Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Tadka Bread Snack with Yoghurt dip

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Being a foodie I like to watch all cookery shows that comes in TV and language is not a barrier for me.I watch Telugu,Kannada,Tamil,Rajasthani,Hindi,English anything which is related to cooking and I have scribbled so many books with those recipes.As it is very difficult for me to remember which one I liked among them and which I wanted to give a try,I generally rate those recipes in my book.And you would have understood by now that this recipe is one among those recipes which I wanted to try from my book.
This is a very simple and yummy recipe which can be had either as a breakfast or evening snack.
The flavor in this snack is really amazing,and I am sure that your kids will definitely love this.

Ingredients:


8-10 Bread Slices with Crusts
1 Big Onion,thinly sliced(Julienne cut)

3-4 green chillies finely chopped

1 Big Tomato,roughly chopped

1 1/2 tbsp Yoghurt,beaten

1 tsp jeera

1/2 tsp mustard seeds

1/2 tsp Sugar

1 tsp Lemon juice,fresh

1/4 tsp Turmeric powder

2 tbsp chopped coriander

Salt to taste
2 tbsp Oil/Butter

Method:
  • Toast the Bread slices either on Tawa or Toaster until light golden Brown,cut them into square blocks.
  • Heat oil in a wide bottomed pan and crackle mustard seeds and jeera.
  • Add thinly sliced Onions and finely chopped green chillies and add sugar to it and fry until the onions are caramelized and turn golden in color.
  • Add Turmeric,salt,Yoghurt to it and fry for a minute.Now add the toasted bread cubes to it and fry until its crispy.
  • Add Chopped Tomatoes to it and cook for a minute(do not overcook).
  • Add coriander leaves,lemon juice to it and mix properly.
Serve it hot with cool Yoghurt dip.



Yoghurt dip:

Ingredients:
1/2 Cup beaten fresh curd
1/4 tsp black pepper powder
1/4 tsp red chilli powder

Salt to taste


Method:
  • Mix all the ingredients until it forms smooth and creamy mixture.If the curd is sour,add half spoon of sugar while whisking it.Hand whisker works better for this job.
  • Chill it for 15-20 mins.
Serve this with Tadka Bread Snack.

This again goes to "Show me your breakfast" Event by Divya of Dil se.

and also to "EFM Theme - Breakfast Series" @ Srish Kitchen

43 comments:

Priya said...

Prathy, lovely bread snack, amazing yogurt dip yaar!!lol even i do love any cookery show, languages never been a barrier to my passion of cooking too!!

Parita said...

Looks like bread upma, i usually use brown bread slices..like the idea of using yogurt, will try next time!!

Pooja said...

these breads look lovely prathiba ! will definitely try these

CHAITRA said...

Dear Prathiba!!
Very tasty and easy to prepare bread snack.Looks colourful and tasty.
Drop in sometime to my blog!!

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

Reminded me of bread upma... Looks yum and different though...

Ann said...

Super twist to bread upma :) looks so yumm

Trupti said...

Looks like Upama..looks delicious

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A2Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Prathy
Lovely and easy snack and very healthy dip indeed.

Padma said...

Looks so yummy Prathibha...

Nithya Praveen said...

Hey Prathiba...lovely snack.Perfect one for breakfast too.I share similar liking as urs...i too jot down recipes and try them out.Nice click too!

Srilakshmi said...

Beautiful pics! Love the crispiness of bread pieces.. I used to watch all Cooking based shows as a kid too (irrespective of the language)

Mangala Bhat said...

WoW! 1st i thought bread upama ..it is different item though ..Wow! lovely recipe Thanks for sharing :)

Pooja said...

Wow looks delicious! great snack :)

Happy cook said...

I have neve rhad this, but it looks so so yummy delicous, just i am dtooling writting the comment here.

Shama Nagarajan said...

lovely yummy recipe...lovely click

Vrinda said...

Looks like bread upma but i liked ur toasted version...looks crispy and delish..will try this version..

Cilantro said...

Great snack, I make them often without the yogurt. Next time I shall follow your recipe.

Smitha said...

I really like yogurt on the whole. So liked the dip alot. The pic looks so good.

kittymatti said...

very interesting indeed! Looks appetizing

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

looks soooo good....can i come over for snack?

Renu said...

Reminds me of bread upma....will try urs

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Hey,thats really looking so yummy love it :)

Food Fanatic said...

i like this idea, i will try it sometime...thanks for visiting my blog so soon

Pavithra said...

wow prathy looking so good and mouthwatering.. i used to do the same but adding yoghurt haven't tried but sure i will add it next time when i do it. I think it makes some difference..will let u know

Sush said...

very similar to bread upma. but normally tomatoes are not added to bread upma. Very nice clicks :)

rekhas kitchen said...

nice snack and awesome dip both looks so delicious.hummm Yes i too watch many cookery shows language hummmm ok any language.......

Kitchen Flavours said...

Oh wow....that's an interesting recipe...looks yum...

Chitra said...

Iam drooling over it..will surely try ..have bookmarked it..thanks !!

Valarmathi said...

Lovely and yummy snack.

Gita said...

Delicious dish Prathibha...I would love to have the tadka bread and the dip as an evening snack :)

Vaishali said...

That looks delicious. My parents used to make something similar to this. I'd love to eat some now!

Vanamala said...

Love the plate full of snack...yummy

Rush said...

this is ultimate lady..takes me back to monsoon days in childhood!!

Yasmeen said...

My mom used to pack this in my lunch box sometimes,yummy!

chakhlere said...

Hey Pritbha!!
Thanks for nice feedback at my blog!!
Me too first time here!!
I have fallen in love with your blog and recipes here!!
Very nice and amazing recipes!!
This Tadka bread is looking so yummy!!
I loved the idea of toasting the bread!!

My Experiments with Cooking said...

This idea clicks totally!I am sure to try.

DEESHA said...

A good idea to use Yogurt .. looks spicy & yummy

Laavanya said...

Oh boy that looks absolutely lip-smacking.. that crunchy, masala bread with a yogurt dip - nice one Pratibha.

delhibelle said...

Hi Prathy
You have some very interesting and unusual recipes here, esp love ur breakfast ideas, like this one:)

munchcrunchandsuch said...

awesome snack..yogurt dip is my fav!looks like a treat

Ashwini said...

snack looks yummmyy.. gonna try it..

Divya Vikram said...

That makes a lovely breakfast!Thanks for sending this to "Show Me Your Breakfast" event!!

Food Fanatic said...

Thanks sweetheart! I followed your recipe and it was a hit. I tried the same recipe with paneer the next day too but didnt turn out as good as the bread one.

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