Feb 5, 2012

Chilli Bread / Chilli Bread Masala / Chilli Bread Upma– Indo Chinese Style – Lunch Box Ideas / Leftover Bread Recipes

I really love Chinese foods a lot..I do make lots of indo Chinese foods at home..Even today we had a Chinese fiesta in our house..I made chinese vegetable fried rice, chilli gobi and chilli potatoes for lunch today and it was totally a ***YUMMO***..Don’t worry recipes are on its way..

Today’s recipes is going to be a awesome indo Chinese one..It is crispy bread pieces tossed in a yummy Chinese sauce..The amount of sauce you add here depends completely on your taste..You can adjust it accordingly..This recipe can be put in lunch box for kids as well. If you have some bread cubes lying around , this is  a great way to use it up..I fried my bread pieces in tawa..You could toast them in oven if you like.

So I hope you like it and let me know what you think..


Bread – 6 slices cubed
Onion-1 chopped finely
Spring Onion White Part – 2 tblspn chopped
Tomatoes – 3 chopped finely
Ginger -1 tblspn minced
Garlic – 1tblspn minced
Red Chilli – 2 sliced
Tomato Ketchup -2 tblspn
Soy Sauce – 1 tblspn
Vinegar – 1tblspn
Sugar -1 tsp
Ajinomoto -1 tsp(optional)
Salt to taste
Oil- 3 tblspn
Spring Onion Green Part for garnishing


Heat 2 tblpsn of oil and add the chopped bread cubes and fry till it turn golden. Remove to a plate and set aside.

Heat 1 tblspn of oil and add ginger, garlic, red chilli and fry well.

Add spring onion white part, onion and fry till light golden.

Add tomatoes along with sugar, salt and ajinomot..Give it a stir and cook for 5 mins.

Add tomato sauce, soya sauce, vinegar and mix well. Pour half cup of water and bring it to a boil.

Add in fried bread pieces and mix well.

Garnish with spring onion and serve hot.


Take all your ingrediants
prepare ur veggies
chop ur bread pieces
heat some oil in a tawa
add bread pieces
and fry them
remove them to a plate
heat some oil in a kadai
add ginger and garlic
add red chilli
and spring onion white part
add onions
and fry well
add in tomatoes
add salt. sugar and ajinomoto
mix well
now add in the sauce part..First tomato ketchup
soy sauce
vinegar..I had some chilli vinegar, so i added that
mix well
pour some water
bring it to a boil
add bread pieces
and toss well
throw in lots of spring onion (green part)
mix once
This can be put in lunch box as well
or you can serve as a evening snack for kids
Any way its delicious...Enjoy.

Check out my other variation of making Bread Upma..(Click on the images for Recipe)
Vegetable Bread Upma

Bread Upma


Raksha said...

Nice one, but I suggest to you not to use ajinomoto, it's not good for health

faseela said...

superb reciupe dear...luks awesome

maha said...

nice one.........looks spicy n hot.....

Archana said...

This way I will have lesser complaints. Thanks.

Suja Manoj said...

Great idea to make use of left over..simple and delicious

Ramya said...

nice and yummy idea to use up leftover bread

Hema said...

Very innovative and yummy ..

Gloria said...

look really yumm!

Rita said...

This really looks great!

Anna said...

A mi también e encanta la cocina china, pero adoro los platos que haces de tu país. Un beso.

Curry and Comfort said...

Wow.. very smart recipe. I love that stir fried bread. Well done. :)

Roshu said...

Thts such a yummy one!!!!

Namitha said...

This is one of my favorites :-)

Preeti Garg said...



Only Fish Recipes said...

loved the recipe very much....looks yummy :-)

Carolina said...

Really seems good

Biny Anoop said...

have made bread upma...but this is new to me.....will surely try it

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious to snack on looks wonderful

Shabitha Karthikeyan said...

Nice way to use the bread !! I love this one..Nicely done !!

Viki's Kitchen said...

Masala bread looks so delicious dear. Yummy!

VineelaSiva said...

Wow aarti its very easy and children love to eat it.

Anisha Ranjit said...

That's innovative use of bread!!!

Catherine said...

Dear Aarthi, I bet this is just delicious. I love that sauce. Blessings, Catherine xo

Gopika Ram said...

This looks yumm.. gottu try with the bread i have here.. :)

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Recipe world said...

Wow, this is really a good idea for lunchbox!
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zareena said...

This is a perfect breakfast dish... Delicious one..

Treat and Trick said...

Perfect and so yummy!


Sounds awesome! Must try sometime!

Sharmilee! :) said...

Nice recipe...very tempted

Blackswan said...

Very interesting dish, dear!

Kalpana Sareesh said...

makes me really hungry.. too good

Mamatkamal said...

Looks spicy and delicious! This is the first time I've heard about Ajinomoto spice, I always learn something new when I visit your lovely space! Have a great day.

vineetha said...

Loved the idea..looks yumm...

Junia said...

chili bread sounds so unique! love the idea :D

Marisa said...

I like this recipe very much. Thanks for following my blog

Sensible Vegetarian said...

Looks so lip smacking.

Christy Gerald said...

Very yummo n innovative Dish.

anthony stemke said...

Looks great for sure. The ajinomoto really accentuates the flavours. Beautiful looking too.

prachi said...

hey, I tried making the non-ajinomoto version y'day.. and it turned out to be very tasty and the aroma was truly mouthwatering!......

i just love your blog...thanks for posting such nice recipes... :)

Preeti Madhu said...

My 6 year daughter loved it thnk you aarthi

Archana Kamal said...

Ajinomoto should not be used...its MSG for this reason maggi is banned otherwise its just great recipe

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