iyengar bakery style masala bread, masala toast, bangalore bakery sandwich

Iyengar bakery style masala bread, Masala toast recipe

Iyengar bakery masala bread/ Masala toast/ Bangalore bakery masala toast serves to be one of the delicious and outstanding sandwiches sold in the bakeries of Bangalore. Yes this scrumptious open sandwich loaded with onion and carrot acting as key ingredients for the sandwich stuffing is one such easy and quick to make recipe that can be made at home. Though the sandwich can be made at home and taste has a tough of the original sandwich the actual product sold in the bakery is unbeatable. A cup of hot coffee/ chai along with spicy sandwich can blow away dull evenings too. I usually prepare this sandwich when I have lot carrots at home/ when I have lot of bread slices lying around nearing the expiry date, but I think these are just reasons that i give to myself to make this sandwich again and again at home. This sandwich recipe that does not involve much of ingredients is prepared by everyone in different ways but below recipe is the one that I have been making all these years and I feel it really has a touch and taste equivalent to the original one. So if you have lot of carrots lying in the fridge then it needs a simple shredding, sauteeing in some masala and onion then just a little application on a toasted bread will tickle your taste buds. So lets get to the making!
iyengar bakery style masala bread

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  • Bread slices – 6 to 8
  • Carrot – 2 (shredded)
  • Onion – 1 (big)
  • Green chilli – 2
  • Tomato – 1 (small)
  • Turmeric powder – ¼ tsp
  • Coriander powder – ½ tsp
  • Red chilli powder – 1 tsp
  • Chopped cilantro – 3 tbsp
  • Oil – 1 tsp

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How to make Iyengar bakery style masala bread with step by step images

saute for iyengar bakery style masala bread

  1. Shred the carrots and keep it aside. Slice onions thin, chop tomato finely and green chili too. Keep it aside. Heat oil in a pan add sliced onion and chopped green chilli. Saute well until onions turn translucent. Now add chopped tomato and saute well until it is cooked.
    add carrot and saute for iyengar bakery style masala bread
  2. Now add grated/ shredded carrot, turmeric powder, salt, coriander powder and red chilli powder. Saute well. Now allow the carrot to cook in medium flame. This should take about 8 to 10 minutes.
    add cilantro for iyengar bakery style masala bread
  3. When the carrot looks cooked add chopped cilantro and mix well. Put off the flame and keep the mixture aside. In a pan/ toaster toast the bread and keep it ready. Now in a plate keep a toasted bread, on it spread the required amount of carrot mixture evenly. Now serve the bread masala toast!
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