For the second day of toasts, I made one for us. As Sruti was sick after all the travelling, I couldn’t make her any bread recipes. So I made a paleo recipe so that myself and hubby could taste it. I had bookmarked an almond flour bread recipe from Headbanger’s Kitchen long back, but didn’t get an opportunity to try it. And this theme was the perfect occasion to try. To the batter I also added some Italian seasoning to make it more flavourful. This recipe has an egg in it so if you are following veg paleo diet, please excuse me. As I wanted to add more protein to my diet, I have started consuming eggs in different forms.
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I am so late in posting this week’s recipes, but it is better late than never. We usually don’t plan our holidays. Whenever we plan something, it never happens. So this week, we were little surprised when hubby asked us to pack for a trip. We nagged him about our destination, but he never gave it until we started our journey. It was Coutrallam this year. It is one of the places we have never visited and so both myself and Sruti were super excited. But sadly this was off season and when we reached Coutrallam, the place was deserted. There was no water in the falls. And the hotel where we stayed was also deserted. But still we went to visit the old Coutrallam, which was far from the main place where we were staying. There were hundreds of monkeys and only one vehicle apart from ours.
Ever since I saw the desi burger chat in Vaishali’s space, I was itching to try it out. And then I was one recipe less for this week’s marathon. And there was some buns in my pantry. So I decided to finish this week’s BM with this delicious fusion chat. I know the buns look super cute, but you will have to wait for the recipe. It has been reserved for December. But you can use any burger bun to make this chat. I am sure most of you will have green chutney and sweet chutney in your fridge. Then it is really easy to put together. This chat is from the streets of Haridwar.
For the third recipe for cooking on tawa theme, I was looking for one more bread recipe as I had some slices of leftover bread loaf. This recipe from Manjula’s Kitchen did sound amazing and I had all the ingredients at hand. And also it was very simple to make. I made it as an evening snack for Sruti. She loved it so much when I served it along with tomato ketchup.
For the second day for cooking on tawa, I made this absolutely delicious bread pizza. I made a loaf of bread and it was in the fridge waiting to be used up. I used it to make this. The bread itself was so buttery and soft (recipe coming next month) and when made into this pizza, it tasted amazing. I never thought it would be great, but the combination of paneer, boiled potato and cheese slice over the toasted crispy bread slice with the pizza sauce and ketchup was awesome. I was over the moon when I tasted it. And also I made just three slices, one for each.
For the final day of mini bites, here is one more recipe with bread. My mom used to make this bread pakora what we called as bread bajji after seeing it in a cookery show. Green chutney and sweet chutney we use for chats are spread on slices of breads, they are stacked, dipped in bajji batter and deep fried. Mostly it is so large, that you can’t even finish one. Some times we used to slice it into triangles or four squares to make them smaller. But it was one of the tastiest snack my mom made.
For the second day of mini bites, I again made some with bread slices. Bread and cheese are match made in heaven. It may be any cheese the pairing is so wonderful. Yesterday it was mozzarella and today is our Indian cheese paneer. Paneer combined with some Indian spices and bread makes this a delicious appetizer. Serve it with some spicy sauce and you will win so many hearts.
This week in Blogging Marathon, I have chosen mini bites as the theme. Any snack when consumed in lesser quantity is better. And to make sure that you consume lesser amount, it is better to make them smaller in size. By this way you will be making less and also consuming less. And they are also super cute. When I was thinking of small bites to be featured here, I had a pack of sandwich bread and there were seven slices of them. I made three types of snacks using up all the slices and we had a filling dinner that day with some leftovers which we relished the next day. Yes, what I made for snack filled us for the whole night. These also makes a great snack for sudden guests, if yo have bread at home.
Today is the second day of week two in which I am posting chat recipes. Yesterday, it was a very simple aloo chat, but today, it is a little bit elaborate. Usually chat recipes have so many individual recipes and when they are put together in a particular manner, you get a delicious chat with so many flavours merged. Dabeli Pav also known as Kutchi Dabeli / Kutchi Double roti originated in Mandvi, Kutch during 1960. Dabeli means to press and the potato masala is pressed between a toasted pav bun with other fillings. This is a filling snack and when I made this I had it for my lunch too.
For the second day of holiday recipes, here is a savoury snack made with bread. I had a few slices of a bread loaf I made recently and was breaking my head for a recipe. That is when I remembered my honey sesame chilly potatoes I made earlier this month. I just adapted the same recipe to make this addictive super easy snack. Unlike the potatoes, bread slices take too little time to bake in oven. So you can literally put together this dish within 15 minutes.