Rava Toast / Semolina Toast


This is another bread recipe that is quick, uncomplicated and does not take  much of time to prepare.  This toast is  so quick to make that it does not require much chopping and just no grinding. 

 
Bread is always present in the house, whenever my daugther use to say  Ma,  I am hungry what's there to to eat ? I used to prepare this snack for her and she use to happily enjoy this toast without a fuss.  Incidentally this Sooji Toast was my mother's favorite, once a week she would always make it a point to remind me to prepare this for her.  This is her recipe and she taught me how to make this simple and quick  toast.


Semolina/Rava toast can be made as a snack with evening tea too. The best combination to it is  tomato ketchup.


Ingredients

1 Cup Rava / Semolina
1/4 Cup Onions - finely chopped
1/4 Cup Tomatoes - finely chopped
1/4 Cup Capsicum - finely chopped
1 Tablespoon Coriander - finely chopped
2 Green chillies - finely chopped
1/2 Cup Yogurt
1/2 Teaspoon Pepper powder
7 Slices bread White or Brown

1 Tomato - cut into  thick slices 
Oil for frying
Salt to taste



Method

Mix the semolina, vegetables, yogurt, pepper powder and salt. Add water to make a thick batter.  Spread on one side of the bread. In a non stick flat pan or griddle, put a few drops of oil. Put the bread,  semolina side down, on the pan. Cook on medium heat. Press down slightly with a spatula to cook it evenly. If the toast side slides easily when the pan is shaken, it is cooked. 



When cooked, flip the bread and crisp the other side. You do not need to pour oil on this side. Remove from pan and serve hot with tomato ketchup. Enjoy with a hot cup of tea or coffee!


As you can see in the pic I have used tomato slice in few  of toast.


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Labels: Breakfast, Kids delight, Semolina, Healthy snacks, Blogging Marathon 
sneha datar
sneha datar

Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.

10 comments:

  1. Semolina spread in bread sounds interesting and the toast looks yummy..

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  2. Very interesting recipe. So innovative!

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  3. Quick and easy to make snack with bread.

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  4. This is like having upma on toast. Can imagine the taste....I definitely need to give it try.

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  5. Yummy and this is one quick fix after school snack I make for my kids.

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  6. what a unique sandwich topping

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  7. I had this once and forgot all about it :) this looks like a yummy n quick snack..

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