Suji Veg Buns is an ideal children’s lunch box item that’s easy to make, very delicious and highly nutritious. This is one of those recipes in which you can sneak in all the veggies your children refuse to eat in regular sabzi. It is ideally a burger and pav bhaji fusion that is made with a suji or semolina base filling with lots of vegetables.
In a mixing bowl add semolina, yogurt, ½ tsp salt and water. Mix it well and make medium thick batter.
Batter is ready now cover it and let it rest for 15-20 minutes.
After 15 minutes uncovered the lid and you will see the batter has become thick because semolina has absorb all the water so add water accordingly to make smooth batter (You can take more or less water as per your requirement). Keep on adding water until you get the proper consistency. Batter should not be very thick or thin.
Now add all the vegetables finely chopped (green capsicum, red bell pepper, French beans, onion), chilly flakes, mix it well and keep the mixture aside.
Cut the buns horizontally into two slices and spread the thick layer of suji mixture evenly all around onto both the buns. Repeat the same process for rest of the buns.
Add butter in a pan and spread it evenly and wait till butter melts.
Now put a slice suji veg buns into the pan, put the suji mixture side downwards and cook it on medium low flame till it gets fully cooked and turns golden brown from downward side.
Once cooked flip it over and spread tomato sauce or chilly sauce evenly onto the cooked suji mixture.
Add some grated mozzarella cheese and sprinkle little oregano over the cheese.
Cover the lid and cook it on low flame till cheese melts. It takes around 3-4 minutes.
Once cooked take out from the pan and serve hot.
Serve Suji veg buns with tomato sauce, chilly sauce or any chutney of your choice or you can pack these in your kids tiffin box
To make it healthy I have used wheat burger buns. Add vegetables as per your choice. If you don’t want to eat spicy then you can skip chilly flakes.