Tuesday, 28 July 2009

Bread Rolls- II (Stuffed Potato Bread Rolls)

P1000606 Ever since I made Cheesy Bread Rolls for my son’s birthday S , like a kid has been after me that I did not made his kind of bread rolls and when was I going to make them? S can really be a child when he wants to eat something desperately. But I love to pamper my ‘Sweet Old Child’. I promised him for the weekend, but we got stuck finishing a lot of pending chores and I was unable to make them. I promised him again that I will make them sometime in the week, but my Sweet Old Child wanted me to make a lot of them for the dinner.
So I made the bread rolls for the dinner along with mixed veg soup to make a wholesome meal. I kept the rolls ready in the afternoon and kept in the fridge and fried them just before serving dinner. I was glad he liked them and the best part about the rolls was they did not absorb the oil. S kept asking me what have you done to the bread rolls that they have not absorbed the oil? My only answer to him was just made them with lot of love.The real answer probably was I did not soak the bread in water directly, instead I just patted enough water on it to make it soft enough to fold.
Ingredients
16 fresh bread slices
5-6 medium potatoes
1 medium onion chopped
3-4 green chilies
an inch of ginger
4-5 garlic pods
3 tbsp chopped cilantro
1 tsp cumin pwd
2-3 tsp coriander pwd
salt to taste
2 tbsp chaat masala
1 tsp white pepper pwd
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Method
  • Boil the potatoes, peel off the skin and grate it.
  • Crush together garlic, ginger and chilies.
  • In the grated potato add the crushed paste of ginger-garlic . Add chopped cilantro & onion, salt, chaat masala, cumin , coriander & white pepper pwd.
  • Mix all so that the spices blend in the potato.
  • Divide potato mix into 16 equal portions.
  • Trim the edges of the bread and roll it flat with a rolling pin.
  • Take the bread on the palm and spread water on the edges and the entire bread, just enough to make it soft.
  • Keep the potato mix in the centre and fold the bread over it from all the sides.
  • Press and give it a proper oval shape and deep fry in hot oil till nicely golden brown and crisp. Do not fry on low flame as the bread tends to absorb more oil.
  • Serve hot with Tomato sauce or green chutney.
  • Makes 16. I had saved a few for the lunch boxes as the rolls are very filling and kids eat them with 'no fuss'.
cooking for kids logo fried snack Sending this post as my entry to CFK- Healthy Lunch Boxes a monthly event started by Sharmi @ Neivedyam. This month it is hosted by Neha of easyntastyrecipes and to WYF: Fried Snack hosted by SimpleIndianfood.
Note- Be careful while adding salt as the chaat masala also contains salt.
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25 comments:

Parita said...

Wow these buns look perfect!

Hari Chandana said...

Wow... My fav... looks soo yummm n tempting.. perfect for this season!! :)

Shri said...

These looks so good and they must taste yummy with soup!Thanks for visiting me:)

Pooja said...

Wow this looks so nice and delicious!

Preety said...

my mom make these almost a similar way..i never tried it by myself..but yours looks perfect love the crispiness that bread gives to these rolls

kittymatti said...

wow!!! Soo good! very similar to my mom's recipe.. looks perfect dear

Divya Kudua said...

Perfect snack for tea-time:)

jayasree said...

Thanks for dropping by my blog and helping me discover urs.
Perfectly shaped rolls.

Jayashree said...

Thank you for stopping by my blog.
Your bread rolls look crunchy and delicious.....

Jaya Wagle said...

They look yummy Pari. Used to eat them when I was in college. :)

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Your bread rolls looks delicious. A sure kid pleaser.

Pari said...

Thanks all of you.I appreciate that you stopped and peeped into my space.

Dhanya Nambirajan said...

Very creative idea. Buns looks yum:).

Dhanya Nambirajan said...

Buns looks delicious. Very creative idea:).

Pavithra said...

Mmmmmmmmmm looks so good and crispy.. hope i am first time here... really enjoyed browsing thru.. will come back often

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Hi pari,thanks for visiting my place,u hav a cool blog!
I have try these,my kid will sure love it
saw ur cheesy rolls too,awesome:)

Prathibha said...

Lovely buns dear....I just love aloo bun...

Kitchen Flavours said...

Oh wow.....they look drool worthy.....

sangi said...

Bread rolls looks sooooo perfect!
tempting click!

Velva said...

This looks really good. The bread too!

EC said...

Looks tempting..thanks for participating

Neha said...

Its my all time favourite, but due to oil only i did make it less frequently... Now shall try ur way n enjoy it..
Thanx for sending...

n33ma said...

Both versions of bread rolls sounds and looks fantastic!

Shubha said...

Great recipe...I tried this recipe and came out great... and a great tip of using just enough water to just roll the bread. Everyone in my family loved it.. would like to add this recipe in my blog with ofcourse a link to your post. let me know if its ok with you.
Shubha(http://kuchmeredilnekaha.blogspot.com/). please drop by my blog when you have time:)

SJs Food Court said...

My favorite for sure :) Yummmm...

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