Posting after a long gap. Well, not been doing well so just taking rest. And when I do cooking, I prefer cooking dishes which can be made without spending hours in the kitchen and this sooji toast is one of those easy recipes which doesn’t demand much of your time. A few days back when my neighbour was not at home while her kids were back from school, they ended up waiting at my place for their mom to come and not to mention they were very hungry. So I made these sooji toasts and they loved it. They make perfect breakfast or snack and are perfect for kids lunch box as well. It turns soft (not chewy) after its cooled down and there is no change in the taste. I have applied the mixture only on one side, you can apply the mixture on both the sides if you want.
6 bread slices
1/2 cup sooji/bombay rava
1/2 cup curd
1 medium onion, finely chopped
Green chilly finely chopped as needed
2 tbsp coriander leaves, finely chopped
1 small carrot, grated
Salt to taste
Oil as needed for toasting
Mix sooji, curd, adjust the consistency by adding water.Make sure its not runny. Add the veggies and salt. Mix well. Once done, take a spoonful or two of the prepared batter and spread it evenly all over the bread slice. Similarly, prepare all the bread slices. Sprinkle mustard and sesame seeds on the roasts. Grease a tawa, spread oil all over and toast the bread slices in low flame. First cook the spread side and then the other side. Cooking in low flame will give the toast a nice crunch. Once done, serve it along with some coriander chutney or ketchup.
* You can also add paneer to the batter. It helps in reducing the sourness of the curd (if any).