I totally hate the end slices of store bought bread. My brother and I always traded favours so that the other person would have the end slice. It sounds silly to me today but I still try to pass those slices to the husband (who thankfully doesn’t mind).
So when my mom found this recipe in a Tamil magazine and told me, I jumped at it. It was just the perfect way for me to have those end bread slices.
To top it all this is an easy and yummy soup. I used to make it all the time when the husband was out travelling and all I had to cook was for myself. I used to make a large bowl of this soup and dinner was done in ten minutes flat. Those were the days……
WHAT WE NEED
Water 3 cups
Onion, medium 1
Bread slices. 2
Butter/ Oil. 2 tsp
Coriander leaves. Lots
WHAT TO DO
- Put the water to boil
- Cut the onion finely, very finely
- Powder the bread slices in a mixer or blender
- Wash and cut the coriander leaves finely
- Heat the oil
- Add the onions and fry till they are translucent
- The water should be boiling by now. Pour it on the onions
- Add the bread slices and mix so that no lumps are formed
- Add the salt and mix well
- Add the coriander leaves and switch off the gas
- Enjoy your soup with some bread or just like that!
- The original recipe calls for frying the onion in butter which is what I usually do. I tried olive oil this time and it was quite tasty too!
This is my entry for Cooking from Cookbook Challenge hosted by Srivalli.
This is my entry for MonsoonMojo hosted by Kalyani