Friday, August 2, 2013

Bread Uppuma

Ingredients
Wheat bread slices-4
Chopped onion-2tablespoons
Green chilly- 2 (adjust to your spice level)
Mustard seeds-1/2teaspoon
Urad dal-1/2teaspoon
Channa dal-1/2teaspoon
Grated coconut-1tablespoon
Oil-1tablespoon
Salt-1/4teaspoon

Method
Grind the bread slices in a mixie jar (or) a food processor into a coarse powder.
Heat oil in a pan, make the tempering with mustard seeds, let them pop-up. Then add in the channa and urad dal, fry till they become golden color.
Add the chopped onion, green chillies and salt. 
Saute the onions till they become transparent say 2-3 minutes.
Now reduce the heat to low and add the bread crumbs. Stir it for a minute so that it will get combined with the onion. 
Add the coconut, mix it and put off the stove. 
Healthy and delicious bread uppuma is ready to serve. 

Serve it hot as evening tiffin or morning breakfast.

Note
Don't cook the uppuma long time after adding the bread. It will make the uppuma dry.
As bread already has salt, go easy on salt..just for cooking onions. 
Recipe Source : HERE

12 comments:

  1. Delicious looking bread uppuma.

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  2. Delicious looking upma,nice way to use the leftover bread..

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  3. awesome and super delicious bread upma.

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  4. Yummy bread upma..perfect tea time dish..

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  5. Delicious and wholesome looking upma.
    Deepa

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  6. looks super yummy :) lovely clicks dear :)

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  7. yummy n easy upma luks too good.
    http://www.mahaslovelyhome.com/2013/07/papaya-banana-smoothiepapaya-chocolate.html

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  8. Thanks Mahi for placing the first comment! I have the habit of waiting for the first comment and today it had been longer while :)))
    Hugs!
    ..and book marking bread upma as my husband would love it!! :)

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  9. That would be a wonderful recipe to use up the left over bread. Looks yummy!

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  10. super idea, making bread powder for uppuma is totally new to me. . Especially with wheat and multigrain breads, uppuma will take all the flavors of remaining ingredients.

    I tried it with multigrain bread for today's breakfast & came out really very good. Thanks mahi.

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  11. Oh ippadiyum seyyalaama. I do with sliced pieces, never tried grinding

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