Yummy bread dishes to cook and indulge yourself

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Bread is a tasty food that is available everywhere. There are some yummy dishes of bread which you will always want to eat. Cook those bread dishes and enjoy them in breakfast and snacks. Their recipes need ingredients which are easily available at home. People of all age groups will like eating these bread dishes. Follow the recipes of some yummy bread dishes and indulge yourself whenever you want. In all the recipes you can use either white bread, brown bread or multigrain bread.

Bread Uttapam

This is a delectable dish of bread cooked with vegetables. It makes a good breakfast. Uttapam is a south Indian dish but bread uttapam tastes differently than it. You can eat it with any chutney or sauce.

Ingredients –

  1. Bread – 8 slices
  2. Semolina (Suji or Rava) – 1 cup
  3. Curd – 1 cup
  4. Capsicum – 1
  5. Onion – 1
  6. Tomato – 1
  7. Chili – Few
  8. Ginger – A piece
  9. Coriander leaves – 1 tablespoon
  10. Salt – According to taste
  11. Chili powder – 1 teaspoon
  12. Chaat Masala – 1 teaspoon
  13. Oil – As required
  14. Carrot – 1

Method –

  1. Break bread slices and blend them in a blender. Blend into bread crumbs. Chop capsicum, carrot, onion, tomato, chili and ginger finely.
  2. Take a large mixing bowl and put bread crumbs, semolina and curd to it. Mix properly. Add salt, chili powder, chaat masala and mix well.
  3. Put onion, tomato, chili, ginger, carrot, coriander leaves and capsicum. Mix properly so that all the ingredients get combined. Make a semi solid batter.
  4. Add water to it only if the batter is dry. Heat a pan and put sufficient oil to it. Spread the batter in small circular shape. Put more oil if it is required.
  5. Flip it and make sure that both sides have cooked evenly. Cook the entire batter in this way. Serve it hot.

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Bread Vada

This is an appetizing fried dish of bread. It makes a good snack. Bread Vada does not taste like Vada, rather it tastes like cutlets or chops. You can eat it with any chutney or sauce.

Ingredients –

  1. Bread – 8 slices
  2. Semolina (Suji or Rava) – 1 and half cup
  3. Curd – 2 cups
  4. Onion – 1
  5. Carrot – 1
  6. Chili – Few
  7. Ginger – A piece
  8. Coriander leaves – 2 tablespoons
  9. Salt – According to taste
  10. Pepper powder – Half teaspoon
  11. Cumin seeds (Jeera) – 1 teaspoon
  12. Oil – As required

Method –

  1. Break bread slices and blend them in a blender. Blend into bread crumbs. Chop carrot, onion, chili and ginger finely.
  2. Take a large mixing bowl and put bread crumbs, semolina and curd to it. Mix properly. Add salt, pepper powder, cumin seeds and mix well.
  3. Put onion, chili, ginger, carrot and coriander leaves. Mix properly so that all the ingredients get combined. Prepare a soft dough from the mixture.
  4. Grease your hands with oil and take small portion from the dough. Flatten that into small circular shape. Follow this for the entire dough.
  5. Heat a pan and put sufficient oil to it. Deep fry the Vadas in batches. Stir occasionally and make sure that they have cooked on all sides.
  6. Fry the Vadas till they turn brown and crisp. Remove them from the pan and keep aside. Serve them hot.

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Eggless Bread Omelette

This is a tasty dish of bread cooked in a batter of herbs and spices. It looks like bread omelette but it is vegetarian. If a vegetarian gets tempted on seeing bread omelette, then this dish will be a good option. You can eat it with any chutney or sauce.

Ingredients –

  1. Bread – 10 slices
  2. Besan (Gram flour or Chickpea flour) – 2 cups
  3. Maida (Plain flour or Refined flour) – Half cup
  4. Baking powder – 1 and half teaspoon
  5. Salt – According to taste
  6. Turmeric powder – Half teaspoon
  7. Water – 3 cups
  8. Onion – 1
  9. Chili – Few
  10. Coriander leaves – 2 tablespoons
  11. Chili powder – Half teaspoon
  12. Pepper powder – Half teaspoon
  13. Oil – As required

Method –

  1. Chop onion and chili finely. Take a large mixing bowl and put besan, maida, baking powder, salt, turmeric powder, chili powder and pepper powder. Mix well.
  2. Add onion, chili, coriander leaves and water to it. Mix properly so that all the ingredients get combined. Stir till the batter gets formed.
  3. The batter should have dropping consistency because bread slices have to dip in it and get coated. But make sure that the batter is not too thin.
  4. I used oil for roasting eggless bread omelette. You may use ghee or butter instead of oil. Heat a pan and put sufficient oil to it.
  5. Dip a bread slice in the batter and coat it completely with batter. Put the bread slice in pan and let it get cooked. Flip it and make sure that both sides have cooked evenly.
  6. Cook till the bread turns crisp and then remove from pan. Cook all the remaining bread slices in this way. Serve them hot.

Masala Toast

This is a lip-smacking dish of bread toasted with vegetables and spices. It is usually found in the bakeries of south India. Masala toast makes a healthy breakfast. You can eat it with any chutney or sauce.

Ingredients –

  1. Bread – 10 slices
  2. Salt – According to taste
  3. Oil – 2 tablespoons
  4. Ghee/Butter – As required
  5. Cumin seeds (Jeera) – 1 teaspoon
  6. Mustard seeds (Rai) – 1 teaspoon
  7. Onion – 1
  8. Chili – Few
  9. Tomato – 1
  10. Carrot – 1 or half depending on size
  11. Beans – Some
  12. Turmeric powder – Half teaspoon
  13. Cumin powder – Half teaspoon
  14. Chili powder – 1 teaspoon
  15. Chaat Masala – 1 teaspoon
  16. Garam Masala – 1 teaspoon
  17. Water – As required

Method –

  1. Chop beans, carrot, onion, tomato and chili finely. Heat a pan and put oil to it. Add cumin seeds and mustard seeds. Let them splutter.
  2. Put chili and onion. Saute well till the raw smell disappears. Add tomato and cook till it turns soft and mushy. Put beans, carrot and cook for some time.
  3. Add salt, turmeric powder, cumin powder, chili powder, chaat masala, garam masala and mix properly. Put little water and mix well.
  4. Water is used only for binding the vegetables and spices together. But the mixture should not remain watery, it has to be cooked till it turns dry.
  5. Cover the pan and simmer for few minutes so that the vegetables get cooked. Remove cover and mix well. Keep this mixture aside.
  6. I used ghee for roasting masala toast. You may use oil or butter instead of ghee. Heat a pan and put sufficient ghee to it.
  7. Spread the cooked masala on bread slices and place bread slice on the pan. When the bread slices get cooked at the base, remove them from pan.
  8. Cook all the remaining bread slices in this way. Serve them hot.