Bread Recipes: World Bread Day Spcl

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Published: Tuesday, October 16, 2012, 14:39 [IST]
 
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World Bread Day is celebrated every year on October 16th. Bread is a very popular food and highly prepared breakfast recipes. So, on this special day, it is time to bake and roast some delicious bread recipes. Here are some simple and famous bread recipes that you can prepare at home. Take a look.

Bread Recipes, World Bread Day Special:

Vegetable Cheese Sandwich

This is a vegetable cheese sandwich recipe that can melt in your mouth.

Rainbow Sandwich

If you love to eat bread sandwich then try this recipe.

Salmon Bread Sandwich

This non-vegetarian bread recipe is made using salmon, vegetables and yoghurt.

Grilled Chicken Cheese Sandwich

Chicken and cheese sandwich is a filling breakfast recipe which is also healthy as chicken has nutrients and proteins.

Bread Upma

Do not want to eat sandwich? Try this special South-Indian recipe.

Bread Bhurji

Bread bhurji is just a different method that is prepared using bread, vegetables and Indian spices.

Bun Maska

Bun maska is one of those Mumbai recipes that have been popularised by a host of quaint Irani cafes.

Egg Sandwich

This egg recipe is so easy that even the worst cook on earth will cook it nicely.

Bread Roll

Want to eat some fried snacks? Prepare this bread roll at home and serve it with a hot cup of tea.

Noodle Bread Cutlet

This is a delicious evening snack that has a flavour of both Chinese and Indian cuisine.

Vegetable Cheese Sandwich: Be it kids or working professionals, everyone loves to grab a bite of hot toasted bread sandwich. Adding raw vegetables to your sandwich can be a little boring. The smell of onion will keep you conscious all day long! Why not cook fresh green vegetables to make a tasty and filling breakfast recipe? So, this is a vegetable cheese sandwich recipe that can smoothly melt in your mouth.

Rainbow Sandwich: You can use bread with a variety of ingredients such as cheese, butter or add vegetables to make a filling breakfast. You can eat bread sandwich either in breakfast or as an evening snack.

Salmon Bread Sandwich: On World Bread Day, you can try this simple recipe. This non-vegetarian bread recipe is made using salmon, vegetables and yogurt. You can have this bread sandwich for breakfast or prepare as a filling evening snack. Even kids can carry this in their lunch box.

Grilled Chicken Cheese Sandwich: Chicken and cheese sandwich is a filling breakfast recipe which is also healthy as chicken has healthy nutrients and proteins. You can have this as an evening snack too. Use vegetables like onions and cabbage to make your sandwich delicious and fibrous.

Bread Upma: Do not want to eat sandwich? Try this special South-Indian recipe. Upma is a very famous breakfast recipe that is prepared in many Indian households. You can either have it for your breakfast or carry it for lunch. Here is a little different recipe to make upma with bread and vegetables.

Bread Bhurji: Bhurji is a famous Indian style of making sabji. This dry sabji is very popular in Bihar and UP. There are many methods to make bhurji. It is made with potatoes, brinjal and eggs. You can have bhurjis with hot rotis for breakfast or lunch. Bread bhurji is just a different method that is prepared using bread, vegetables and Indian spcies.

Bun Maska: Bun maska with a cup of 'garam chai' is what people in Mumbai love to have. Bun maska is one of those Mumbai recipes that have been popularised by a host of quaint Irani cafes. 'Maska' basically means butter and bun maska is a special kind of bun with butter.

Egg Sandwich: This is a very popular breakfast and evening snack recipe. You need just a handful of ingredients to try this sandwich recipe. This bread-egg recipe is so easy that even the worst cook on earth will cook it nicely.

Bread Roll: Want to eat some fried snacks? Prepare this bread roll at home and serve it with a hot cup of tea.

Noodle Bread Cutlet: This is a delicious evening snack that has a flavour of both Chinese and Indian cuisine. It is a semi-Chinese snack recipe that can be prepared easily.

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