Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Bread roll chaat

Call it Bread roll chaat, or Sandwich rolls, or bread rolls! What ever you call it all means the same, and I like it with this name! We always crave for some chaats. Any kinda chaats, it is great to have as a winter day snack. Sundar, comes home looking for some snack always! But some days are so busy with both my kids, that I hardly prepare my dinner. And time runs out thinking what to prepare?

So, I suddenly remembered that its the fortnight event tom! So, I at once went to Rinku's blog and was looking at the menu card and my pantry. I found hard to match them up. And finally came the roasted Sandwich rolls.

You need:
Bread - 8 slices
Potatoes, boiled and mashed - 2 big
Onion - 1 finely chopped
garlic paste - 1/2 tsp (or ginger garlic paste)
red chilli powder - 1/2 to 1 tsp
Cumin powder and coriander powder - 1 tsp
green chillies - 2 finely chopped
chat masala to garnish
Coriander leaves to garnish
salt as required

In a pan, heat oil. Add onions and saute till translucent. Add the garlic paste and saute for a while. Then add green chillies, and the dry powders. Saute for a while. Once done, add the mashed potatoes. Saute everything together and mix well with salt. Divide this to 8 portions and set aside.
Lets prepare the breads now.

Take a bread and chop away the sides. sprinkle very little water and using the rolling pin, flatten the bread nicely. Then keep one part of the filling and roll over the filling. If the ends do not stick well, sprinkle very little to the end and press gently.

Do this for all the breads.

Heat oil in a pan, a little more oil than you use for sauteing. Then place one or two rolls and fry them. Roll over the sides and fry them on all sides. Your rolls are ready to eat.
Garnish with some chopped coriander leaves. Also sprinkle some chaat powder on the top of the rolls, before you serve.

I was waiting for him to come to have the snack together. But you know, slowly the rolls started disappearing, then kept them inside :) I'm sure you would feel the same!
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For all bakers, who would like to try this baking:
Follow the below procedure:
1. Preheat oven for 10 minutes at 200 degree C.
2. Brush some oil in a baking tray and place the rolls in it.
3. Brush little oil on the rolls too.
4. Bake for 15 minutes in the oven or till the rolls turn golden brown.


  1. Yummy rolls vidhya.I think i ll try baking them instead of shallow frying

  2. Yummy and delicious rolls and I do make the same way.

  3. good one-liked the baking part of it

  4. Nice one Vidhya, and great knowing you thru Blog Hop.. Am your happy follower now. Do drop by when time permits ! Loved the name of your blog :-)

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  5. These look great!


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