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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Rava toast recipe
An open toast with semolina (Rava/ Sooji) made to a savory batter and toasted in low flame. I have not tasted this before, have seen a video once by chance otherwise it’s totally new to me. I love any dish prepared with rava/ sooji. So I was sure I will like this too. Recently my BIL asked me if I have this post in my blog, so thought of trying and making a post. Obviously I loved it so much, it turned out awesome. This can be a perfect quick and filling snack for kids returning from schools. Or even as breakfast in lazy sundays. I guess this can be called savory french toast or rock toast too. I found the recipe here for my reference.
Check out my other bread toast/ sandwiches
  1. Chocolate banana grilled sandwich
  2. Aloo veg grilled sandwich
  3. Leftover chana masala sandwich
  4. Potato corn toast
  5. Grilled spinach cheese sandwich
I see a lot of updates from friends and family in Chennai about the non stop rain and flooding in most of the areas. Really worried about the people out there. Let’s hope and pray for the rain to stop. Stay safe and also help the needed where ever you can. Don’t hesitate to lend your helping hand even if it’s a small help.
rava-toast

Rava toast recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Breakfast
Prep Time 10 Mins    |  Cook time: 15 mins     Serves: 2

Ingredients

Semolina/ Rava/ Sooji – 1/2 cup

Bread slices – 4

Onion – 1/2, finely chopped

Finely chopped capsicum – 1/4 cup (or)

Grated carrot – 3 tbsp

Green chilli – 1, finely chopped

Red chilli powder – 1/2 tsp

Curd/ Plain yogurt – 2 tbsp

Coriander leaves (Finely chopped) – 2 tbsp

Salt – As needed

Oil/ ghee/ butter – As needed


Method

  1. Mix all the ingredients except bread and oil in a mixing bowl. Use water/ milk or cream to make a thick batter.
  2. 1-mix
  3. Spread the batter over one side of the bread slice as a thick layer. Heat tawa / pan and drizzle with oil/ ghee or some butter. Put the batter applied side to the tawa.
  4. 2-toast
  5. Cook in low or medium flame until golden crust is formed. Flip and toast until crisp.
  6. 3-done

Notes

    • I added colour capsicum as I had it in stock and wanted to use it up. It gave a nice flavour. You an use simply grated carrot. You can increase onion if you want.
    • You can skip green chilli if kids are having it.
    • You can add grated ginger for extra flavour.
    • Using milk or cream makes it more tastier and rich.

Serve hot always with tomato ketchup/ sauce of your choice.
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20 comments:

  1. Batter is placed on both sides of bread

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  2. Rava toast looks so yummy!!

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  3. Hi raji,
    Toast looks so delicious.
    Can I do this on a bread toaster?what is the consistency of the batter?
    And did you put batter on two sides?
    Thank you

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    1. Bread toaster not sure - may stick.
      I applied batter only one side.

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  4. It would taste much much better if you use malai or milk instead of water

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  5. It would taste much much better if you use malai or milk instead of water

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  6. do i need to dry roast rava for this?

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  7. Toast looks so beautiful in golden colour...
    Simple and easy snack idea.
    ..

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  8. Toast looks so beautiful in golden colour...
    Simple and easy snack idea.
    ..

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  9. looking yummy i gonna try this...................

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  10. Malia + curd taste really good in this

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  11. awesome recipe raks! my husband who doesnt like rava could not decipher the ingredients and totally loved eating it! thanks again

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  12. is there a substitute for curd?? my husband has an allergy..

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    1. You can use milk or cream for making the batter. If he is allergic to milk products, then just plain water with little lemon juice.

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  13. Do we need to dry roast the rava?

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    1. No need I guess, but if you want you can do.

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  14. Thanks! I didn't dry roast it and it was a great hit. One more awesome recipe added go my kid's tiffin. Thanks again :)

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  15. I tried it.. Loved it.

    Thanks Rak's!!

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