Savory Bread Pudding

I was supposed to have posted this recipe on friday, 5th jul 2013. Due to a sudden weekend trip, I was caught unawares and couldn't post it on time. After a pleasant trip in glorious weather, I am back to blogging! I couldn't resist baking this and posting today as it turned out to be a pleasant treat ! 

As the husband is fond of savory snacks, he loved it and was generous with his praises :). So check out this easy to bake savory pudding as part of Day 3 Week 1 of BM #30.

I felt this is also a great way of using leftover bread. The kids liked it but it was way too spicy for them. So next time I will reduce the spice level so they can enjoy it too!


Savory Bread Pudding

Source - here
Ingredients - 

Bread 6 slices (I used Honey wheat bread)
Milk 1 1/2 cups
Corn Starch 1 Tbsp
Green chillies finely chopped 1 tsp (or as needed)
Salt as needed
Crushed Pepper as needed
Onions, sliced 3 Tbsp
Coriander leaves , chopped 2 Tbsp
Tomatoes, chopped (I used Pasta Sauce) 1/4 cup
Vegetables (Grated Carrots, sliced Red Peppers) 1/2 cup
Oil 1 tsp 

Savory Bread Pudding

Method Of Preparation -

Saute the onions in a teaspoon of oil until they are translucent and set aside.

Cube the bread slices and soak them in milk for 5 min.

Mix corn starch in 2 tablespoons of water and mix it in the bread mixture. Also add in tomatoes (I used pasta sauce) salt, pepper and green chillies.

Add in the vegetables leaving some to be used as a topping. Mix well and set aside.

Preheat the oven to 375 F. Grease a shallow baking dish (I used a loaf pan and 2 mini loaf pans).

Pour the batter into the baking dish and bake for 30-40 min or until a tester comes out clean. 

Let it cool for about 10 min before serving.

Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#30.

Preparation Time 15 min + Baking Time 40 min  + Cooling Time 10 min
Serves 3-4

15 comments

  1. Pavani N Says:
  2. Hope you had a nice trip Harini. Savory bread pudding sounds delicious, looks colorful and yummy!!

     
  3. nice and yummy recipe

     
  4. Delicious and mouthwatering recipe.

    Deepa

     
  5. nayana Says:
  6. pudding looks yummy, nice twist from sweet to savoury pudding... Todays post : http://nayanas-kitchen-kreations.blogspot.in/2013/07/banana-oats-milkshake.html

     
  7. Liked this idea!!!

    SJ's Food Court: http://myownfoodcourt.blogspot.com

     
  8. Priya Suresh Says:
  9. Dunno why i never thought of making savoury bread pudding, looks fantabulous Harini.

     
  10. Interesting recipe.. looks great!!

     
  11. Kalyani Says:
  12. Nice .. I love savoury bakes too, so wouldn't mind that bowl :-)()

     
  13. Sapana Behl Says:
  14. Looks so great !

     
  15. woo...interesting recipe with flavors of spice and bread

     
  16. Renuka Says:
  17. That's an interesting way to use bread!

     
  18. Quite interesting recipe. Looks so colourful. Even I have a baguette in fridge and was thinking of trying a savoury bake. I might try this tomorrow...

     
  19. divya Says:
  20. oh wow... absolutely love it...

     
  21. looks like we both had the same idea last week except yours is way healthier than mine with so many veggies and no cheese

     
  22. Perfect way to use up old bread! Nice and yummy pudding.

     
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