Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Crispy Bread Rolls !

I love Snow! Ever since I moved to TX after my wedding (which is more than a year now); I haven't seen any snow. I often tell my husband that I miss all the snow. (Although, I don't miss shoveling it down my car and driveway..LOL). Today it was very cold here and for the first time it snowed in Austin ..Yippeee! I love it!!
It wasn't as much as we get in East Coast; but it was enough to make me happy :)

Texas doesn't have any means to clear the slippery roads, highways etc hence even the little snow or ice creates panic for people here. My Husband's office issued notice and advised people to maintain care or work from home. As hubby dear was home, made these deep fried Potato filled Bread Rolls with Tea and enjoyed the weather.

These are quick to make and taste awesome! (Click here for Printable Recipe)

Ingredients:
 5 White Bread Slices
 2 Potatoes boiled and mashed
 1/2 Onion- finely chopped
 2 Green Chillies- Chopped
 1 Tbsp- Chopped Coriander leaves
 1 Tsp- Mango Powder
 1/2 Tsp- Garam Masala
 Salt and Red Chilli Powder- To taste
 Oil- For frying

Method
1. In the bowl of mashed potatoes, add chopped green chillies,onions, chopped coriander leaves and mix.
2. Add in all the spices (masala) and mix nicely. Taste for seasoning and adjust according to your taste.
3. To make the bread soft, dip each slice of bread in water and take out quickly and carefully.
4. Gently squeeze the bread between your palms and squeeze out water.
5. Take a heap of potato mixture in the center of each slice and roll it from the sides to cover the mixture. You can either make oblong rolls or bring all the four corners to the center and cover the mixture, like I did.

6. Let the rolls sit out on the counter for about 10 minutes. Meanwhile you can start heating up your oil for frying at medium low flame.
7. Once the oil is ready, deep fry the rolls until browned from both sides and look crispy.
8. Bread Rolls are ready! SERVE Hot with Green Chutney or Tomato Ketchup and Hot TEA!



20 comments:

shahana said...

Looks really crispy and delicious!!!

Fathima said...

sounds like a great idea...love the golden brown color...

Biren said...

Looks delicious! Something my boys will enjoy.

Uma said...

yummy!

notyet100 said...

lovely click,..

MaryMoh said...

These look gorgeous and delicious. Great for parties.

sowmya's creative saga said...

so crispy and delicious..

Jayashree said...

Looks like just the right thing for a cold evening.

Priya said...

Crispy rolls looks marvellous..

Sumi said...

wow, bread rolls looks very crispy and delicious.I also made these over the weekend.but rolled them over the bread crumbs once

Happy Cook said...

Wow tha tjust looks so temptinly super delicous.

denise @ quickies on the dinner table said...

YUM! Looks wonderful and sounds so easy.

Rachana Kothari said...

crispy n crunchy rolls look simply wow!!!

Pavithra said...

WOw wow wow..looks soooooooooooooooo cute with golden brown and I now I am drooling to have.

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

The bread rolls are looking great... Love they way you have made them... they look so crispy and tempting... The mocktail is so refreshing...

My first visit here, shall come by for more...

drop by @ http://memoryarchieved.blogspot.com when time permits!!!

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

bread rools look so crisp and tempting:)

Vaishali Sharma said...

Thank you everyone for your lovely comments. This matters to me a lot!

Sashi said...

Wow .. looks so crispy and tempting ..

Shri said...

I love, love this idea, Vaishali:)s

Sneha said...

Wow!! These look truly mouth-watering!! Thanx so much for sharing the recipe!! :0D

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