Sunday, 31 July 2016

Veggies and Cheese Toast Pakora... 

Veggies and Cheese Toast Pakora... 

This is an ideal breakfast or snack for a rainy day with a garam /hot cuppa of Chai /Tea.... Today since it is raining heavily from morning, I am only thinking of pakoras and bhajiyas... Ufffff.... Could not resist my thoughts.. Finally had to make some thing fried.
This is an in between version of French toast and Bread Pakora. I have added vegetables, cheddar cheese, cottage cheese and green chutney for stuffing the bread and the batter is made with egg, baking powder, flour and cornstarch. It is crispy and filling too  with all veggies. It is eaten hot with green chutney and ketchup.
You can add any filling of your choice...

For the Stuffing 
1 small  Beetroot cut into cubes
1 small Carrot cut into cubes
1 small Onion cut into cubes
1 small piece of Red Cabbage chopped
5 Garlic cloves
1 tbsp Pickled Red Chillies or Green Chillies chopped
Few Coriander leaves chopped
Cheddar Cheese around 4 to 5 pieces
3 tbsp Cottage Cheese
Salt to taste
1/2 tsp Pepper powder

Take a food processor or chopper. Add all the vegetables in the chopper and chop it fine, add both the cheese, churn the chopper. Add the salt and pepper and mix it. Take it out in a bowl.

For the Batter
4 Eggs
1/4 cup Milk
1/4 cup All Purpose Flour
2 tbsp Cornstarch
1 tsp Baking powder
Salt to taste
1/2 tsp Pepper powder

Mix all purpose flour, baking powder and cornstarch together. Break the eggs into a mixing bowl. Whisk the eggs. Add the milk and whisk it once more. Add the mixed flour, whisk it. Add salt and pepper. Mix it.

To make the Toast Pakora
1 packet of Bread loaf
1/4 cup Green Chutney
Oil for frying

Take 2 pieces of bread. Apply the green chutney on one bread and spread the stuffing on another. Place one piece of bread over the other. Cut it into a triangle. Repeat the process for other bread pieces. Take a frying pan. Add the oil and let it heat. Take 4 pieces of the triangle cut bread, dip it into the batter and fry it in the oil until brown in colour from both the sides. Take it out from the oil and keep it on the absorbent paper. Serve it hot with chutney, ketchup and garam chai, and enjoy the rains...

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