Monday, December 1, 2008


This one is like fast food, prepare in a haste and enjoy with leisure:), and no oil is used, so healthy also, my sis prepared it for me and I really relished it so much that I am sharing it with you, try it once and tell me how did it go?

4 bread slices

1/2 cup milk

1/2 tsp sugar

1 tablespoon raisins

1 tablespoon chironji

1 tbsp. coconut grated-optional

1tbsp. green coriander leaves chopped

1 tsp ginger finely chopped.

salt & pepper to taste

1tsp. cumin powder or Chaat masala

1 cup fresh curd..sieved to make it smooth

Cut of the crust from bread slices.

add sugar in the milk.

Mix coriander,ginger,chironji,raisins in a plate........fillingTake a slice in hand, dab it with the milk and then put one tsp filling and close the ends by hand pressing it firmly.

Put dahibaras in a plate and pour the curd over them. You may put a little ( half tsp ) sugar in the curd.

after 2-3 minutes...sprinkle salt, pepper and cumin powder..........ready to be eaten:),Its a healthy and tasty dish without any sugar or oil.

TIP:.....Dont keep them for long, pour the curd only 2-3 minutes before eating.

You may add green chatney or tamarind chatney if u like.

In the filling you may add any other dry fruit also.


aneri_masi said...

RenuDi, what is chironji? I have a feeling its not the same as kalonji (which I do have :)

Renu said...

r right, kalongi is a spice and chironji is a dry fruit, its very small and pinkish in color,its available at indian stores in US, if not then u can make with whatever dry fruits u like.we normally use chironji for halwas,kheer etc.

Reflections said...

U knw I was just going to ask what chironji was:-D....but even after ur explanation I'm still at sea. I'll google it & see.

The recipe sound interesting & I always have bread at home:-P. W.Ill be trying it:-D

Renu said... u know tamil?, then i will ask my neighbor and write the tamil name for it, but i am sure u will like the recipe for the taste and convenience both.

Renu said...

Kasmira and nancy..In the first picture u can see chironji...small pink grains in the plate with coriander.

Reflections said...

Hmmm I can see it....I thk I've seen it around. Le t me chk it out at the supernarket.
will let u know:-))!!

Renu said...

if u r not getting it, no problem, try it once with raisins, coconut powder and cashenuts.