Bread Crispies

This recipe is made with bread, onion and tomato. This evening snack is served with tea.

Bread Crispies

Recipe by S Kamala
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Course: SnacksCuisine: IndianDifficulty: Easy


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This recipe is made with bread, onion and tomato. This evening snack is served with tea.


  • Bread Slices – 4

  • Rawa (Sooji) – 1/4 cup

  • Tomato (Big size) – 1

  • Onion (medium size) – 1

  • Green Chillies – 2

  • Coriander leaves – few

  • Red Chilli Powder – two small pinches

  • Salt – 1/4 teaspoon or as per taste

  • Oil – for deep frying


  • Chop onion, tomato, green chillies and coriander leaves finely.
  • Remove the brown portion from the corners of the bread slice and cut it into four squares.
  • Add the rawa (sooji) in a bowl. Add salt and red chilli powder and mix well.
  • Then add the chopped onion, tomato, green chillies and coriander leaves to the rawa. Mix it nicely. The juice in the tomato binds the rawa with onion etc. If necessary sprinkle little water and make a thick paste like consistency.
  • Heat oil in a kadai. Coat the bread slices with the rawa paste and deep fry till it become crisp and golden yellow.


  1. nice snack

  2. Lakshmi Venkatesh

    Surely children will like it very much.

  3. Will the Bread absorb more oil, during deep fry?

    • Hi Girija,

      If you allow to dry the bread slices for few hours or if you use the some old (not stale) bread, it will not absorb more oil. But if you use the fresh one it will be more oily. You can put the crispies in a paper towel after frying. This way the extra oil will be absorbed by the paper.


  5. i really love ur recipes.last 2 years i tried lot of new recipes from ur website. Almost all came well. Thanks for that.


  7. Tried this recipe last week. very tasty. loved it.

  8. Hi mam…i wan to try this for my husband tmrw…he’ll surely luv this…its looking so yummy…plz tel me wat rawa needs to b used for this??

  9. Thank you kamalaji….i have tried many recipies suggested by you and all come out very well.

  10. Hi mam…
    I made the bread crispies…it tasted awesome…my husband n mom in law loved it!!! Im becoming a good cook now…i knew nothing before…
    All thanks to you….

  11. Hi mam…
    I made the bread crispies…it was very tasty…my husband n mom in law loved it!!! Im becoming a good cook now…i knew nothing before…
    All thanks to you….

  12. i soaked the vegetables and rawa in curd for a few minutes and then coated on the bread.that was also very tasty.

  13. I tried the recipe , it came out extraordinary well even my 2 yr old daughter liked it.. Thanks a lot for the quick and easy recipe..

  14. Sumithra

    If I coat the mixure in bread and deep fry, then tomato or onion will not comeout in oil??

    • No. It will not come out. Rawa will bind the ingredients to the bread slice. However make sure the rawa mixture is like paste and when you apply to the bread it will stick to it.

  15. Hi Kamala madam, I tried this today with some leftover bread and it was awesome….family enjoyed it…I did a shallow fry and it was very tasty….thanks for the recipe 🙂

  16. Hi, also a humble suggestion is if you could please add a Pinterest button to your site so that I can pin it and your lovely recipes can be enjoyed by more people….far and wide! 🙂

  17. Dr. bhagyalakshmi venkatesh

    Dear Kamla,

    I tried bread pakoda, kal dosai & vegetable sagu.

    Thanks for your recipes.

    I have also looked at your kolam designs.

    Great site.


  18. why it observe oil??
    & how to make rava paste..??

    • Any deep fried item will be oily only. Bread tend to absorb more oil. After frying if you put it in a kitchen paper towel, the paper will absorb the oil and the crispies will not have any oil. To make rawa paste, just add the tomato and other ingredients and knead it well, like making a dough. The tomato juice will bind the rawa. Still if you feel it is dry, then sprinkle little water and make a paste.

  19. Scindia Raj V R

    Dear mam, I tried tomato dhal, milk halwa, ginger thuvaiyal and pongal.. reaaly very good I am now only take practise on cooking.. your tips werw very much helpful for a freeshers..

  20. Sarvepalli uma

    Hi mam,
    I tried this,it came very loved. But while eating I felt like more oil squeezing out from bread. Can we cook this in pan like cutlet? instead of deep frying.

  21. Kamala mam its really very good even i liked better than my child thank u plz share some more snack items which is useful to all moms

  22. Ur methods for every dish s good but if there s step by step pictorial representation it would be even better

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