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Sunday, 5 July 2009

Bread D-Lite



Though world-class bread loaves are available at all departmental stores, I always rely on my favourite 20 year old Kidderpore bakery which delivers all kinds of customised oven-fresh bread loaves at my doorstep.
My seventy-two year old father, N L Banerjee loves bread like anything, and this recipe is dedicated to him. He served for a multi-national pharma firm and is now retired for sixteen years.




Ingredients:
  • oven-fresh loaf (cut into thick pieces)
  • Kissan tomato ketchup
  • Kissan cheesy spread
  • cheese (2 cubes, grated)
  • egg (2, well beaten)
  • green chillies (4, finely chopped)
  • garlic (8 cloves, finely chopped)
  • onion (1 large, also finely chopped)
  • capsicum (1 large, again finely chopped)
  • flour (1 tbsp)
  • milk (1/2 cup)
  • butter (melted 1 tsp)
  • salt, sugar, and black pepper powder
Procedure:

heat the wok, and dry-fry the flour. Keep aside.
Heat the butter and add garlic, onion, capsicum, and chillies. Saute for 2 mins. Meanwhile beat the egg with cheese, milk and the dry-fried flour, along with salt and a little sugar. Add this mixture to the previous mixture (consisting of the garlic, butter, onion, capsicum, and chillies), and stir so as to ensure that no unwanted lumps form. Add black pepper powder from top, and allow it to cool.
Take the bread pieces and evenly and generously spread Kissan cheesy spread followed by Kissan tomato ketchup  uniformly. Now Spread the previously made giant-mixture evenly and thickly (mind it!) on any ONE side of all the bread pieces, and toast in a pre-heated OTG for 15 minutes.

Serve hot with more Kissan  tomato ketchup.

6 comments:

CHAITRA said...

Sounds perfect and looks inviting.
Drop in sometime to my blog.

Roshmi Sinha said...

This and the Sabji paratha looks delicious... will try them out next... !

Thanks for sharing...

sangi said...

Delicious...

Babli said...

Ei recipe ta durdanto laglo..Delicious..Ami ajkei try korbo.

SGD said...

This sounds delicious....ami almost imagine korte parchhi the aroma of baked bread with cheesy-garlicy-peppery flavour!! mmmmmm

Indrani said...

wonderful sandwich filling....really bread delight