Sweet Corn Bread Upma is a quick and easy recipe.
Upma is an easy and quick recipe in South Indian breakfast. I guess in every South Indian house there will be upma for breakfast at least once a week. 😉
Today am going to show you not the regular rava upma but bread upma or chat. I like to have this as an evening snack, so, I call it as chat too.
I did not use bread alone but also used SWEET CORN as well.
This recipe is very easy to prepare if you run out of breakfast ideas when bread slices are handy.
One evening when my palate was hungry 😛 I prepared this as a quick snack to fulfill my hunger cravings.
Now let’s get into the detailed step by step procedure of this recipe.
- Wheat Bread Slices-5
- Sweet Corn Kernels/Sihi Mekkejola-1/2 Cup
- Green Chilies-2
- Garlic/Vellulli/Bellulli-5 Cloves/5 Rebbalu
- Cinnamon/Dalchina Chekka-1/2 inch
- Coriander Powder/Dhaniyala Podi/Dhaniya Pudi-1 Teaspoon
- Water-1 cup
- Oil-1 Teaspoon
- Salt-As required
Procedure for Sweet Corn Bread Upma
- Finely chop onions, green chilies and keep it aside.
- Crush the garlic cloves little and keep it ready.
- Chop the bread slices into small cubes.
- Take 1 cup of water, heat it. Add sweet corn and boil it for 3 minutes. Drain the water once done.
- Heat a pan, add oil. Once the oil is hot put cloves, cinnamon and fry for 1 minute.
- Now add in the onions, green chilies, garlic cloves and fry for 3 minutes or until onions turn slightly brown.
- Once the onions are fried, add in the boiled sweet corn and saute for 3 minutes.
- Now add the bread cubes, salt, and mix until well combined.
- Add coriander powder and mix for 2 minutes.
Tadaaa… Sweet Corn Bread Upma/chat is ready to serve.
–You can replace coriander powder with chat masala for extra flavor. But just sprinkle on top before you serve.
–You can increase the cloves and cinnamon quantity according to your taste.
–Here I used wheat bread, you can even use white bread or milk bread or sweet bread.
–With sweet bread,upma/chat will be little on the sweeter side.