Thursday, March 31, 2016

Sausage cheese vegetable bread

It was a Saturday morning. Everyone at home wanted a different breakfast. Only one sausage was left in the refrigerator. So, I couldn’t sausage and egg to everyone. I had to use one sausage in a clever way. And I came up with this recipe.

One cup flour

One egg

One tsp baking powder

4 tbsp. yogurt

4 tbsp. olive oil

One cup shredded cheese

One fourth cup chopped black olive

salt to taste

One sausage

One small onion

One capsicum

3-4 sprigs of parsley

One tsp. dried cilantro

One tbsp. oil for frying vegetable

Take a big mixing bowl. Add flour, baking powder, salt, and mix well. Keep the bowl aside. Finely chop the onion, capsicum, and cilantro. Cut the sausage into thin slices. Take a pan, heat one tbsp. of oil in medium. Add dried parsley. When you get the fine aroma, add all the chopped vegetables. Saute for few minutes. Add salt. Add the sausage pieces. Fry for another few minutes. Switch off the stove, and keep the pan aside. In the big mixing bowl add the egg, yogurt, oil, and mix well. The mixture will be very tight and sticky. Then, add the vegetable mixture , olive and mix very well. Preheat the oven at 350 degree F. Take a 9”X 5” rectangular loaf pan. Spray oil inside it. Pour the mixture. Spread cheese on the top. Bake for half an hour or until a knife comes out clean inserted in the middle. 

18 comments:

Beauty Unearthly said...

Really interesting post...thx for sharing! xx

beena stephen said...

Look so yummy bread

JoJo said...

I'll have to look up what a capsicum is....never heard of it! The end result looks really good!

krishna said...

That is green bell pepper.. :)

Margaret-whiteangel said...

I bet that is delicious, it looks it.

Sharon D said...

Wow..that looks yummy! Homemade bread is always best. :D

mamasmercantile said...

That looks amazing and I was surprised how quickly it cooked. I am afraid I cheat with bread and use a bread making machine, but I will certainly be giving that recipe a go.

Mildred said...

Your bread looks delicious.

Gosia k said...

thanks for sharing a lovely recipe. Love from Poland Gosia

Evelyn Halim said...

looks so delicious! i want to make that bread. thanks for sharing
have a nice weekend dear
xx,
http://evelyn-halim.blogspot.co.id/

Stacy said...

That does look delicious! So much effort and time to prepare though?

Zauberin Zebulon said...

Hi dear Krishna! It is very yummy this bread! Usually for breakfast I eat biscuits or cakes with milk & coffee.
Have a great day ;)

Cynthia said...

That sounds really good, maybe for dinner even. I think I might try it!

Sandi said...

That bread looks delicious!

Thank you for your kind words on my blog. :) I am following you too!

Ola said...

A nice begining of the day!

carol l mckenna said...

Smart and creative lady ~ looks yummy!

Wishing you peace in your day ~ ^_^

My Life in the Charente said...

That sounds fantastic, thanks for sharing. Have a good weekend Diane

Sharon D said...

Aah..beautiful bread. Thanks for the recipe. It looks like something I could eat for breakfast every day! ^.^

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