. Thanks for the share.ReplyDelete
Thank you Malini.. do try it.Delete
Looks so different and very interesting. Delicious share.ReplyDelete
Thanks Jolly :)Delete
Shobha, I make this recipe without the yogurt with tomatoes and lime juice. Will try it with yogurt next time! Yummy share!ReplyDelete
I make other versions too.. but always some variation is good. Do try it dear.Delete
wow this is totally new to me! a delicious way to use up stale bread!!!ReplyDelete
Yes Priya.. always like to make something out of the stale bread.Delete
Have tried bread upma earlier but your recipe with yogurt sounds so interesting di ! Awesome share !ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Poonam.Delete
I do make bread upma, but never used curd. That sounds interesting. Must give it a tryReplyDelete
Thanks Ritu.. must try.Delete
Oh lovely recipe . Many times tried bread upma but never tried with adding curd. A must tryReplyDelete
Thanks Ruchi :)Delete
Wow..this sounds interesting... great way to use leftover breads..never used yogurt with bread but looks deliciousReplyDelete
Thanks for liking Lathi.Delete
We do make similar kind but do not add yoghurt. Should try this way.ReplyDelete
Try this variation too Jayashree.. thanksDelete
Such a healthy and delicious way to use up leftover bread.ReplyDelete
Thanks Jagruti :)Delete
A great nice innovative recipe using yogurt.ReplyDelete
Thank you dear :)Delete
Yogurt Masala bread looks so delish.would love to try his recipe soon.Fab share.ReplyDelete
Thanks Preethi.. make and enjoy!Delete
Very interesting use of yogurt! Yummy!ReplyDelete
That's an innovative recipe Shobha, quick and tasty. I make this with leftover roti, have to try it with bread.ReplyDelete
Thanks Mayuri..Sindhis also have many variations of using left over bread and rotis.Delete
The yougurt masala sounds super inviting in the bread. Nice one.ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking Sapana.Delete
What an interesting recipe, I make something like this with left over chappati but make the yoghurt sauce slightly more runny. I am going to try it with bread.ReplyDelete
Yes nayna.. with chapatis we can make it runny but with bread we have to be careful not to make it too mushy.Delete
Wow! Very nice recipe!ReplyDelete