Monday, May 23, 2016

Tomato Bread Toast Indian Style

Tomato Bread Toast Indian Style

Tomato Bread Toast is an easy and spicy toast to have for a lazy day without any jiffy. When I was searching in net I found many tomato bread recipes in western versions. Could not find much in Indian style. So thought why can't we prepare our own indianised version for the tomato toast and this recipe is born. Everyone in our family loved this very much. Do try in your house this Tomato Bread toast Indian Style and let me know how it came for you. 

You can check my other bread toast recipes here. Some I have given below.
Bread Pizza

Tomato Bread Toast Indian Style

Tomato Bread Toast

Preparation time: 5 min | Cook Time: 10 min | Serves: 2
Recipe Category: Breakfast | Recipe Cuisine: Indian

Bread - 4 slices
Tomato - 1 big (chopped finely)
Onion - 1/2 big or 1 small size (chopped finely)
Tomato sauce - 3 tbsp
Chilli powder - 3/4 tsp
Garam masala - 1/4 tsp
Chat masala - 1/5 tsp
Roasted cumin powder - 1/5 tsp
Salt as per taste
Coriander leaves - 1 tbsp + for garnishing 
Green chilli - 1 chopped finely (optional)
Olive oil - little (optional)

Tomato Bread Toast Indian Style

Method to prepare Tomato Bread Toast

1. Add all the ingredients except bread in a bowl. Mix them well. 
Tomato bread toast

2. Sprinkle little olive oil on bread and spread the prepared mixture. Toast it in convection oven at 170 deg celcious for 6 to 8 minutes or until the edges of bread becomes crispy. 
Tomato Bread Toast Indian Style

3. Remove from the oven and serve it hot. 

Tomato Bread Toast Indian Style

1. If you like adding more onions you can add. 
2. Also instead of tomato sauce, you can add tomato chilli sauce. But it will be more spicy n sweeter version.
3. You can reduce the garam masala when preparing for children. 
4. You can also sprinkle chat masala just before serving.
5. My small one strictly said not to add the green chilli, so I did not add. Chilli powder and garam masala itself gives enough spiciness for our dish. If you want more spicy, you can add green chilli. 

Try this Tomato Bread Toast and enjoy your day!!!

Friday, May 20, 2016

Aloo Raita | Potato Raita Recipe | Raita Recipes

Aloo Raita

Aloo Raita or Potato Raita is actually a new recipe for me as I have never tasted this raita before. When I prepared the Babycorn Biryani, I want to try any new raita and searched for the recipes on net. When I saw the recipe here, I was thinking how the taste would be with plain aloo and the yogurt. So I decided to try and to my surprise I really loved it very much. Not only me, everyone in my family liked it as this Aloo Raita is new recipe for all of us. Also, when read about this Aloo raita, I came to know it is prepared for the Navratri fasting days and in those days, chilli powder are omitted sometimes by the devotees. Now let's go to the recipe. 

You can check other raita recipes in my blog and below are some for you to view. 

Aloo Raita

Aloo Raita Recipe

Preparation time: 05 min | Cook Time: 12 min | Serves: 3-4
Recipe Category: Snacks | Recipe Cuisine: North Indian

Boiled potato - 1 (medium sized)
Curd / Yogurt - 4 tbsp
Black salt - 1/4 tsp
Roasted cumin powder - 1/4 tsp
Chat masala - 1/5 tsp
Chilli powder - 1/5 tsp (optional)
Chopped coriander or mint leaves - little
Salt - as per taste 
Sugar - 3 pinch

Aloo Raita


1. Cut the boiled potato into small cubes. Beat the curd/yogurt nicely. It should be smooth consistency.
Aloo Raita

2. Once the yogurt attains the smooth consistency, add the black salt, salt, roasted cumin powder, chat masala, sugar and Chilli powder. (In this recipe I didn't add the chilli powder as my lo didn't eat the mango raita, in which I added the chilli powder).
Aloo Raita

3. Add the potato cubes and mix thoroughlly.
Aloo Raita

4. Garnish with coriander leaves or mint leaves and serve it. 
Aloo Raita

Yummy yummy Aloo Raita is ready.

Aloo Raita

Top this Aloo Raita with some crispy boondi and serve with hot hot Pulao's.

1. As I mentioned already in step 3, I didn't add the chilli powder., as my lo doesn't eat if it is spicy. But the original recipe calls for chilli powder.
2. You can also add chopped green chillies and chopped mint or coriander leaves to the raita. I used coriander leaves for garnishing alone. 
3. Chat masala can also be replaced by little amchoor powder or dry pomegranate powder. 

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