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April 2, 2009

Eggless French Toast



I tried eggless french toast recipe from Trupti's blog sometime back and was very impressed with the results. I have made this snack several times in the last few weeks. I would like you to try it as well.

Ingredients:
Bread-4 slices(each cut into 2 pieces)

Mix the following and make a thick batter:
Rava/Sooji/Semolina-1/2 cup
Yogurt-1/2 cup
Onions chopped-a handful
1/2 Tomato chopped finely
Green chilli chopped
Coriander leaves chopped-1 tbsp
Salt
Turmeric powder-a pinch

Method:
Dip each piece of bread in the batter and coat both the sides. As the batter is thick, you might have to use your hand to place some veggie-yogurt mixture on the bread.
Heat a flat non stick pan. Add 1/2 tsp oil. Place the bread slice gently. Add few drops of oil along the edges. Cook on medium flame for about 3 minutes. Flip the bread and toast the other side for few more minutes until golden brown.
Serve with ketchup.

Note:Do not add water to the batter. The batter should be very thick.

Here are a few pictures taken during our Las Vegas trip.

This is the Strip



Hotel Bellagio and fountain show



Bellagio Lobby



Reminder:Rama Navami on April 3rd, 2009.

74 comments:

  1. Oh, pudusa iruke ennaku..PArkum bodhe attractiveaa irukeee...Nanum try panren..Superb click as usual buddy...

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  2. Kalakura mahi..bread toast attakasama irruku...Tempting toast!

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  3. I thought you had already posted this?? Or maybe I saw it somewhere else :) I hardly even make French toast anymore, but used to be a staple during bachelorette days in Hyderabad :)

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  4. very tempting mahimaa..i will definetely try this :)

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  5. looks yumm.will make it today..very tempting..

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  6. If you give me bread daily also I'll have it..:) I luv it soo much! Havent tried french toast will try it soon!

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  7. very tempting mshi...will try it soon..bit different..with my version..

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  8. Love your eggless version of french toast..Will try this for sure :)
    Vegas pics look great!

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  9. hey Mahi yummy french toast.I shall try this once am back to seattle :) BTW nice to know you had a break in LV.Awesome pics as usual.

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  10. Love your photos M, so clear and beautiful. We have been to Las Vegas few yrs back for a week. Since kids were young, they didn't let us in many Casinos at all, only got to go to Circus Circus! :D
    Once Tushar is 18, we can go and enjoy the city without worry.

    French toast looks fab, enjoy.

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  11. Hi Mahimaa,

    Thanks a lot:) Will try it out as soon as possible.

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  12. lovely snaps of vegas out there .. I wwas wanting to make these toasts since long, they look lovely Mahi. I made panakam & kosambri for Ram Navmi today

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  13. wow ...maahi... nice french toast :) and lovely snaps of vegas .:)

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  14. Really tempting and looks very delicious Mahimaa....No need to comment about pictures, as usual really great!!! Remembering our old days in LV.

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  15. Eggless bread toast looks so good. Great for a fasting day. LV pics look so fine.

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  16. Thats a great dish Mahimaa, healthy one too instead of adding whole eggs. Nice pictures, now I have to make a trip to Vegas :)

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  17. I haven't tried the eggless version but i always prefer the savoury version to the sweet french toast.Nice pics.

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  18. Las Vegas, a treat to the eyes and the Eggless French Toast !!! a treat for vegetarians like me.

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  19. A very yummy toast..all the photographs tell a story..Mahi,all your posts are creative and that too in a unique way !!

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  20. Looks like egg toast! Good one! Happy Rama Navami!

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  21. this is great!! will surely give this toast a try soon....
    nice pics of the vegas trip!!

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  22. Love the toast Mahimaa...very inviting...Nice clicks of Vegas.

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  23. Delicious toast! Nice click! Pics are too good...

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  24. Eggless French Toast sounds interesting and looks delicious and colorful. Also Nice pictures of Las vegas.

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  25. I love Vegas!!!!!good clicks...I didnt know that one could make an eggless french toast...good one!

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  26. Seeing the pic I could never believe that was eggless looks great...

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  27. yummy french toast :)
    this will satisfy the savoury cravings :)

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  28. Toast is looking delicious...Nice pics of vegas..

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  29. Thats a wonderful idea for veggies and las vegas snaps are awesome.

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  30. I make a version of egglss French toast that uses besan instead of eggs. Yours looks totally delicious, Mahimaa. Those pictures of Las Vegas are great-- looks like you had a great trip.

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  31. I love french toast.. Your eggless version looks so tempting.. Would try it soon..

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  32. Looks yum Mahi..I have seen this with Besan ..but Sooji is always a better choice I guess..more crisp it'd be..But dunno abt taste difference ,as I always go for eggie one only..lol..:)
    Needless to say the Vegas pics are fab n kudos to ur hubby for tat..:)

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  33. wow seems exclusive to me :)
    great pics too!

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  34. I make this regularly since I first saw it on Richa's blog many, many months back. She calls it "Malai Toast" So that's what I call it too.:)
    Lovely pics!

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  35. isnt that great Mahi, to cook something from someones blog and love it!! thats the spirit of food blogging :)

    ohh..i soo loved our trip to Vegas last year!! it is soo magnificient!

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  36. KANNA,
    Vegas photos are beautiful, an invitation to others to visit Vegas.I have a conference to attend in Vegas between Apr17-24(this month).Not yet decided.
    Appa

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  37. such a lovely pic. as usual yr pic speaks a lot.

    bread looks awesome.. thank u.. will make for my kids in the eve.

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  38. Kanna,
    Your Eggless French Toast looks great. Nice click.
    Appa

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  39. Wow!! Mahi toast is looking and sounds great. Thanks for shring, i will make this for evening snack for my kids. Vegas photos are awesome.

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  40. Nice evening time filling-snack Mahimaa! :)
    Wow.. I really loved those Vegas pictures dear! :)

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  41. Thank you so much for sharing.Delicious toast indeed.Wish you all a Happy Sri Ram Navmi.

    Best wishes
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  42. That french toast looks as good as any with egg.. only better. so why add eggs? :-)
    feels like i saw this eggless toast somewhere.. probably Anudivya?

    we loved the bellagio show, but who doesnot?

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  43. wow.. looks delicious.. kalakara Mahi..

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  44. looks perfect :-) Love your vegas pics..

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  45. looks very tempting Mahimaa! perfect snack for an evening time..

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  46. looks easy and delicious Mahimaa! Las Vegas pics are absolutely stunning! Lovely night colors.

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  47. Hey Mahima, I tried this today...came out soo well. I didnt add greenchillies instead added redchilli powder. Will post the pic sooner!

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  48. naanum try .panna poren itha..looks very delicious mahi..

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  49. something to really try out. I love sauteeing tofu just like egg bhurji too...

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  50. nice french toast and nice snaps..liked the usage of sooji instead of besan

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  51. Forgot to write about vegas.....Looks gr8!

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  52. This savoury version sounds so good. I can't stand the sweet version.

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  53. Looks yummy...and the snaps are cool dear...

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  54. The french toast looks excellent! And the pic of the fountain show is just mindblowing :)

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  55. lovely snaps Mahimaa!

    I make my eggless french toast with besan, your version sounds very yummy, will make this soon :)

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  56. thank you for this eggless toast, was searching for this :)!! Looks so gud, shall surely try..
    Nice Vegas snaps, lovely place!!

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  57. The french toast looks great! I imagine it must be difficult to make it egg-free, but you did a lovely wonderful job, looks delicious and savory :).

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  58. This is a easy recipe, need to try it sometime.
    It has been ages since we visited Las Vegas. Great pictures.

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  59. Lovely delicious toast mahi.. Las vegas looks bright! Hope you had a nice time..!:)

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  60. Yummy bread toast.I put cheese between two bread slices and dip that in the batter and will fry it.
    snaps are awsome dear

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  61. yummy french toast :) love the Vegas pics Mahimaa!

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  62. This is a nice try of making a healthy french toast....lovely clicks dear

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  63. Toast is delicious. Las Vegas pics r beautiful!

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  64. Toast looks perfect Mahi. I am glad you liked it. Lovely photos

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  65. wow, that looks fab., very much tempting.

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  66. love your version of frech toast without egg.

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  67. Thank you so much friends! Glad you all enjoyed vegas pics.

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  68. Wow, exxcellent post. Shall try this. Vey good idea :)

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  69. Good idea without eggs....will try it soon

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