Mixed Vegetable Bread Baskets

For the whole of April, I would be taking part in a month long blogging marathon, hosted by Srivalli. Each week there would be a different theme and the first week we need to blog recipes suitable for any special occasion (Weddings, Parties, etc).

For today I have chosen this recipe which is suitable as a snack for the kids, appetizer at kid's parties. 

Also the bread baskets themselves can be used in a variety of creative ways. 
They can be used to serve dessert like ice cream or fruit custard. You can also serve any kind of chaat in these baskets. You can get as creative as you want!!

So for Day 1 Week 1 of BM #27, check these cute baskets of veggies :).

Ingredients - 
For the Bread Baskets -
Bread slices 12
Butter as needed 
For the Mixed Vegetable Curry - 
Mixed Vegetables (I used carrot, corn, beans and peas)
Salt as needed
Pepper and or Red Chilli powder as required
Chaat Masala or Garam Masala as needed
Tomato Sauce (Optional) as needed
Cheese for topping


Bread Baskets

Method Of Preparation -
For the Bread Baskets -
Remove the sides of the sides of all the bread slices. (Don't throw the sides, instead pulse them and use them bread crumbs for another recipe).

To get a perfect shaped basket, cut out a huge circle from the resultant bread slice. But I chose not to waste any more bread. So I didn't do the additional trim.

Apply butter on one side of the bread slice and neatly line a muffin plate with the buttered side up.

Preheat the oven to 375F and bake the bread slices for 10 min until the baskets get crispy. Set aside for further use in the recipe.

For the Mixed Vegetable Curry -
Boil all the vegetables, add salt, pepper or red chilli powder, chaat masala or garam masala and the tomato sauce.

Mix well and set aside.

Mixed Vegetable Bread Baskets

To assemble The Mixed Vegetable Bread Baskets -
In each of the bread basket, add the mixed vegetable curry and top it with cheese as needed. 

Place each of them in a muffin plate and bake in the oven for about 12 min or until the cheese is brown.

Serve warm and watch them disappear enjoy the sight of loads of smiles!

Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#27.


Logo Credit - Preeti
Preparation Time 45 min
Makes 12

27 comments

  1. Preeti Garg Says:
  2. Perfect and crunchy basket

     
  3. Harini this looks amazingly pretty and worth all the efforts

     
  4. Suchi Sm Says:
  5. New idea of using bread.... Good healthy recipe

     
  6. Very interesting baskets..ya they surely can be used in many ways...super idea, love it!

     
  7. very cute and lovely bread baskets .

     
  8. Teena Mary Says:
  9. Pretty & tasty looking veggie baskets! :)

     
  10. Loved this recipe dear...bread cups itself is so attractive...feel like taking one

     
  11. So cute and such a eye catching recipe :)

     
  12. Suma Gandlur Says:
  13. I too made them once, flower shaped ones. They are perfect for tiny hands.

     
  14. divya Says:
  15. Just mouthwatering...looks yummy & delicious!

     
  16. Priya Suresh Says:
  17. Love those bread cups, very brilliant idea and health baskets.

     
  18. Saras Says:
  19. Awesome starter..Looks like fun recipe for in any parties :)

     
  20. Pretty little baskets. They look adorable and kids would love it...

     
  21. Padmajha PJ Says:
  22. The final pic looks great! Am sure this will be a hit in the kiddy party...

     
  23. Srivalli Says:
  24. Such a crowd pleasure this dish is Harini..I love this, only thing that prevents me from making this often is the individual basket that needs to be done!..love the filling you used..

     
  25. Lavanya T R Says:
  26. Nice clicks...looks yummy
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  27. love the crisp cute baskets Harini!!I am sure it will be a hit in any party

     
  28. Sounds inviting and the basket looks so cute...

     
  29. Cute baskets :) I made another version of it sometime back. I have one small tip. Next time roll the bread to a thinner version and then put in the mould. Makes it very very light and crisp.

     
  30. Rajani S Says:
  31. My bread baskets (the only time I made it) were totally inedible..don't ask me how it happened!

    These look cute and is a sure crowd pleasing recipe!

     
  32. Manju Says:
  33. Basket looks so crunchy even adults will love this.

     
  34. Nisha Sundar Says:
  35. Indeed these look cute. The filling is also so inviting. Perfect bite sized party food.

     
  36. Pavani N Says:
  37. Those bread baskets look super cute. Great idea for parties. Filling looks delicious.

     
  38. Cute baskets for kids.They will surely enjoy these.

     
  39. A sure crowd puller. Thanks for the detailed procedure on the bread baskets . I will surely make these.

     
  40. Crispy baskets with a delicious filling mouthwatering recipe Harini

     
  41. Kalyani Says:
  42. totally drooling here.. what a clever idea.. worth all the effort..

    Kalyani
    Sizzling Tastebuds
    Event : Summer Splash + Giveaway

     
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