Rusk, Eggless Indian Homemade Tea Toast
by Tarla Dalal
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For many, especially the elders, tea-time is incomplete without rusk! Rusk is an indigenous tea toast that every Indian is proud of. It is basically a bread that is baked twice to make it super crisp, tasty and aromatic.
Ingredients like milk, castor sugar and cardamom powder are used in the dough to give the Rusk a rich yet mild flavour that goes perfectly with a cup of hot tea or coffee.
This jar snack can also be packed in kids’ tiffin boxes or served as an evening snack with a glass of milk. When slicing the bread make sure the slices are not too thick, otherwise the rusk will remain soft inside and you will not get the perfect crispness.
Have a go at other tea-time accompaniments like Methi Makai Dhebra or Crispy Masala Puri .
Nutrient values (Abbrv) per rusk
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