Thursday, March 18, 2010


Servings :10


For Batter
10 Bread Pieces                            2 Potato (Med. Size) 
2 Carrot (Med. Size)                      1 Capsicum (Big Size)
150 gms Peas                                50-100 gm French Beans

1 Onion (Med Size)                        ¼ Cabbage
1 tsp soya sauce                            ½ tbsp vinegar
1 tsp chilly sauce                           1½ tbsp tomato sauce
2 tbsp Maida                                   2 tsp Oil
Salt to taste

Cut bread pieces in round shapes excluding its sides.
Blend the remaining part of the bread and make its crumps.
Take out the seeds of Peas or use frozen peas.
Take all the batter vegetables, add little water and boil them - 1 whistle.
Chop the onions finely.
Chop the cabbage finely.

Vegetable Batter

Put some oil in a pan. Add onion and cabbage. Mix it on a high flame. Split little salt to it. Fry it till the water evaporates. Add all boiled vegetables to it and mash it. Add soya sauce, vinegar, chilly sauce and tomato sauce. Mix it evenly. Switch off the flame.

Maida Batter
Take 2 tbsp maida. Add a pinch salt. Prepare the batter (not too light, not too thick). Let it cool for some time without refrigerator.


Take a round bread slice. Put some vegetable batter on it. Cover it with the maida batter, so that the vegetables bind to it. Spread bread crumps to it wholly and evenly. Give it the desired shape. Deep fry it in a pan using some oil till it turns golden brown. Take it out on a paper napkin.

Decorate it with peas or carrot. Garnish it with cabbage layers.

Note: As i have got many mails asking this and everyone is getting confused, i am clarifying this.
You do not have to use two bread pieces. It is not a sandwich. Its just one bread and you put the vegetable batter on top of that as you do while making a pizza. Don't worry about falling as maida batter is used to stick it to the bread. 


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