Aloo Bread Toast

Today’s dish is one of my all time favorite street food.   This Hyderabadi street food  is a crunchy, sweet and little spicy snack found at almost all the street side chaat bandars. Potato mixture is applied over bread and then dipped in cornflour batter then deep fried till crisp. If you do not wish to deep fry , the toast can be even pan fried with very little oil. This is a great evening snack or a perfect snack for any kind of  parties. 

Aloo bread toast goes to week 3 day 2 of Blogging Marathon 108 under the theme " Street Food Special ".




Ingredients:


Bread slices 4
Chopped onion 1/4 cup
Chopped cilantro 3 spoons
Green chutney
Chili garlic chutney 
Nylon sev 1/4 cup
Oil for deep frying


For potato mixture :



Large potato 1
Garam masala 1 /2 tsp
Chili powder 1/2 tsp
Salt to taste 
Turmeric powder 1/4 tsp



For the crust:


Maida / All purpose flour 2 tbsp
Corn flour 1 tbsp
Salt to taste
Turmeric powder 1/2 tsp
Water 3/4 cup





Preparation:



Boil potato and peel the skin to mash the potato.
Add chili powder, garam masala, turmeric powder and salt.
Mix everything well.
Divide this mixture to 4 equal portions to apply evenly on bread slices.
Set aside.


Preparing batter:


Add corn flour, salt and turmeric powder to all purpose flour and mix.
Add water to make it a thin consistency batter as shown in the picture. 
Heat oil in flat pan, dip the bread slice ( potato side ) in batter and drop it in the hot oil.
Fry on both sides till nice and crisp.
Remove and place them on paper towel to remove excess oil.


Serving:

Take a serving plate, cut the fried bread toasts into 2 triangles.
Apply little green chutney and chili garlic chutney on top.
Add some chopped onions and cilantro.
Finally garnish with thin nylon sev.
Serve immediately to retain the crunchiness.




Check to see what my fellow bloggers are cooking for Blogging Marathon 108.






Comments

Narmadha said…
This brings back lot of childhood memories. Love the toppings and it looks so delicious
One of my favourites and yours look simply delicious.
MySpicyKitchen said…
I have not tasted this at that chaat carts but make something similar at home. I use besan batter though. I should try corn flour next time.
Suma Gandlur said…
Potato in a chaat, what can go wrong? The toast looks very inviting.

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