Iyengar bakery style toast


Ingredients

6 bread slices
1/2 cup chopped cabbage
1/2 cup grated carrot
1/2 cup chopped onions
Salt to taste
1/2 tsp Red chilli powder
1/4 cup chopped capsicum
1/2 tsp Lemon juice
4 tbsp tomato sauce
Finely chopped coriander leaves
2 tsp oil
Butter as reqd for bread

Heat oil and add chopped onions. When it turns pinkish add chopped cabbage, capsicum and carrot and cook till soft. Add salt, red chilli powder and 2 tbsp tomato sauce. Mix well and add coriander leaves. Finally mix in some lemon juice.

Toast the bread slices with little butter and apply little tomato sauce. Spread a generous filling of the vegetable mix on the bread and cover it with another slice. Press slightly and serve.

* Instead of toasting the bread slice you can even grill the sandwich after filling the vegetable mixture
* You can fry some tomato pieces along with the onions instead of using tomato sauce.
* You can even add any other vegetable like potato, beans to make it more nutritious
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12 comments:

LG said...

This is our fav breakfast item too. I have it on my blog also. I saw two blogs blogging this same day, what a co incidence :D

Priya said...

Irresistible toast,feel like having rite now..

nivedita said...

hI
TODAY ONLY I WAS GOING THROUGH THIS RECIPE IN CHAMPA'S BLOG AND BOOKMARKED IT TO MAKE,

WILL MAKE SOON AND POST MY VERSION TOO.
LOOKS GREAT FOR EVENING SNACK WHEN KIDS COME HOME HUNGRY THANKS.

Sanctified Spaces said...

I have eaten this toast in Mysore..nice to see it here.

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Looks super yum and so tempting.

anthony stemke said...

A lovely recipe, I will try this soon.
Thank You.

Kalyani said...

yummy and tempting .. following u ......

Madhura Manoj said...

My fav...Love it.Can I have the plate?

uma shankar said...

yum these kind of things are blended with yr life.yum!!!

swapna said...

Tempting and yummy....

Binitha said...

yumm!!...totally a must try...I've had them from my school days and now I can make my own:)
thank you

do drop in and check my blog when time permits.

Cheers,
Binitha

loestrin said...

I think this is one of the favourite break fast of almost all of us.And if not than its a must try dish.

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