Masala Toast Recipe

Masala Toast Recipe | How to Make Masala Toast Recipe

What is Masala Toast?

Masala toast is a crisp and spicy toast loaded with vegetables. Masala toast recipe can be prepared with a few ingredients. It is mildly spiced and makes a good breakfast or tea time snack option. The tempering of cumin seeds and curry leaves add flavors to it. It is a healthy toast recipe and doesn’t call for boiled potatoes, cheese, etc.

Let’s talk about the ingredients for Masala Toast recipe

Toast recipes are a combination of bread and toppings. There are a number of ways of making toasts. Toasts can be topped with cheese to make cheese toast, further cheese toast can be extended to make cheese corn toast. Another interesting toast recipe is that of dal toast. These and many more toast recipes are given here.

Following are the ingredients for Masala Toast Recipe

Bread: You can use the bread of your choice. I have used white bread to make masala toast.

Onion and tomatoes: Basic tempering of cumin seeds and curry leaves along with onions and tomatoes form the base for masala toast.

Vegetables: I have used cabbage, carrot, and capsicum to make the masala toast. You can add the veggies of your choice.

Spices and flavors: Basic spices i.e. salt and red chili powder have been used. Little tomato ketchup is added which gives binding as well as enhances the taste of masala toast.

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How to serve Masala Toast?

Serve it hot for weekday breakfast.

How to make Masala Toast?

1.This recipe makes 4 masala toasts.

Masala Toast Recipe

2.In a cooking pan heat 1 tbsp of oil. Add ½ tsp cumin seeds (jeera) and a sprig of curry leaves (kadi patta). Let these splutter.

Masala Toast Recipe

3.Next add 1 chopped onion. Cook till it sweats.

Masala Toast Recipe

4.Add 1 chopped tomato with little salt. Cover and cook till the oil oozes and the tomato becomes mushy.

Masala Toast Recipe

5.Next goes in the chopped veggies i.e. ½ cup of chopped cabbage, 2 tbsp of chopped capsicum and 2 tbsp of thickly grated carrot.

Masala Toast Recipe

6.Also add the spices i.e. salt to taste and ½ tsp of red chili powder.

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7.Cook till the vegetables become soft. Add 1 tbsp of tomato ketchup. Mix well and keep aside.

Masala Toast Recipe

8.Heat a skillet or griller pan. Drizzle little oil. Toast bread slices till crisp.

Masala Toast Recipe

9.Apply butter on the slices.

Masala Toast Recipe

10.Spread the prepared vegetable masala on the slices.

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11.Carefully put on the skillet with the masala side downwards.

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12.Even more carefully flip and cook from the other side too. If you wish you can only cook from the bottom as the masala is already cooked.

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13.Serve hot. Bon appetite!

Masala Toast Recipe

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