Friday, June 25, 2010

Stuffed Raw Banana Podimas Bread Toast With Oats Crust

I wanted to prepare for our today's lunch something quick, spicy and easy, finally i planned to make out some sandwich with whole wheat bread slices..For filling i dont want to make out any non vegetarian filling and i went for some vegetable filling, while going through my freezer i saw a bag of frozen raw banana chunks which i cooked already with turmeric powder and freezed them before few days..I prepared immediately a simple podimas with those frozen raw banana chunks, finally i used this simple raw banana podimas as filling for sandwich and prepared a simple toast with rolled oats...Its was filling, healthy and delicious bread toast we enjoyed along with simple lettuce salad ,watelse we need.. We had an excellent and filling lunch...

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Raw Banana Podimas:
2cups Raw banana chunks (cooked & smashed)
1no Onion (chopped finely)
1tsp Ginger (chopped finely)
2nos Green chillies (chopped)
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
1/2tsp Mustard seeds&urad dal
1/2tsp Channa dal
1no Dry red chillies
Curry leaves
Salt
Oil

Heat enough oil and let splutters the mustard seeds, urad dal, channa dal and dry red chillies, add now the chopped onions, chopped green chillies and chopped ginger, saute everything well until the onions turns transculent, add immediately the turmeric powder, smashed raw banana pieces, salt and curry leaves ,springle some water and  cook everything in simmer for few minutes, until the veggies get well cooked..

Oats Crusted Raw Banana Podimas Stuffed Bread Toast

Oats Crusted Bread Toast:
4slice Whole Wheat Bread
Raw Banana Podimas (per need)
1tbsp All purpose flour
Water
1/4cup Rolled oats
Oil

Spread the raw banana podimas over a bread slice, cover with an another bread slice, meanwhile make a thick paste with all purpose flour and water...brush this thick paste over the podimas stuffed bread slices, springle the rolled oats, press the oats to get well coated over the bread slices, finish the remaining bread slices as the same way..heat enough oil, toast this bread slices on both sides until the toast get well cooked..

Enjoy warm!!

29 comments:

  1. wow what a wonderful,crispy,yummmmyyyyy toast :)

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  2. wow...tempting to grab it right now..nice click

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  3. Priya,
    a very delicious and creative toast.Love the oats topping.

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  4. Priya, you always come up with these yummy and innovative ways of including unusual ingredients, hats off to you :)

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  5. Nice healthy toast priya. Good one. I love podimas.

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  6. Looks great priya...
    I always do this- watever left over stir fries I have, next day morning it will be our sandwich...

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  7. toast looks so healthy and yummy yum. loved that wheat flour halwa...what a colour...beautiful...congrats on winning fabulous cookbook

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  8. very innovative recipe. never thought of using podimas for french toast. Kudos!!

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  9. Ooh what a great recipe! Looks wonderful.

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  10. A very unique and healthy sandwich!

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  11. very innovative priya, looks delicious!

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  12. Great recipe...love the oats crust on it.

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  13. priya,

    this is really fantastic!using oats crust too gud,hatsoff to ur creativity...

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  14. Inbteresting Recipe.looks so yummy.

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  15. வித்தியசமாக இருக்கின்றது...சூப்பர்ப்...

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  16. What a unique breadtoast. just luv the idea!

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  17. Looks crispy and and delicious. Best to eat and enjoy in rainy days

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  18. Priya, again a different and creative recipe :)

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  19. Very innovative! Looks delicious!

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  20. Lovely savory toast. You always come up with new ideas! I have made a french toast for this edition of global kadai..crunchy and sweet...not indianized enough but good.I will post it soon.

    I dunno how you get all this energy to keep posting constantly. I am burnt-out by all the things happening at home that I don't get enough time to come around..Happy Weekend dear!

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  21. We used to put all leftover upperi's between two brad slices and toast it on the tawa with ghee.... :-D; podimas always works well. Good recipe!

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  22. Nice idea to use oats for the crust, must be really crunchy...

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  23. Wow! It's palatable and lovely! I want to have the toast!

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