Grilled Veg Cheese Toast



I was really tired yesterday, and couldn't think of anything to cook. But I didn't even have enough energy to go out and eat. So here's what we had for dinner. Yes, Bread again, but colourful and tasty, and so very healthy!

Ingredients:
Bread slices, shredded carrots, shredded lettuce or cabbage, chopped spring onions, 2 green chillies finely chopped, tomato ketchup, shredded white and yellow cheese, butter, green chutney(optional), salt and black pepper to taste, 1 small tsp garlic paste (optional)

Method:
Add the garlic paste to the tomato ketchup. Arrange the bread slices on a baking dish (pizza dish for oven) and apply butter and a layer of green chutney and/or tomato ketchup on them. Then sprinkle all shredded veggies onto it, garnish with spring onions , green chillies and shredded cheese. Top it all with salt and black pepper. Preheat oven to 350 degrees for 10 mins. Now place the baking tray inside the oven and bake for 20 mins or until the cheese melts evenly. At this point, turn on the Broil setting on the oven and let the cheese turn golden brown.

Appealing to your eyes and taste buds, the veg grilled cheese toast is healthy and simple. Use a pizza cutter to cut the toast into 2 triangles. Arrange on a white plate which brings out all the vibrant colours and serve hot!!


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13 comments :

Steve Sim said...

Yummy. I think this recipe suitable for breakfast too :)

Feeling like trying this food now

YUvraj said...

good stuff...i am learnin how to cook from ur blog..

Avani said...

I made these today for appetizers at a dinner party tonight. They were fantastic! BTW, I used desi brand ketchup so it has more taste. I made 2 types: one using ketchup+garlic and one w/ green chutney. Bov saras recipe che!

Mansi Desai said...

Avani, I had used indian ketchup also..sweeter and tastier:) I'm glad you liked this toast!!

Janki said...

wow, this looks so easy and delicious man...perfect appetizers!

-Janki

M&Ms... said...

Bread really is the heart and soul of quick meals ...eh! Yummm.!

Kervi said...

I made this for brunch. My husband loved it. Thanks Mansi. :)

Mansi Desai said...

Thanks for the feedback Kervi!! I so appreciate your taking the time to make the toast and coming back to share your experience!! and I'm glad you'll liked it:)

Aamena said...

Thanks for the recipe Mansi. Indian Ketchup and homemade green chutney was a great combination. I made them for Iftaar for Ramadan and everybody loved them. So thanks again for this recipe and others.

Mansi said...

Thanks Aamena! appreciate your feedback a lot! I'm glad you all liked it:)

Anuradha said...

Hey, Which bread is best to use for ths recipe?

Mansi said...

hi there - white sandwich bread, preferably the not-too-soft one would be the best for this recipe, as too soft bread would become soggy with the chutneys and cheese on the top, and not be very crispy.

Hope this helps!

Roochi said...

i have never tried this before... would try it soon. Nice blog