Thursday 14 July 2011

Stuffed and Batter Fried Bread Rolls.. a treat from my cousin’s kitchen


Hello everyone.

During my recent visit to my mom’s place I was invited for a dinner at my cousin P’s place who has moved in with her in laws after staying in Bangalore for a few years. She herself is a good cook and keeps trying new in her kitchen. She served me these deep fried, spicy and savoury stuff and told me that it is her MIL’s creation. One bite into it and I was craving for the recipe.

Post dinner I asked her can I click the pics and get the recipe, to which her MIL Sandhya Mavshi very generously agreed. She is a sweet heart, she explained me the recipe in utmost detail and I eagerly scribbled it down. Thanks Mavshi for the recipe, I thoroughly enjoyed eating and clicking this delicious savoury. I’m looking forward to learn more from you.

This can make an excellent evening snack and even a starter.

Kindly excuse me for the pics (night shots).

I am also excited to tell you that for my previous post Mozzarella-Baby Corn Fritters with Chilli Jam which I had learnt from Chef Parag Kanhere( celebrity chef), the Chef himself has appreciated and commented, thanks so much Chef, you surely made my day.

Ingredients For Stuffing

To grind

1” ginger

4green chillies

1tsp coriander pwd

1tsp cumin pwd

1tsp fennel seeds

6-7 small pods garlic

For the stuffing

1/2tsp oil

1/2tsp red chilli pwd

1/4tsp turmeric pwd

1/2tsp asafoetida

the grinded paste

1 big onion chopped

4 medium sized boiled potatoes

chopped coriander

1tsp lemon juice

For Batter

1/4 cup urad dal flour (black lentil flour)

1/8 cup besan (chick pea flour)

red chilli pwd to taste

salt to taste

1/4tsp cumin

1tbsp hot oil shortening

a pinch of baking soda


oil for deep frying and bread slices


Grind together all ingredients under the heading ‘to grind’ to form a paste.

For the stuffing-

Heat 1/2tsp oil and add asafoetida followed by chopped onions and sauté. Add turmeric, chilli pwd, grinded paste, salt to taste and mashed potatoes. Cook for 2-3 mins. Cool and add lemon juice and chopped coriander.

Make small balls of the stuffing.


Mix all ingredients and enough water to make a batter ( dosa consistency).

To Assemble-

Soak the bread lightly in water and squeeze out excess water.

Keep a stuffing ball in the centre of the bread and cover it from all the sides.

Dip this bread roll in the batter and deep fry on a medium flame. Remove on a kitchen towel.

Cut the batter fried roll into halves and serve with green chutney.


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Binys Recipes said...

wow pai that sounds the stuffing and the crispy outer layer

chef and her kitchen said...

Its like bread roll wid a bread is coated wid besan I think it must not absorb much oil as bread rolls does..looks yumm...congrats again dear

Radhika said...

congrats pari. Bread rolls looks awesome.

Indian Khana said...

wow this recipe is so interesting ...look syum

Manju said...

Congrats! Great going. The presentation of Mozzarella and Babay Corn fritters was really good. These rolls also look good.

sonu said...

the bread roll looks yummm ..congrats pari,thts such an honour !

Umm Mymoonah said...

This does looks delicious, I'm definitely gonna try it soon during Ramadhan.

Archana said...

First Pari Mozzarella and Babay Corn fritters were amazing, congrats! Keep them coming.

Now this twist in the bread I like a lot, as I generally avoid deep frying and bread frying is not my favourite task, not to mention the stuff guzzles oils like a bottomless pit. Will definitely try this version.

Unknown said...

Very tasty and crunchy Bread Roll..Nice snacks for monsoon evening

Prema said...

Wow loved this recipe and filling is amazing,luks very tempting...

Rekha shoban said...

wow!!perfect rolls!!looks very crispy!!

notyet100 said...

Stuffed bread pakoda looks delicious,perfect for the monsoon

Ramya said...

Looks delicious:-) Love the stuffing!!

Jeyashris Kitchen said...

very delicious and crispy snack.

Sangeetha M said...

wow...looks irresistible...great idea of bread savory...loved this recipe a lot..sure gonna try this weekend...thanx for sharing!!!
congratz for your previous post..really you deserve it!!! keep rocking!!!
Pictures were too good no need to worry..loved it

kitchen queen said...

yummy tempting and inviting recipe.

Sravs said...

Super tasty and so unique recipe !! very interesting !!

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Madhavi said...

Divine bead rolls..and super stuffing!!!

Vardhini said...

Wow .. looks so inviting and tasty.

Event: Fast food not Fat food

Amritha Kalyani said...

Looks so delicious Pari.. Great snack. bookmarking it.

kankana said...

uuu i love this kind of snacks. My 'bua' dad's sister makes something very similar and i eat non stop and later skip my dinner :)

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious looking bread rolls to snack

Mina Joshi said...

Delicious looking snack. Love this recipe.

Avika J Chawla said...

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Lorraine said...

This looks wonderful. Oh my goodness, I really wish I could take a bite now. That is very funny that you took pictures and got the recipe; you were smart to do that and a true food blogger:)

arthi said...

amazing bread rolls..looks delicious..

Suja Manoj said...

Crunchy and delicious..very tempting snack..

Unknown said...

That is one delicious tea time snack :)

Anonymous said...

loved the bread rolls, perfect for monsoon season with a cup of tea /coffee.

Anonymous said...

loved the bread rolls, perfect for monsoon season with a cup of tea /coffee.

Anonymous said...

gOSH.. Your rolls have made me hungry yaar :D Look so yummy..

Zareena said...

This looks so crunchy and crispy. loved this a lot.

Smitha said...

Bread rolls looks super tempting and delicious !!

Nithu said...

Yummy snack. Looks so inviting.

Anonymous said...

A really tempting snack.. Wish I could have some now :)

Unknown said...

Pari that sounds like a crunchy bundle of yumminess!! Looks delicious

Vardhini said...

Rolls look so tempting .. love the pictures.

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Rosita Vargas said...

Amazing bread rolls,look delicious,nice ,nice,hugs.


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