Sunday, March 11, 2012

Bread & Peanut Butter fritters

Sometimes you think crazy when you have leftovers. You find some way to make a nice yummy dish out of the leftover, clubbing this and that.
I had three slices of wheat bread, my breadcrumbs storage container was full to the rim and the huss was not ready to have bread in any form at any cost. I was wildly glancing around my pantry, and the bread slices kept popping in my head when I the peanut butter bottle came into full focus. I sandwiched them and fried using a simple batter and it was all over alongside a cup of tea.

~*What U Need*~
All purpose flour / Maida – ½ cup
Sooji / Rava - 1 tbsp
Yellow food coloring – a pinch
Sugar – 3 tsp
Salt – a pinch
Baking powder – a pinch
Water – as needed
Oil – for frying

Bread slices - 3
Peanut Butter - as needed

How I made it:
Mix the maida, sooji and baking powder together. Add food coloring, sugar and salt and combine well. Add water and mix well and bring it to a semi-liquid consistency. Remove the edges of the bread slices. Cut into 4 pieces. Dab generous amount of peanut butter on to a piece and make a sandwich.

Repeat with remaining bread. Dip this in the flour mixture. Fry till golden brown. Pat the excess oil using tissue.

Serve as tea-time snack !!! It was crunchy and the salty peanut butter served as a yummy filling...

So thats it Folks...
With Love,

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37 comments:

  1. Yummy...Perfect tea time snacks. Very crunchy snacks.
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  2. wow thats a diff n totally yummylicious snack..

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  3. O my.... thats reallly really innovative... how do u think all this up, girl? looks good

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  4. Wow yummy idea..looks very tempting

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  5. Interesting one....yummyyyyy

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  6. nice..........this snack looks delicious vth tempting pics.....
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  7. Nice and different recipe. tempting.

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  8. Such a nice idea, very tempting..

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  9. Totally love this quick idea...Looks tempting

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  10. wow, lovely and yummy fritters, nice idea..

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  11. Very innovative Vimitha! Sounds great!

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  12. nice and tasty!..i'm sure your hubby would've happily tucked into these!...lovely.

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  13. very delicious n nice fritters...yumm

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  14. wow...nice idea..yummy snack...looks mouthwatering.

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  15. Nice idea on how to turn a leftover to wonderful dish...too yummy to resist Vimitha.

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  16. Very creative dish ! Only leftovers can be so innovative. Loved the idea.

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  17. Yes, who can say no to fried food, even if its made out of leftovers. like your idea

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  18. Delicious looking fritters, sounds so yummy.

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  19. Sounds so unique and damn tempting fritters!

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  20. This looks so yummy...love them :-)

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  21. Thanx for stopping by my blog and leading to urs..U hav lovely space..Fritters look awesome and very innovative recipe..

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  22. sounds interesting dear ....
    fritters look wonderful :)

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  23. that is surely very innovative dear :-)loved it !

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  24. Wow, nice idea to prepare snacks!

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  25. surely a great room for a trial! crazy but tasty dish..anything fried is better and with pb&j, what not to like? following you now.

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  26. a very unique recipe ..sounds yummy

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  27. Loved this creative recipe!! Looks really yum!!!!

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