Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Stuffed Pepper Gobi Masala Bread Toast

I was hosting this month Global kadai and i was bit late to post my entry for this fabulous event..finally am here with a fantastic bread toast i prepared with pepper gobi masala which i finally prepared as toast with peppered beatened egg...This bread toast suits prefectly for lunch with a simple salad while for dinner with a bowl of soup..Its quite a filling toast, tastes awesome and spicy coz of the gobi masala i have prepared with pepper powder and garam masala powder..Its also a quite a simple masala which i usually prepare along with green peas and potatoes,but this time i totally went for gobis as they were sitting in my fridge since for two days.

Pepper gobi masala

Pepper Gobi Masala:
2cups Cauliflower florets
1no Onion (chopped)
1no Tomato (big & chopped)
1tsp Ginger garlic oaste
3/4tsp Pepper powder
1tsp Garam masala powder
Salt
Oil
1/2tsp Fennel seeds
Few mint leaves (chopped)

Heat enough oil, fry the fennel seeds and add immediately the chopped onions, chopped tomatoes, ginger garlic paste with enough salt ,saute until the onions turns transculent and the raw smell of ginger garlic paste get disappears..now add the chopped cauliflower florets, saute for few minutes..finally add the pepper powder, garam masala powder, toss everything gently, put the flame in simmer and cook until the veggies get well cooked,finally add the chopped mint leaves, put off the stove..

Gobi bread toast

4nos Whole wheat bread slices
Pepper Gobi masala (as per need)
1no Egg
2tbsp Milk
Pepper powder (per need)
Salt
Oil

Fill two bread slices with enough pepper gobi masala, cover the masala with the  another two bread slices, meanwhile beat the egg,milk with pepper powder and salt.... heat enough oil in a pan..dip gently the stuffed masala bread slices in the egg mixture and drop immediately to the pan, cook on both sides until they get golden brown..

Serve warm!

36 comments:

  1. That's a neat idea... Must have tasted yumm!

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  2. Lovely and unique mouthwatering toast. Delicious! The cake in the previous post looks gorgeous. I don't care much about the fondant or icing for that matter but the pattern on the top looks divine.

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  3. looks very delicious n tempting ..i am going to try this

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  4. perfection et délicieux
    bonne soirée

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  5. wow eggy bread and masala sandwich rolled into one.Very innovative.I am sure it tastes great.

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  6. looks very colorful and delicious.

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  7. Awesome. Love to have one toast...

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  8. Priya,

    This stuffing looks great. sure they taste great with toast.

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  9. Awesome ..great looking toasts..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  10. மிகவும் அருமையான ஐடியா...சூப்பர்ப்...பகிர்வுக்கு நன்றீ...

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  11. Ie been wanting to try out savory french toast and I love gobhi :) Will definitely try soon!

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  12. Fabulous sandwich, loved the filling! And what a coincidence I posted a sandwich today too :-)

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  13. I have a cauliflower sitting in my fridge, anxiously awaiting to be picked up. And, I have a toddler who comes home hungry after playschool every afternoon. Now, I know just what to put together for him for lunch :) Thank you!!

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  14. very delicious and colorful recipe

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  15. Tangy treat of cauliflower, must try.

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  16. this is really very new to me..im sure it wud be yum !

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  17. this makes for a delicious lunch :)

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  18. Delicious treat priya ! you always comeup a wonderful idea ...

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  19. This is a nice recipe...a good stuffing

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  20. cheers nice toast priya.. sounds delicious..

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  21. Never used cauliflower in a sandwich. Very innovative!

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  22. i loved the filling in it..spicy and yum

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  23. Delicious toast.. This gives me a variety dish for the evening snackings..

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  24. what a fabulous idea to use cauliflower as stuffing for french toast. Kudos to u Priya

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  25. Gobi with pepper...sounds interesting!

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  26. Interesting way of preparing French Toast !

    will prepare this soon !

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  27. great recipe indeed..looks super yummy

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  28. சூப்பர்ர் நல்ல ஐடியாவும் கூட...

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