Suji Toast – A breakfast that is super delicious | 2018-05-20 | daily-sun.com

Suji Toast – A breakfast that is super delicious

Sun Online Desk     20th May, 2018 11:36:13 printer

Suji Toast – A breakfast that is super delicious

 

The weekend is the time of the week you want to treat yourself with a fancy breakfast. But with a long hectic week behind us, we often tend to be lazy and for these lazy mornings, this recipe is just perfect.

 

This easy recipe makes suji toast that is light and crisp. It only requires a few simple ingredients you probably have in your kitchen right now. Jump to this scrumptious snack trying to our quick recipe.

 

Serves: 8

 

Preparation time: 15-20 minutes

 

Cooking time: 30 minutes

 

Ingredients:

 

Suji                                2 cups

 

Bread slices                 8

 

Fresh curd                    1 cup (thick)

 

Onion                            1 large (finely chopped)

 

Capsicum                      1 large (finely chopped)

 

Carrot                            1 medium (grated)

 

Garlic                              3 flakes (finely chopped)

 

Green chillies                 2-3 (finely chopped)

 

Red chilli powder          1 tsp

 

Salt                                   to taste

 

Oil                                     to fry

 

Mix all ingredients well-keeping bread slices aside. You may add little water if you find the consistency of the mixture too thick to be spread on bread piece (keep remember that the consistency should not be watery or too thin, it should be thick enough to hold the grip on bread piece while frying).

 

Take a bread slice. Spread this mixture evenly on its top surface.

 

Cut it into four equal squares.

 

Heat oil in a deep pan.

 

Fry the square bread pieces topped with suji mixture one by one flipping on both sides.

 

Fry till golden brown.

 

Serve hot with coriander chutney and tomato ketchup.

 

You can adapt this recipe depending on your mood and creativity. For instance, you could imagine adding oregano, chilli flakes and few more vegetables of your taste in the batter.

 

We bet you that these golden crispy suji toasts will make you hungry as soon as you see them.


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