Iyengar bakery style masala toast step-by-step recipe with photos.
These spicy toasts or open sandwiches are an absolute delight. Anyone who has lived in Bangalore knows what I mean when I say Iyengar bakery style – khara buns, veg puffs, palya buns, khara biscuit, cream roll, fruit cakes… Oh, the delicious goodies that come out from these little stores…
To make masala toast, I saute onion and veggies together. I then mix them with chilli powder, chaat masala, and tomato sauce. I toast the bread on a tawa with butter and spread the cooled veggie mixture. That’s it! Simple and loaded with veggies. You may use white, multi-grain, or whole wheat bread depending on your preference. I like it with white bread though. You may add finely chopped green chilli for a more spicy sandwich. But I skip it so that it suits my DD’s taste buds.
Easy to make, they are ready in less than 15 minutes. Make them for weekday breakfast, a quick snack, or pack them for lunch boxes… Colourful, vibrant, healthy snack that everyone will love 🙂
Iyengar bakery style masala toast step-by-step recipe with photos
1. Chop onion, capsicum, tomato and grate carrot
2. Saute onion in some oil
3. Add carrot, capsicum, tomatoes and cook
4. Turn off heat and add coriander leaves
5. Spoon 1-2 tbsp of the veggie mixture and spread evenly on toasted bread