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instant crispy crumbly bread snack

crispy crymbly bread snack

crispy crumbly bread snack

When you want to create something delectable in a jiffy, yet satisfy that craving for something snacky and spicy here is a solution.

For this Dry Bread Upma Dish

Take four to five white bread slices

Tear them into medium-sized square pieces with hand

Heat a pan. Add 2 tsp butter and 1/2 tsp oil. Once hot temper with 1/2 tsp mustard seeds, 1 tsp cumin seeds. Wait till they crackle. Add curry leaves,and a cup of sliced onions. Saute till soft.

Add 2-3 split long green chillies and stir for few seconds.

Now add the pieces of bread and stir dry till slightly brown or crispy. Add turmeric powder , 1/2 tsp sugar, salt to taste, and some black pepper.

Stir and add finely chopped fresh coriander leaves and some red chilly powder to garnish. Don;t forget to squeeze in juice of half a lemon for the tangy sweet flavour.

Awesome when paired with ginger tea and a view of sunset!

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Instant Creamy Golden Brown Coconut dessert or Instant nariyal barfi

Homemade Coconut Round dessert or laddoos are my all time favourite dessert. I can finish 20 to 30 of them in a matter of two days. No seriously!

 

Since I am out of patience but had the craving.. here is the instant version. No. Not as good as the original. But perfect and delicious for sudden sweet cravings…if you know what I mean.

 

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So, take two cup of dessicated coconut (readily available in food outlets)

 

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Dessicated coconut is crisp, snow white in colour and has a sweet pleasant and fresh taste of the nut. It is made from fresh coconuts which are harvested at just the right time to ensure the best flavor. The coconut is then dried to the perfect moisture content to ensure long shelf life, best flavor and mouth feel. is produced from matured coconuts and the white coconut meat is granulated into the various desired cuts and is available as Macaroon, Medium, Flakes, Shreds, Chips, or as Coconut Flour. It’s also available either as Sweetened, Toasted, or Toasted Sweetened. It can be used as a substitute to grated fresh coconut in household preparations. It is a very important coconut kernel based product having very good demand all over the world in the confectionery and allied food industries (Source:tarladalal.com)

 

 

Toast them well in a deep bottomed pan by continuously stirring for a minute.

Add one cup of sugar granules and stir well. CONTINUOUSLY!

The aroma now will fill your kitchen and senses completely. But don’t get all lost…Stir as you watch these two ingredients turn golden brown and gooey…

Once golden brown, moist and not burnt! add one cup  of condescend milk goodness to it and stir/mix for another minute.

Remove from the gastop/flame.

Spread it in a plate carefully. Once slightly warm cut into square or triangular pieces….

Just in case you do not finish them all up, store them in an air tight container for upto a week or more..

 

 

coconuty rustic charm

coconuty rustic charm

 

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Toasted Golden Brown Coconut Dessert

Toasted Golden Brown Coconut Dessert

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