Sunday, March 28, 2010

Rava Toast / Rock Toast

I first saw this recipe on TV many years ago and they called it rock toast. I am not crazy about upma, but I love bread so this seemed like a good combination. Its a simple recipe but is a hit with kids and adults alike. We had it for snacks when we were younger and now its brunch with some hot tea or coffee.

Ingredients:

1 cup rava / sooji (cream of wheat)
1/4 cup onions diced
1/4 cup tomatoes diced
1/4 cup green peppers diced
1/4 cup red or orange peppers diced
1 tablespoon chopped coriander
3-4 tablespoons yogurt
1/2 teaspoon red chili powder
6 slices bread (any type is fine)
Oil
Salt
Mix the rava, vegetables, yogurt, chili powder and salt. Add water to make a thick batter. Taste and adjust the salt and spice. Spread on one side of the bread. In a non stick flat pan or griddle, put a few drops of oil. Put the bread, rava side down, on the pan. Cook on medium heat. Press down slightly with a spatula to cook the rava evenly. If the rava side slides easily when the pan is shaken, it is cooked. When cooked, flip the bread and crisp the other side. You do not need to put oil on this side. Remove from pan and serve hot with green coriander chutney or ketchup. Enjoy with a hot cup of tea or coffee!

I am sending this to Divya's Sunday Snacks: Healthy Snacks Event and Suma's Jihva: Breakfasts, an event started by Indira. Also to Bhagyashri's Cooking for Kids - Filling Breakfasts, an event started by Sharmi of Neivedyam.

19 comments:

Ms.Chitchat said...

Mmmmmm, very interesting, this dish is new to me. Click is very appealing :):)

Silence Sings said...

hey thats a wonderful dish....its seeming that its been baked not stoved..looks so perfect...

Jagruti said...

Wow..that's really looks yummy..never seen tempting!!

Jagruti said...

which bread did you use? white or wholemeal?

prachee said...

I think this is really new snack item for me... even Uday doesn't like upma. I think this is a very good opt. Thanks for a wonderful n healthy recipe !!!

prachee said...

I think this is really new snack item for me... even Uday doesn't like upma. I think this is a very good opt. Thanks for a wonderful n healthy recipe !!!

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Cooking Foodie, good pictures. I have a similar thing called Bread Pizza, the pictures of your are much better, nicely explained too :)

Kiran said...

Wow,cooking foodie a nice whole lunch for my kids.Will surely try this.Thank you for sharing.Yum-Yum.

Sushma Mallya said...

toasts look perfect and loved it...

J said...

this one is very intersting.. will try it for sure..book marking it..

Suma Gandlur said...

Love the different kind of toast. :)

Lisa Michelle said...

I LOVE this!! Such a beautiful, colorful toast. I'd love to make some kind of twist on this but maybe using something other than cream of wheat. Any suggestions? Oh, and speaking of great photos...wow, you've got some beauties here :)

myspicykitchen said...

interesting recipe! Will try it sometime. I am not a big fan of upma either.

harini-jaya said...

interesting idea...shall try it out..

R said...

looks so yumm!!

My Experiments with Food said...

I have been looking for this recipe for a very long time! Thanks for sharing. I too had seen it on TV many years ago, and remember enjoying it as a kid.

Mom Chef said...

first time here :) Nice space ! Happy to follow you as well.. Do drop in when you can !!

pavani said...

yummy...i tried it...my hubby and kids, they just loved it...thanks for a healthy, simple and tasty recipe... .and the click is awesome

pavani said...

yummy...i tried it..it turned out so well..my hubby and kids, they just loved it..thanks for a healthy, simple and tasty recipe...and the click is awesome

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