SUJI TOAST/RAVA TOAST/ CHEESY SEMOLINA TOAST /सूजी टोस्ट
A yummy and filling breakfast makes my day. And if the breakfast consists of lots of goodies, I am the happiest person. This suji toast has obviously the bread as a base with the topping of suji/semolina batter. And surprisingly, the suji batter is not plain or bland but a mixture of suji, several veggies, cheese, and paneer. A few mild spices and fresh coriander leaves add taste and freshness to the suji toast
To make these yummy suji toast, we have to start the process by making a semi-thick batter of fine semolina, curd, corn kernels, mixed veggies, and a few kinds of cheese ( both fresh and processed). Both the cheeses and curd make the batter too creamy to cook the toasts amazingly tasty. A few mild spices like pepper powder and mixed Italian seasoning take their taste to another level.
The batter is spread evenly on the bread slices and then toast them with the help of butter until those get a golden hue and a pleasant cheesy texture
On to the recipe now 😊
Prep time – 10 minutes
Cook time – 10-15 minutes
Total time – 25 minutes
Course – Breakfast/evening snack
Author – Bharti Dhawan
• Bread slices – 4 nos
• Fine/thin suji(samolina) – 1 cup
• Curd/dahi – 1/2 cup
• Water – 1/2 cup or as required
• Grared paneer/cottage cheese – 1 tbsp
• Processed cheese at room temperature – 1 tbsp
• Finely chopped onions – 1 no
• Finely chopped green capsicum – 2 tbsp
• Finely chopped red capsicum – 1 tbsp
• Blanched corn kernels – 1/2 cup
• Fresh coriander leaves – 2 tbsp
• Salt – to taste
• Red chilly flakes – 1 tsp
• Pepper powder – 1 tsp
• Italian seasoning – 2 tsp
• Butter at room temperature – 3-4 tsp
HOW TO MAKE SUJI/SEMOLINA TOAST
1- Firstly, take a mixing bowl and add suji/rava. Add dahi/curd followed by salt, and all the powdered spices to it.
2- Add little water at intervals and mix well to make a thick batter. Cover the bowl for 10 minutes and allow the batter to absorb the moisture
3- Next, add all the chopped veggies and corns followed by coriander leaves
4- Now add grated paneer and processed cheese to the mix.
5- Combine everything nicely with a spoon. Add a little more water if required (salt and veggies too add moisture to the mix. We need a semi-thick batter).
6- Keep a nonstick frying pan on the flame. Apply a thin layer of butter on one side of the bread slice
7- Spread the suji batter evenly on the other side of the slice and drop it on the pan with butter side down
8- Keep the flame at low-medium. Add little butter on top and flip the toast. Allow the batter to cook at low flame. Press the toast with a spatula.
9- When the batter side is cooked to golden, remove the toast from the pan and cut each toast in half
10- Make all the suji toasts like this and serve with the tomato ketchup or the green chutney
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