Bread Sev

The last week of BM #26 is all about Street Food which is kid friendly. I have been dreaming of Bread Sev for quite sometime now. Once upon a time I used to patronize a street vendor who used to make this amazing Bread Sev. In the later years, it had become an addiction to my husband and mother-in-law as well.

The other day when I was discussing the different kinds of chaat we used to enjoy back home, Jaya (my dear sis) said that she had recreated and was very happy with the result. That gave me the dreams and the idea to enjoy it all over again !!

Since my older one is a chaat freak (Aren't we all??), it was a dream come true, so to say.  She was like 'How come you never made this for so long?'. I assured her that this would appear as her after-school snack often. Since it is very easy to put together, don't you agree it was an easy promise to make??
Here is Bread Sev for Day 1 Week 4 Of BM #26. 

Ingredients - 

Bread Slices 4 
Tamarind-Date Chutney as needed (shall update recipe later)
Coriander-Mint Green Chutney as needed (shall update recipe later)
Mashed Potato Curry (see recipe below)
Sev (thin Chickpea flour noodles) 4 Tbsp or as needed
Butter as needed
Beaten yogurt 4-5 Tbsp
Carrot, Grated 2 Tbsp
Onion, finely chopped 1/4 cup
Coriander leaves(Cilantro), finely chopped as needed
Optional Toppings (Boiled peas or Boiled Garbanzo Beans, finely chopped capsicum, finely chopped cucumber etc)

Bread Sev

For Mashed Potato Curry- (Alter the flavors as preferred)
Potatoes, Boiled and Coarsely Mashed 2 Nos
Onion, finely chopped 1/4 cup
Salt as needed
Turmeric a pinch
Tomato Ketchup or Sauce 1 Tbsp
Mirchi Powder as needed
Dry Mint Powder 1/4 tsp
Seasoning (Oil 2 tsp, cumin seeds 1/2 tsp)

Method Of Preparation -
To Prepare the Mashed Potato Curry - 
In a pan, heat oil and cumin seeds. After the cumin seeds crackle, saute the onions until they are golden brown.

Reduce the flame and add the tomato sauce, salt, mirchi powder and the mashed potato. Mix well and sprinkle the dried mint powder. 

Remove from fire and set aside.

Bread Sev

To assemble the Bread Sev-
Toast the bread slices and apply butter to your preference.

Spread the Coriander-Mint Green Chutney. 

Next spread the mashed potato curry, then the Tamarind-Date Chutney, beaten yogurt, grated carrot, chopped onions, coriander leaves and sev. Add any other toppings of your choice and serve immediately.

Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#26.

Linking this to Kid's Delight hosted at Simply Tadka.

Preparation Time 10  min + Assembly 2-3 min
Makes 4 Slices


  1. looks flavourful wonderfully done

  2. yes agree it is easy promise, and way to tempting to miss, this is my husband's favorite too, he often goes for this, when we plan an outing to the chowpatty, you have indeed made it out very well

  3. Akila Says:
  4. Perfect snack munch on
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  5. Bookmarking now... Yummy snack...

  6. Kalyani Says:
  7. such an easy but yummy snack.. will def try this out this week as I have all ingredients except Sev :-) bookmarking Harini.. yup, agree we are all chaat freaks :-) LoL

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  8. Priya Suresh Says:
  9. Omg, cant resist to these beauties, bread sev tempts me a lot and am hungry even after having my breakfast.

  10. Srivalli Says:
  11. This is really awesome Harini...what a brilliant and delicious treat!

  12. bful n so yumm looking

  13. Vinula Says:
  14. Harini you brought back all the memories of the chatwala opposite NIIT. I will be trying this today.

  15. divya Says:
  16. awesome recipe...very inviting it

  17. inviting platter

  18. oh wow this is so tempting! bread!..n love chaat..and the combination with all those chutneys is awsum..loved it!

  19. Pavani Says:
  20. I'm going to try this chaat very soon. All the ingredients are easily available at home and I'm sure it'll please everyone.. Thanks for sharing.

  21. Rajani S Says:
  22. So really tempting...Love it!

  23. Unknown Says:
  24. Such an easy dish and a no fuss one too. Good job

  25. Nisha Says:
  26. These kind of dishes are even for adults. :) They look so good.

  27. veena Says:
  28. This is so tempting!!!!

  29. preeti garg Says:
  30. wow.. what lovely twist with sev... you used bread instead of any canape..
    thanks for linking with ma event

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