Sunday, December 22, 2013

BREAD UPMA



Upma is a simple yet comforting dish originated from South India.  Now I want to make use of my leftover bread slice. The perfect way to clear those is making  this  Bread Upma.

For this recipe, the cubed bread is  fried along with various seasonings and vegetables are often added during the cooking process, according to your preference.

Since Bread Upma is fully spiced, you don't any gravy at all.  The flavor has a depth character and distinction. This quick meal is best served during breakfast or brunch.

BREAD UPMA
Serves :  3-4

6-8 slices bread cut into small
1 big onion chopped
2 green/red chili sliced thinly
1/4 tsp mustard seeds
1/2 tsp cumin seed
1/2 tsp chili powder
1/4 tsp turmeric powder
1 large tomato diced
1/2 cup thinly sliced carrot
2 tablespoon chopped cilantro
2 tablespoon oil
salt to taste



METHOD

Heat the oil, when heated add in  mustard seed. When they pop, add the cumin seed, onion and green chili.

When onion turns  translucent add the tomato, carrot and salt. Cook until tomato turns soft.

Now add the chili powder, turmeric and cilantro, stir well.

Mix in bread pieces and stir until bread is fully coated with spices.

Remove and serve. Garnish with cilanto.


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18 comments:

Ramya Venkat said...

Yummy upma and this is my fav too

Rafeeda AR said...

I'm yet to try it, though i've seen many do it... should try... looks so yum...

kitchen queen said...

delicious and yummy bread upma.

easyfoodsmith said...

I am so intrigued by the bread upma when ever I see a recipe for it. I guess its time I try it out in my kitchen and see what my family has to say about it. Thanks for sharing.

Beena.stephy said...

Yum yummy

Veena said...

Simple, tasty and Yummy
Thanks for sharing !!

Guru Uru said...

Your new blog looks absolutely gorgeous :D
And this upma is very addictive!

Happy Holidays!
CCU

Winnie said...

Easy, very pretty dish and looks delicious :)
Lovely presentation!

Indrani said...

Cool!
A hit at home. :)

Moncha Eilis said...

That looks so delicious and what a great way to use bread !!
Have a wonderful day.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

This looks yummy!

xo

Sheila

Kathe said...

What an interesting dish! I'm thinking Mr. B will like this as he loves his food with a bit of heat. Pinning to try soon!

Lynn Huntley said...

Looks delicious!! Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe on Four Seasons Blog Hop~ Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

Rosita Vargas said...

Se ve muy rico buena receta ... Feliz Año Nuevo,abrazos y abrazos.

Diane Balch said...

Now that is a unique way to use up bread.. wonderful. Thank you for sharing it with us on foodie friday. Happy New Year.

Chrissy Boerman said...

i never heard f this before. looks yummy though. may have to try i on one of your stayhome date nights. thanks for linking up to the all things pretty party!

Preetha Soumyan said...

looks yummy do link it to my event
Wishing you a very very Happy New year
Happy Blogging
do join my event below..looking for our delicious recipes....
Thanking you
Preetha
Event Name : “Dish-it-out” – “Light Dinners”
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Ali @ JamHands.net said...

Thank you so much for linking this recipe up at Recipe Sharing Monday! The new link party is up and I'd love to see you back. Have a great week. :)