Picture this: You chose to have a light lunch and now that you are finally done with your work, your stomach is growling. You go to the fridge, you find nothing quite interesting. You decide to rustle up something quick, but wait - your pantry is not quite well-stocked either, what do you do? While we don't know about you, we would definitely check if we have loaf of bread handy. There are innumerable ways in which you can use bread to put together something quick and yummy. Sneak in some cheese and veggies in the middle of two slices, and you have a sandwich. Spread some chocolate spread or mix it up with some condensed milk, and you have a dessert. Fry it with some eggs, and you have a French toast. As we said, there are options galore.
One of our go-to bread snacks is this delicious tadka bread. The crackling recipe is sure to be a hit among both kids and adults, alike. You can also pair this delish bread snack with your cup of evening tea. It takes all of five minutes to cook, and requires no exotic ingredients either. You can make it with common and easily available ingredients like onions, tomatoes, chillies and yogurt. Doused in this hot and tangy tadka, these bread chunks tenderise a bit and the texture is too remarkable to miss. The best part about this recipe is the room it offers for creativity. If you do not like it too hot, you can cut back on chillies, throw in some spread or condiment of your choice (think: mint chutney or mayonnaise). You can also add some crunchy, crumbled chips to the bread snack. There, we saw you slurping!
Making this tadka bread is not that challenging a feat; therefore, even those who consider themselves a novice in kitchen can try their hands at this.
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Here is a step-by-step recipe of how to make tadka bread at home.
Make it when cravings hit or make it because you simply feel like cooking something that is a guaranteed success. Do tell us how you liked the recipe in the comments below. We would also love to hear from you about all that you are cooking nowadays.
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About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.