Cheese Toasts

Cheese toasts, in India, is a wildly popular breakfast and snack item. There are so many different kinds – one of my favorites is the Chili Cheese Toast which is loaded up with fiery little green chillies (I’ll save that for another post). For me, this is my go-to dish for breakfast especially when I have guests staying over. Cheese toasts are so easy to put together and they always  look and taste so good.

Cheese toast

Cheese Toasts

(Serves 4)

6 pieces of bread  toasted (you can use any kind of bread  regular, italian, french)

2 cups of shredded cheese (you can use any cheese – I use a mexican blend but plain old Amul cheese grated works fine too)

2 small plum tomatoes

1 small onion or 4 stalks of spring onions

1/8 cup milk

1/2 cup of cilantro

Salt & pepper to taste

Method:

  • Finely chop the onions/spring onions, tomatoes & cilantro.

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  • Mix the chopped ingredients with the shredded cheese.
  • Add salt, pepper and milk and mix it till its very well combined.

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  • Toast a few slices of bread in a toaster.
  • Put some of the cheese mixture on top of the pre-toasted bread.

Cheese toast

  • Spread it well to cover the entire surface of the slice.
  • Place it in a toaster oven and toast it lightly for about a minute or two till the cheese melts.

Cheese toast

  • Serve with ketchup or Maggi Hot and Sweet Tomato Chili Sauce (this is available in any Indian grocery store and goes so well with cheese toasts)

Cheese toasts

One thought on “Cheese Toasts

  1. They look delish and with all the colors going on they will make a perfect start for the day. I have to try this.

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