Sooji Toast | Suji Toast | Semolina Masala Toast Recipe

Semolina Toast
Sooji Masala Toast
`I always prefer quick breakfast recipes most days than complex ones that calls for extra dishes to wash up and extra work at chopping/ grinding. Irony is that I end up making the latter most times since in India most times we cannot skip breakfast and it becomes an ideal part of beginning the day right. But I do have my kinda breakfast twists once in a while, so the other day I had a loaf of bread and made these instant Sooji Toast that are simple and quick to do almost in a jiffy. Semolina Masala toast can be made as a snack with evening tea too. The only best combination to them is tomato ketchup according to me. 




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SEMOLINA / SOOJI TOAST RECIPE 


Recipe - Own

Servings - 8-10
Prep time - 5 mins
Cook time - 1-2 minutes per slice

Ingredients 


Sandwich Bread - 10 slices cut diagonally to halfs

Semolina/ Suji/ Sooji  - 1/2 cup
Curd - 1/2 cup
Water - 1/2 cup 
Carrots - 1 grated
Coriander & mint leaves - 1 tbsp chopped
Green chilli - 1 sliced and finely chopped
Turmeric powder - 1/3 tsp
Red chilli powder - 1/3 tsp
Salt - to taste
Oil - as required to grease toast

Method


1. Cut the Bread slices diagonally and set aside. Take a bowl combine sooji(semolina), turmeric, red chilli, green chilli, carrot, coriander and mint leaves, curd and mix well. Now add salt and water combine well. The mixture should be semi-thick like dosa/ pancake batter.


2. Bring a skillet to hot add 1 tsp of oil. Dip one bread slice to the prepared mixture and coat the other side and place on the skillet, let it cook for 30-40 seconds. Add more oil on the top side of the toast flip side and let it cook.


3. Repeat the same for the remaining toast.


Serve warm along with tomato ketch up.




Cooks Wisdom


Tip 1


1. You can add finely chopped capsicum to the batter but I did not include them.


Tip 2


2. You can use butter for a rich flavour.


Tip 3


3. Adding green chilli and red chili powder is for spice you can skip.

21 comments:

  1. good idea... definitely a change

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  2. Wonderful suji toast indeed. Wish we could be neighbour my dear sister...

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  3. this looks really good priya... would taste lovely as well...

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  4. Very nice idea dear... usually I will make it with bengal gram... sooji toast s different and tempting... Love the clicks...

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  5. Yum..... going to try for my kids lunch box.

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  6. I love suji toast, its perfect snack for me. It looks so yum, I am sure it tasted yum too:-)

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  7. luks so yumm n innovative...

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  8. Yummy toast pri:-)want to grab whole plate

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  9. This is my fav toast :) looks super duper delicious and very very tempting one !!

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  10. interesting breakfast.. love it

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  11. This looks superb Priya, easy and tasty..

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  12. mmmm.....yummmm... Looks mouthwatering. Amazing clicks

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  13. Its qjiick and healthy snack too.

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  14. wow, this spicy toast looks super tempting and inviting sis...

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  15. YUmm, lovely as a 4 o'clock snack . Nice clicks as always

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  16. This looks fabulous..Love ur clicks

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  17. This is one of my fav toasts, looks very tempting..

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  18. this looks so so tempting n wish to have them right away! :) lovely clicks ! :)

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  19. Love this kind of savory toast! Sooji toast is in my to do list, your pics makes me hungry, wish i could have it for my BF now ;) well done Priya!

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  20. Very tempting and delicious toast

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