Bread Rolls Recipe:
Cheesy bread rolls with potato is a filling and healthy snack for your fussy toddler who refuses to eat veggies. This was our snack last evening as all of us were craving some hot and sizzling munch on for a drizzling climate. I just gave a quick try with all ingredients which were readily available at home then. You can make any number of variations in this recipe. This is an excellent finger food for babies above 8 months. When you make it for babies below one year, avoid salt and use homemade cheese.
Bread Rolls Recipe
- Bread slices-10
- Onion-1 cup(chopped)
- Cheese grated-1/2 cup
- Chilly powder-As per taste
- Corn flour-2 tbsp
- Ginger garlic paste-1 tsp
- Salt-To taste
- Oil-To deep fry
- Ghee-1 tbsp
Bread Rolls Recipe:
1.Chop potatoes and pressure cook till they turn soft.
2. Mash potatoes, chop onions, grate cheese and them aside.
3. Cut the corners of the bread slices and make them ready.
4.In a pan,add ghee and add ginger garlic paste.
5.When the smell vanishes add onion and cook till they turn soft.
6.Add chilly powder and salt and mix well.
7.Cool this and mix with mashed potato & grated cheese.
8.Mix corn flour with water and make a thin paste.
9.Grease the bread slice with corn flour paste .
10.Place small balls of stuffing on the slices and roll it well.
11.Use corn flour paste to seal the rolls.
12.Deep fry it oil in medium flame.
13.Serve Bread Rolls hot with sauce or chutney.
The rolling of bread with stuffing really needs more practice.
Don’t add more corn flour paste because this makes the rolls hard after frying.
You can also alternatively dip the bread slices in water and then roll and use corn flour only to stuff .
Make the rolls tight by rolling between two palms or else the stuffing might leak out while frying.
You can use any set of veggies for the stuffing.
Prefer home made cheese for kids.
Avoid salt and reduce the spice level for babies less than one year.
Use whole wheat bread.
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