Vegetable topping for Bagels

VEG BAGELS
VEGETABLE TOPPING

These circles with a hole are less fussier than the concentric circles from maths. They can easily replace the squares or even the rectangles-the regular bread;

BAGELS

On a Sunday, where brunch tops the meal of the day, I decided to make a veg-topping by using green peas, green beans, potatoes, carrots, and the decision to include fresh dill leaves took this topping altogether to a different level and the result was just yum!
Here comes the recipe.

 VEGETABLE TOPPING FOR BAGELS

veg bagels
Preparation time: 20 mins
Cooking time: 20 mins
Total time: 40 mins
Makes: topping for 2 bagels

INGREDIENTS:
3 medium potatoes(boiled, but left in hot water until use)

8-10 green beans(thinly chopped)
3 tbsp of green peas
2 sprigs of dill leaves(chopped finely)
2 carrots-grated
1" piece of fresh ginger(grated)
salt to-taste

MIXED VEGETABLE TOPPING

DIRECTIONS:
First, cut the bagel into 2 halves and toast each half into a toaster or in an oven slightly.

While the bagels are getting toasted, put beans, peas, and ginger into a pan with a few drops of water and stir fry them until soft but crunchy.

Then remove the boiled potatoes from the hot water, peel the skin and mash them with salt and dill leaves to form a lump-free spread.

Now, use this mash as a base layer and spread the vegetables on top of the potato layer and garnish with fresh carrots.




Notes:
These bagels can make a substantial breakfast or a light brunch and can be easily transported as a travel/lunch box companion. I hope you enjoy it!

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Haseena

3 comments:

  1. Must try this recipe. At first I thought it was doughnuts with an exxciting topping! Yours is much healthier than that. :-)

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    1. There are loads of variations to try as toppings for this recipe and we can call them as veg doughnuts. ☺

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