Want to know about some bread-ed beauties?
We all love fancy and exotic dishes but the warmth that simple food provides us is unmatched. And bread slices are one of those things that give us utmost satisfaction no matter how we have them. And why not! Bread slices have saved us from many lunch-box dilemmas. But apart from being a quick choice of breakfast, bread slices have proved their versatility by evolving into dishes and desserts that we may have never thought about. Wanna know what are those delicacies? Let us have a look.
Bread Gulab Jamun
Gulab Jamun is our all-time favourite but making it is always hard. Believe me, the bread gulab jamun can change the way you live. It is so easy and anyone could hardly know that these are made up of bread. You can use bread crumbs to make the gulab jamun balls. Try this the next time when you crave this dessert.
We all know what bread pakora is, right? Bread pakora and tea is the best combination you could ever find. These scrumptious snacks have masala potato stuffing and are coated with gram flour paste just like fritters. Served with a sprinkling of chaat masala and green chutney, bread pakoras taste out of this world.
Leftover veggies sandwich
This is not your regular vegetable sandwich but one with a desi touch. This sandwich has a filling of leftover veggies stacked in your fridge. Trust me, you can use any sabji in this sandwich but the sabji needs to be dry. What you have to do is take a bread slice, place a spoon of leftover sabji over it and slap it with another slice of bread. Once you try this, you will never worry about the leftover sabjis in your fridge.
This sounds a little weird, isn’t it? But it tastes yummy. Poha is our all-time favourite breakfast option and the bread poha we are talking about is the easiest. You don’t have to temper with the entire process of making poha. Just interchange poha with bread cubes. Repeat the entire process thereafter and have the tastiest and the lightest breakfast on your table.
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This is my favourite and I remember taking these cute little pizzas in the school tiffin every other day. You just have to take a bread slice, add cheese and toppings of your choice, and microwave it for like 2 to 3 minutes. You can even cook it on a tawa and it tastes like heaven. This is every child’s favourite, right?
Last but not the least, this royal recipe has increased the bread’s worth. This is one of the most famous desserts we Indians love to have. It is so rich, creamy and thick and we absolutely love it. You can serve this dessert to your guests and bag a lot of appreciation for your cooking or we must say your royal cooking skills.
So, let us conclude by saying that you cannot say no to these bread dishes, can you? Let us know any other bread dish that you think is unique and needs to be appreciated.