Looking for a new lunch box idea that’s easy to make and delicious? Look no further than besan bread toast! This savory dish is perfect for those who want something filling and flavorful without spending hours in the kitchen.
Besan, also known as chickpea flour, is high in protein and gluten-free, making it a healthy alternative to traditional wheat flour. Paired with bread, vegetables, and spices, besan bread toast is a satisfying meal that will keep you going throughout the day.
In this blog post, we’ll share our favorite recipe for besan bread toast and offer some tips on how to customize it to suit your taste buds. Whether you’re packing lunch for work or school, or just looking for a quick and easy meal at home, besan bread toast is sure to become a new favorite. So let’s get cooking!
I am back with another interesting post on the Lunch Box Series we have on Baby Blog. I am sure you all mummies find tough time in thinking about the lunch to give to your kid n their lunch box. Although most of the nursery & kids school prrovide you with a proper & planned food chart which includes food items to give to your kid in their lunch boxes but just imagine how choosy kids become sometimes that they refuse to eat the same thing which they loved earlier. Here is where our duty starts and we are always thinking about ways in which we can give variations to the lunch box recipes for the kids.
Here, it also becomes important to keep their taste in mind because kids tend to eat (read after throwing so many tantrums) at home when their parents are there but in school if their teacher misses to look out for them properly they will smartly leave their food if the taste doesn’t appeals to their tongue.
So, I tried making this Besan Bread Toast for my girl in her lunch box. Hope you will like it too!
Besan Bread Toast
Let me quickly list out the ingredients-
- 3 big bread slices
For the batter:
- 1/2 cup Besan/ Gram flour
- I finely chopped onion
- 1/2 tablespoon fresh coriander leaves (chopped)
- 1 green chilli (ignore if your child doesn’t eats chilli)
- Tomatoes (optional)
- Salt as per taste
- Oil/Ghee to toast
Method of Preparation-
Prepare the batter by mixing all the ingredients and maintain the consistency by adding appropriate water so that the batter in not very runny.
Dip the bread slices in the batter properly.
Put a tawa or non stick pan and drizzles a little oil or ghee whatever you wish to give your child. Now toast the bread slice on tawa until the batter becomes golden brown and appears to be cooked.
Properly toast both the sides of the slices so that it is cooked from every side.
Now cut the bread pieces into required shapes of rectangle or diagonal half pieces of the a bread slice.
The Besan Bread Toast is ready to be served with your favorite sauce.
Besan bread toast is a delicious and easy lunch box idea that is sure to be a hit with both kids and adults alike. By combining the goodness of besan with the convenience of bread, you can create a nutritious and satisfying meal that will keep you fueled throughout the day. Whether you are packing it for yourself or your children, this dish is sure to be a welcome addition to any lunch box. So why not give it a try and let us know in the comments how it turned out for you? We’d love to hear your thoughts!
Frequently Asked Questions
Which besan is good for health?
Gramme flour, also referred to as besan in popular culture, is a very nutritious food that has several health advantages. Due to its high protein level, vegans can simply consume it to meet their protein requirements. It serves a purpose both inside and outside the body.
What are the benefits of eating besan?
If included in a regular diet, besan may include a variety of critical elements. Additionally, besan may promote healthy bowel movements, lower blood pressure, enhance heart health, and have anticancer qualities. Several investigations and tests have been conducted to observe these besan characteristics.
What is the benefits of besan in breakfast?
It is a good source of vitamins and minerals like manganese, copper, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, and thiamine. Since chickpea flour contains half as many carbohydrates as ordinary flour, it aids in regulating blood sugar levels. Antioxidants found in chickpeas may aid in the fight against free radicals.