Thursday, November 02, 2006

Bread Pizza

The recipe I am presenting to you today is very close to my heart. Its one of those recipes, that me and my brother used to cook together, when we were quite young and learning how to cook. Its a snack, good with evening tea or can be served in breakfast. So lets get cooking, the snack of my childhood...

Makes 10 servings
Serving size 2 Bread slices

Onion (1 medium, finely chopped)
Tomato (2, finely chopped)
Bell Pepper (1 small, finely chopped)
Ginger (1 tbsp, grated)
Green chilli (2, finely chopped)
Corriender Leaves (2 tbsp, finely chopped)
Sooji (250 grams)
Cream (Malai, half cup)

Ajwayan (1 tsp)
Red Chilli Pwd (1/2 tsp)
Salt (to taste)
Bread (1 loaf)
Oil or butter for frying


  1. In a medium bowl mix all the above ingredients and spices, and make a thick paste. Now take one bread slice and spread the paste on it with the help of a spoon or knife and sprinkle few drops of oil on it.
  2. Heat a non-stick pan or tava and place the slice on it with the paste side down. Reduce the heat and again sprinkle few drops of oil on the other side. Flip over and cook untill golden brown on both sides.
  3. Repeat the above process for all the bread slices and serve hot with Corriander chutney or ketchup.

(Cream can be substituted by warm milk (1/2- 3/4 th cup) to make it more healthy.)


Foodie's Hope said...

Looks great, Nidhi! In B'lore you get these kinds in Iyengar bakeries. YOUM!:))

Annita said...

It looks really good..I too wanna give it a try,nidhi..

Trupti said...

How creative! I must try this for the kiddies! They love pizza..they'd eat cardboard If i put some pizza sauce and cheese on it!

Nidhi said...

Thanks Asha..

Thanks Annita, please do try it, it really good.

Thanks Trupti, I m happy to know that u liked my recipe, please do try it. Its good and healthy for kids.


Viji said...

I tried out this dish,great for evening snacks.thanks.

Viji said...

I tried out this dish,great for evening snacks.thanks.