Wednesday, February 22, 2012

EGGLESS FRENCH TOAST RECIPE

Savoury Version

    This is the first time I am trying this recipe after I herd about this from my friend. I can say French toast is a perfect breakfast recipe with any Fresh juice | Smoothie.

toast

INGREDIENTS:

BREAD SLICES 3 NO
BESAN | GRAM FLOUR 3 TBLSP
RICE FLOUR 1 TBLSP
RAVA | SEMOLINA 1 TBLSP
YOGURT 2 TBLSP
GREEN CHILLI 1 NO
ONION 1NO
GARAM MASALA A PINCH
SALT TO TASTE
CORIANDER LEAVES FEW
OIL| BUTTER 1-2 TSP
WATER 1/4 CUP
TOAST

METHOD:

  • Mix the besan, rice flour, semolina, finely chopped chili, chopped coriander leaves , garam masala, yogurt and salt and add 1/4 cup of water to this to make a thick batter. Add finely chopped onions to this.
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  • Spread this batter into  a slice of bread with the help of a spoon or a butter knife.
  • Heat a tawa and place the bread on it and spread the batter on the other side of the bread.
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  • Toast them nicely in a medium flame till they gets cooked.
  • Add a few drops of oil | butter while cooking.

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french toast

Note:

  1. Redchilli powder can be added instead of green chilli
  2. Pav bhaji masala | chat masala can be added instead of garam masala.
  3. While adding water to the flour mix, adjust water accordingly till you get an idli batter consistency.
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40 comments:

  1. wow YUMMM!!!....ithula slight variation is what my family fav.... :)

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  2. Tummy filling break fast!!!

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  3. Looks yum, feels like grabbing it

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  4. totally yummy..i love it

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  5. Delicious and healthy breakfast looks yummy...I too make it the same way.

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  6. That's a nice breakfast idea, looks very good..

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  7. Wow that's a new way of doing french toast !! Nicely done !!

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  8. very tempting breakfast !! looks YUM !!

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  9. I never tried frech toast, urs looks comfort and tempting. Thanks for sharing dear...

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  10. Have been wanting to try this for a long time...looks very delicious

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  11. wow!very simple and easy to me..surely kids will like it...nice click as usual jey!

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  12. wow, its really yummy. bookmarked it.will try tomorrow :)

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  13. Nice recipe jeya :)
    Thx. for sharing

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  14. This is something I can look forward to,nice and easy ,apt for the breakfast...Loved the addition of yogurt..

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  15. really yummy dear...thanx 4 sharing it....

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  16. Yummy breakfast and eggless version sounds interesting

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  17. Sounds so yummy,nice recipe.

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  18. a different one from the regular toast, will try it out..

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  19. Lovely french toast ...love the ingredients used here:)

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  20. Lovely eggless version of french toast..looks yummmy n crisp!!

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  21. lovely one... cant believe it is eggless!

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  22. I also make them, saw this recipe somewhere long ago...nicely done, Jeya..taste great

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  23. I should try this version, looks so tempting! Clear bright clicks!

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  24. This toast reminds me of childhood,..

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  25. Wow..Looking really yumm..U made it perfectly..

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  26. This is similar to bread pakora and something we love to eat with tea or at times as breakfast over the weekend :)

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  27. Toast looks tempting, nice way of spreading instead of dippin in the batter.

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  28. never heard of eggless french toast, it looks good... gonna try thi one out :)

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  29. Me being a veggie would love to try this recipe.. Your all post are really good and inspiring. Keep posting.. Thanks :)
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  30. This looks yummy. Thank you for sharing this recipe. My kids love French toasts but I just do not give them the liberty to eat so much because I fear the cholesterol. There are diners as well as catering Fort Lauderdale services that also promote healthier options these days. So, this will certainly be a great substitute for the conventional French toast. Thank you again.

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  31. Yum!! The savory version rocks!! also besan dosa type is a sub for an omlet. this is a good idea too as I usually find french toast a little sweet for my taste and always make the savory version and this version is a treat esp when parents visit and u dont want the egg to stink up the place...

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  32. Thanks for the recipe!! I tried this and turned out good.

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  33. Thanks for the recipe!! I tried this and turned out good..

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