Friday, March 18, 2011

Bread Upma


An easy peacy breakfast for you and the best way of utilising bread before they stale. I am a huge fan of bread. I have mentioned about it in my earlier posts. I am not saying about it all over again. The Indian store near our apartment have all the basic stuffs. It is a bliss that we get canned coconut milk and shredded coconut over there. Our traditional kerala snacks like achappom, murukku everything is available. But I have found that both bread and milk they provide will be almost close to expiry. During several trips of Indian grocery store this has happened and we have even told the manager about it and of no use. Here you will get milk in one big can and it will take us atleast one week to finish it. Both of us are not active coffee drinkers. The bread craving inside me compelled me to have a sandwich for dinner and not with a second thought I put the bread packet into my shopping cart. When I came home I made the sandwich and next day morning the bread packet is looking at me and saying "you can use me fast or else you can throw me away". Then I got down myself to make one of my favorite breakfast item.

Recipe Source : My Mom



Ingredients :

Bread - 8 slices
Onion - 1
Green Chillies - 4
Dry chilli Bits - 4
Carrot Grated - 1
Salt - To Taste
Milk - Little (To sprinkle on the bread cubes) 

To Crackle : 

Mustard Seeds - 1/2 tsp
Urad Dal - 1/2 tsp

Method :

Cut the bread into cubes and sprinkle enough milk on the bread cubes. Add a little salt also. Mix gently with hand or toss and keep for 10 minutes. Heat Oil. Crackle the items. Add the onion mix and fry. When the green chillies turn color add the bread pieces and mix. Add little more oil as required and fry the bread pieces. 

12 comments:

  1. Bread Upma looks yummm..Simple and easy recipe..
    Even I hav to get bread whenever I go 4 grocery shopping:-)

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  2. very tempting...nice n simple recipe !

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  3. @ Ramya : It's so easy to prepare !!!
    @onlyfishrecipes: Sonali, Your fish recipes are tempting me so much !!!

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  4. Yum n easy ..I love bread upma

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  5. This recipe sounds delicious.I have some bread nearing expiration date,now I can make good use of them.

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  6. I love these kind of simple recipes..great way to use leftover bread too..

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  7. Thanks preety !!! It was so much fun meeting you all this afternoon !!!

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  8. one of my favourites too!!! The love of bread runs in the family :)

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