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Bread Dahi Vadas | Bread vadas in sweet & sour curd

THIS RECIPE I POSTED THROUGH MY MOBILE, couldn't wait for network to behave properly ...i was so excited that i just clicked and post . Dahi vadas are all time favorite a super cool dish / street food to beat summers ...this time i tried it with bread and it came out so good that no body could make out that it is made of  Bread .....
Bread rolls stuffed with cottage cheese and nuts and topped with sweet and sour Tamarind chutney  ummmmms just delicious.. 
One of the best quick recipe for any meal.....

BREAD DAHI VADAS 

Dahi vadas

For Covering:

bread - 16 slice
Milk- 1 cup
For Stuffing:
Paneer ( cottage cheese) - 100 gm
Kaju  tukada - 10 to 15
kishmish - 15 to 20
coriander ( chopped) - 2 tbsp
green chilli, ginger  paste - 1 tbsp
salt - 1 tsp
oil

For Serving:
whisked  dahi- 1 kg
Red chilli powder - 1 tsp
Jeera powder - 1 tsp
salt - 1 tsp
sweet chutney

METHOD

Step 1.Mix paneer , kaju, kishmish,
            coriander, green chilli, ginger
            paste and salt.
Step 2.Take a piece of Bread. Take
             milk in bowl.
Step 3.Dip bread slice in milk for few
            seconds and press it between
            your both wet palms.
Step 4. Take little stuffing and place
             on the slice cover and seal it
             like a ball.
Step 5.Make all badas and cover
            with wet cloth.
Step 6.Place all badas in a dish,
             pour curd on them and
             sprinkle red chilli and jeera
             powder on them.#
Step 7. Add sweet chutney for taste.

TIPS:

# Leave badas like this for 10-15 min so that badas soake curd and becomes soft.
# you can fry badas in oil till golden brown if you don't like raw  Bread.
# you can prepare it well in advance if you have time.

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Comments

riddhi said…
super like !!! excellent recipe
minal sharma said…
Thanks riddhi :)
minal sharma said…
Thanks riddhi :)
Looks delicious and I love how easy to follow the recipes are. Would love to try it out.
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