Refined wheat flour (maida), sugar, yeast, salt (iodised), edible vegetable oil (palm olein), gluten, soya flour, preservative-282, emulsifier-472e, 481(i), acidity regulator-260, antioxidant-300 and flour treatment agent-1100 (i).
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White bread typically refers to breads made from wheat flour from which the bran and the germ layers have been removed (and set aside) from the whole wheatberry as part of the flour grinding or milling process, producing a light-coloured flour. This milling process can give white flour a longer shelf life by removing the natural oils from the whole grain. Removing the oil allows products made with the flour, like white bread, to be stored for longer periods of time avoiding potential rancidity.
Take a large bowl of warm water and dissolve sugar and dry yeast in it. Add in the sugary yeast mixture and mix well. Make a thin batter and gradually add in the remaining flour. You can use an electric beater to beat the batter well. Knead a dough with this mixture and knead it again for more elasticity.
Bread upma is a quick, easy and tasty Upma variation made with bread cubes, onions, tomatoes, spices and herbs. This savoury bread upma comes together in 30 minutes and makes for a quick breakfast, brunch or evening snack.
Bread Pakora is a much love snack of deep fried and savoury bread fritters from the North Indian Cuisine, especially Punjabi Cuisine. Bread pakora or bread bhaji are made with a spiced batter of gram flour aka besan, spices and salt. They are either stuffed with a mashed potato stuffing or made without any stuffing. Here, I share two delicious ways of making bread pakora