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Mar 2, 2017

Bread Roll Recipe | Bread Potato Rolls | Bread Rolls Stuffed With Potato - Easy After School Snack For Kids

Bread Roll Recipe
Bread Roll | Bread Potato Roll is an easy and delicious kids friendly snack recipe. Any snack with potato are my kids' favorite and if it is with bread then its a double treat for them. Few days back made this bread roll for my kids after school snack and they enjoyed it. I had a mind set that anything deep fried with bread slices will be oily and greasy and I often bake the bread roll and I have already shared Baked Soya Bread Roll Recipe Here. But after trying this roll I came to know that my thought wasn't true, thanks to my friend Shweta for suggesting this recipe. I had some left over aloo/potato masala and few bread slices in hand, then remembered about her fried version of bread roll and tried immediately. To be on safer side I just rest the shaped bread rolls in paper towel for 5 minutes so that the excess moisture will be absorbed by the paper towel. The fried bread rolls were so crispy and delicious and they are not oily/greasy and also didn't consume much oil. So once in a while you can serve kids the deep fried bread roll with their desired vegetable or meat filling.

Bread Potato Roll

Bread Roll Recipe
Bread Potato Roll Recipe
Prep Time : 10 Minutes | Cook Time : 10 Minutes
Recipe Category : Snack | Recipe Cuisine : Indian
Makes  4 Rolls
  1. Potato Masala    1/2 cup
  2. Bread Slices   4 no.
  3. Water  1/2 cup
  4. Oil    to deep fry
  5. Green Chutney & Tomato Ketchup  for Serving
For Potato Masala
  1. Boiled Potato  2 no.(mashed)
  2. Onion  1 medium(finely chopped)
  3. Cilantro   1/4 cup (Finely chopped)
  4. Turmeric Powder   1/4 tsp
  5. Chilli Powder    1/2 tsp
  6. Dhaniya Powder/Coriander Powder    1/2 tsp
  7. Garam Masala Powder   1/2 tsp
  8. Amchur Powder   1/4 tsp
  9. Salt   to taste
  10. Oil    1 tbsp
  11. Cumin seeds/Jeera   1/4 tsp
  12. Hing   a pinch
First Prepare Potato Masala and keep ready Or you can use left over potato masala or aloo sabzi.
For Potato masala, heat oil in a pan when it is hot add jeera allow to splutter and then add onion, hing few curry leaves and saute until the onion turns soft and translucent.
After that add chilli powder, turmeric powder, dhaniya powder, garam masala and stir fry well.
Now add the mashed potato, enough salt, cilantro and mix everything well and saute for a minute.
And cook it covered for a minute and lastly add some amchur powder and mix well, thats it aloo masala ready, allow to cool for a while and Just take 2-3 spoons of filling and shape it to oblong roll and keep ready.
How To Male Bread Roll(Stuffed With Potato)
Then take bread slices and trim the edges, and keep 1/2 cup water in a wide bowl.
Now dip the trimmed bread slice in the water gently and press it between the palms to squeeze the excess water.
And place the bread slice on a flat surface and keep the shaped aloo filling on one side of the slice and roll it tightly and press the edges to seal it.
Then keep it in a paper towel, repeat the same process for other bread slices and let it rest in a paper towel for 5 minutes, you can also wrap the roll in a paper towel to remove excess moisture.
After 5 minutes, heat oil in a kadai to deep fry once the oil is hot fry each roll individually (based on the kadai size and oil quantity you use) till golden brown on both sides.
Once done remove the fried bread roll using a spatula and put it in paper towel.
Fry the remaining bread roll and serve the potato bread roll hot with green chutney and tomato ketchup.
Shaping the stuffing to oblong helps to roll the bread easily without any mess.
Oil should be hot enough but at the same time not to smoking hot. If you drop a small piece of bread in hot oil it should come up right away, then it is the right temperature to deep fry bread roll. Keep turning the sides often so that it get even golden brown on both sides.
You can use any desired filling for bread roll.
Bread Roll Recipe

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