Easy bread rolls for potluck parties and get togethers

I wanted to make bread rolls since a very long time , but always thought it involved lot of work and so was very lazy to try them. I was scared of the edges not getting sealed properly and the stuffing falling out and creating a big mess. But I gave it a try and this was the result.


     This can be easily made for potlucks and get togethers. You can just prepare the bread and stuff them, keep them refrigerated and fry it when you want.

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Easy bread rolls for potluck parties and get togethers Yum
Course breakfast
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Course breakfast
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Heat oil in a pan. Add the ginger garlic paste and then the onions. Saute till the onion turns translucent. Add turmeric powder,chilly powder,coriander powder,garam masala,salt and then mix the mashed potato.(I also added some frozen vegetables containing pieces of carrot, green peas and corn).
  2. Dip the bread slices in water.Squeeze out the water by pressing them between your palm. Keep the potato stuffing on one end and roll the slice and seal the edges. Repeat the process for all the slices. Deep fry the rolls till they get golden brown in colour.
  3. Serve with tomato ketchup.
Recipe Notes

I am sending this to Sia's Ode to potato.

Bread rolls are indeed easy and I can make it anytime!!!

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21 Comments

  1. That looks wonderful Sowmya, easy and tasty too. Great entry!:)

     
  2. Looks just so yummy !

     
  3. It really looks easy and yummy,Sowmya! Nice entry to the event.

     
  4. Vanamala Hebbar

    Hi sowmya

    Nice snack!!! really delicious

     
  5. Looks delicious

     
  6. Very crispy snack. Looks great for the event

     
  7. Oh, my aunt used to make these. I loved them so much as a kid. Havent eaten them in ages..
    Great entry

     
  8. nice blog you have here…that looks yummy!

     
  9. thats one delicious snack, which is welcome anytime of the day.

     
  10. Mala Muley

    Hahaha…….
    sowmya that’s good for having this blog…and ur this recipe is superb…….after all u have asked to fry….GOOD

     
  11. Mala Muley

    HI,
    the potato nest is also too good…….
    try to use metal sieve(what we use to tea).
    first grate potatoes and immediatly add some lemon juice and salt and put it in sieve and hole the channi in oil just while frying give it a shape of nest, don’t put must pressure on grated potato while frying and just see what happenes…….let me know.
    Love u,
    Mala

     
  12. Sowmya Madhavan

    @asha- thanks asha,they were tasty..easy
    @pooja,uma,vanamala,happy cook-thanks dears
    @cham-yes even i love the crispyness.
    @meera- you can do them..they are
    very easy.
    @srivalli- tahnks for visiting the blog..do keep coming.
    @jayasree- indeed i realize that now..its easy to make..

     
  13. Sowmya Madhavan

    @mala- Am glad you visited the blog and liked the contents.
    Thanks for your info on potato nest. I used the tea filter with grated potatoes..but no lime juice and salt..will try this now..will let you know about it.

     
  14. Mala Muley

    ya i will be waiting for ur result.
    Thanks for remembering me I too use to write blog and now after a long time I will also update my blog, do visit it when u get time.
    http://malamuley-thebible.blogspot.com/
    take care

     
  15. Hi Sowmya,
    my first time here! My roots are in Tirunelveli too – and love the traditional food with quite some coconut 🙂
    Cya around and those bread rolls look perfect for a tea time snack!

     
  16. Looks very crisp and delicious

     
  17. sowmya, thank you dear for sending me this delicious treats 🙂

     
  18. HI Sowmya,
    All this things are soooooooooooo Nice, i am feeling hungry now.

    Vaishali Naik

     
  19. Hi Sowmya,

    It’s all lovely, feeling hungry.

    Good Job.

    Vaishali

     
  20. Sowmya Madhavan

    @mala- will visit your blog soon..
    @nandita- good to know that we belong to a common native.
    @easycrafts- Thanks,it was indeed crispy..
    @sia- thanks to you for the event..it was fun..
    @vaishali- Thanks..keep coming..

     
  21. its sri from srishkitchen.blogspot.com. yummy bread rolls… i love it… find time to have alook at my blog and comment it

     

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