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Leftover Bread Snack- Sweet Bread Balls

These Crispy, mildly sweet Bread Balls for tea brings back lot of childhood memories each time I make them.

It's extremely easy to make & ready in 10 mins. How many of you have tried these? Comment and let me know. And those who have not yet, save this for later 🤗 See written method 👇👇👇👇 (video uploaded too)

Ingredients : 

  • Bread slices - few leftover or bread ends
  • Milk - Little to soak
  • Cardamom Powder -1/2 tsp
  • Sugar - to taste
  • Coconut - 2 Tbsp (Optional)
🔸Take some bread , slice & add in a bowl. I also break them to small pieces or sometimes blend it in the mixer jar till it forms crumbs. Use any method you please 🔸Add milk to soak it 🔸Add sugar as desired 🔸Add cardamom powder (optional) & coconut (optional) 🔸Mix all well and mash 🔸Make sure it's not too liquidy. Add more sliced bread if it becomes watery. 🔸 Make them into balls & deep fry them until golden brown. 🔸 Enjoy hot with Tea


  • My mom used to add in some coconut too and it does gives a nice distinct flavour. But I usually don't add since I am not a huge fan of coconut
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