Mixed Sprouts Open Toast


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Masala Sandwich, a filling and nutritious snack... and lip smacking tasty to boot! This quick snack has the goodness of vegetables and whole bread.

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The Mixed Sprouts Open Toast looks very appealing with its dainty disc-like shape and appetizing toppings. Mixed sprouts perked up with chaat masala and other spice powders emerges as a real chatpata topping perfect for a cold or rainy day, while the abundance of protein, fibre, vitamins and antioxidants makes it all the more desirable. When you cut the roundels from the bread slices, retain the leftover pieces to make whole wheat bread crumbs.

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Preparation Time: 
Baking Time:  13 to 15 minutes
Baking Temperature:  180° C (360°F)
Makes 8 open toasts
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Ingredients


For The Mixed Sprouts Topping
1 cup boiled mixed sprouts (moong , matki , chana etc.)
1 tsp chilli powder
1 1/2 tsp chaat masala
1 1/2 tsp cumin seeds (jeera) powder
2 tsp lemon juice
salt to taste

Other Ingredients
8 whole wheat bread slices
2 tsp low-fat butter for brushing
2 iceberg lettuce leaves , torn into pieces
8 tbsp grated carrot

Method
For the mixed sprouts topping

  1. Combine all the ingredients in a deep bowl and mash lightly using the back of a spoon.
  2. Divide the mixture into 8 equal portions and keep aside.

How to proceed

  1. Cut each whole wheat bread slice into a round of 50 mm. (2”) using a cookie cutter.
  2. Apply ¼ tsp of butter on each bread roundel, arrange them on a baking tray with the buttered side facing upwards and bake in a pre-heated oven at 180°c (360°f) for 8 to 10 minutes or till crisp.
  3. Place a toasted bread roundel on a clean, flat surface, put a small piece of lettuce, a portion of the stuffing and 1 tbsp of carrots evenly over it.
  4. Repeat step 3 to make 7 more open toasts.
  5. Serve immediately.
Nutrient values per toast
EnergyProteinCarbohydratesFatFibreIron
93 kcal 3.7 gm 16.9 gm 1.2 gm 1.2 gm 1.4 mg
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 on 12 Nov 14 05:36 PM


Perfect starter for parties..where one get to serve healthy snack instead of deep-fried one's...one can also use one variety of sprouts...Indian masalas used in this recipe are just perfect!!!
 on 11 Feb 14 03:41 PM


This is an extremely versatile recipe and would be really portable in.a Pitts bread or change any salad from boring to a feast!.
 on 11 Feb 14 03:39 PM


Love this recipe.
 on 24 Aug 11 01:32 PM


Nice filling snack. I have tried it out. Also tried a variant i.e. with pudina/dhania chutney instead of tomato ketchup/sauce.
 on 08 Dec 10 12:30 AM


Classic bombay dish! Loved it. So many layers and so may flavours! a real treat!