Baked Bread Rolls

I’m a music lover… die-hard bollywood music fan! I love hearing bollywood beats, no matter who’s the singer… starting from suraiya to himesh reshmiya ;) Even mood of the song doesn’t matter… I love listening to gazals, sufi, peppy numbers or even tharki songs ;) Weird I know.. But that’s a true-mark of being a bollywood music fan naa?

And that’s my inspiration of cooking! I don’t need a music system or speakers or anything for that… All what I need is my phone and some music app installed on it :) I just load a few songs in playlist and that’s more than enough for me to spend hours in kitchen! Not only that I love listening to it… I sing along, on a super-loud volume too :P A few songs that I can play, listen and sing in repeat mode…

– Ek pyaar ka nagma hai (Jagjit Singh version)
– O re piyaa (Movie: Aaja Nach le)
– Woh kagaz ki kashti
– Saiyaan (of Kailash Kher)
– Aaoge jab tum (of Jab we met)
– Any by Arijit Sing ;)

And my list is never ending… Although I have listed out all soothing songs, I love songs like ‘Ghaghra’ and ‘O Balma’ to the infinite ;) If you ask me to play antakshari, I can play it non-stop till the time you say… Ohh yes, I have actually played it full night till early morning :P I’ll never run out of songs… I can bet on that! So ho jaaye??? Would love to know your favorite bollywood song till date :)

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And music ke saath food to banta hai… Today’s post is all about tea-time snack that is kids-friendly, quick, healthy and easy at the same time! I’m not a big fan of bread rolls but tried out baked ones and guess what… I actually enjoyed these baked crisp bread rolls :) Read the recipe and see if you really want to have a deep-fried ones again :P

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INGREDIENTS:

8 Bread slices
1 Potato, boiled & mashed
1 cup Assorted Veggies (finely chopped)
I used red bell pepper, broccoli, zucchini, carrots etc.
Salt, to taste
1-2 tbsp Lemon Juice
1-1.5 tsp Chat Masala
1/2 tsp Garam Masala
1 tbsp Olive Oil
Oil Spray

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STEPS TO FOLLOW:

  1. Heat oil in a pan and add mixed veggies into it.
  2. Add salt and spices in the pan and mix everything well.
  3. Let it cool down a bit and add it to mashed potatoes.
  4. Combine it all together and divide the stuffing in 8 equal portions.
  5. Take a bread, trim the edges and roll it thinly using a rolling pin. Repeat the same for all the breads.
  6. Put a portion of stuffing in it and wrap it well.
  7. Slightly roll the sides to seal them.
  8. Spray them with oil and lightly roast on a flat griddle, to get light brown crisp.
  9. Then bake in preheated oven on 180 degrees for around 15-20 mins.Serve it hot with ketchup or green chutney!

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SJ’s NOTE:

  • Alternatively, you can always deep-fry these rolls. It definitely soaks a lot of oil though.
  • You can eliminate adding veggies and make it using potatoes itself.
  • Also, you can try using noodles stuffing too ;)
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