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Tea time snack
Published On: 03 Mar 2014
Remove the edges of the bread slice and soak in milk for few seconds.
Squeeze the milk and make into any desired shape.
Fry the bread rolls in oil till it turns golden brown.
Add some onion pieces and green chillies chopped in the same pan and keep them aside.
Take curd into a bowl and add salt and all other spice powders. Beat well and keep it aside.
Take all the bread rolls into a plate. Add the fried onions, chillies and sprinkle some chilli powder and chat masala.
Pour the masala curd over the bread.
Sprinkle coriander and serve.
Sprinkle sev, it adds more taste.
Raw chopped onions can also be added.
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