In our home both hubby and I like to have Snacks with tea. Though I like deep fried snacks, the calories in them causes some worry! Had half loaf of bread, so thought of trying something with that. I generally bake bread whenever I use them in vegetable biryani, bread upma and other dishes. This time I wanted to keep some stuffing and bake it. Crispy snack is ready, with minimal oil.
Baked Bread Rolls
Preparation time: 5 Minutes | Cooking time: 30 Minutes | Makes : 6 pieces
Bread – 6 slices (I used multi grain wheat bread, but wheat and white bread can also be used)
Oil/Cooking spray – I used PAM olive oil spray to grease and little oil to brush
Potato – 2, medium sized
Peas – 2 tbsp
Turmeric powder – a pinch
Fennel(Sombu) powder – a pinch
Ginger garlic paste – 1/2 tsp
Red chilli powder – 1/8 tsp
Garam masala powder – 1/4 tsp
Oil – 1 tsp
Salt – as needed
- Cut the potato into half and boil the potatoes (I microwaved them for 7 minutes). Peel the skin and mash them (You can use a fork to mash)
- Add 1 tsp of oil to a pan. Add ginger garlic paste and sauté for 30 seconds. Add onions and saute till onions are cooked. Add garam masala, red chilli powder, fennel seed powder, turmeric powder and allow it to cook for a minute. Add mashed potato and peas, and cook covered for 2-3 mins. Switch off and keep the stuffing aside
- Preheat the oven to 400 degree Fahrenheit
- Trim the edges of the bread and roll them as thin as you can with a chapathi roller. Add approx 1 tbsp of stuffing in the middle, and seal the edges with little water
- Take a baking tray and put parchment paper on top. Use some cooking spray on the paper, and brush little oil on both sides of bread rolls. Bake for 8-10 mins. Turn over and cook for another 8-10 minutes, till the rolls turn golden brown. Serve it with ketchup/ranch
- The timing differs from oven to oven, so keep an eye after 8 minutes
- You can add ghee to make them rich
- Any vegetable of your choice can be added in the stuffing
- Can grill them instead of baking
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Misses 6 & 8 would LOVE these! Thanks for posting 🙂
Glad you liked it:-)
I tried these for my son’s breakfast. He loved them. Very easy to make & easy to carry along. Liked the idea of baking the rolls. Thanks!
That’s Awesome, Happy to know that your son liked them:) thanks for trying Shilpa:)
Love that these are baked, they look and sound delicious!
Looks amazing.. Its been a while I had bread rolls.. Its a good thing that its baked and not fried.. I love fried too 😉
Thanks Arpita:) ya I love fried version too but baked is equally crispy:)
Your recipes leave me starving always!! So delicious!!
Thanks for such a lovely comment Ami:)
Hmm! Looks interesting. I have added them to my experiment list to try a gluten free version. Thanks!
Glad that you liked it:) Gluten free version sounds interesting pls let me when you try it, I am eagerly waiting to learn from you
What fun snacks!
Yes Joanne, easy, healthy and tasty
Such a simple and lovely dish! Would love some for evening snack!
thats so healthyyy..
healthy n easy one
I made a version of your baked bread rolls with a small amount of roasted chicken added in. Everyone loved them.
I made a version of your baked bread rolls with a small amount of roasted chicken added to the mixture. Everyone loved them.
Happy to hear Gina:) thanks for trying them
Love that :). I had made similar ones with peas and potato few months ago!
Thanks Sonal:) I don’t know how I missed your post.. Will see now. I am sure your version would have been delicious
Love the idea of baking it, more crunch without guilt.
Ya true Lindy:) thanku
Looks interesting idea…… Tempting stuffing!!
Love the traditional fried bread rolls…baking them instead is such a great idea!! Thanks for sharing.
Ya I do like fried rolls, thanks for the lovely comment:) baked version was crispy too , try them I sure you will like it
That’s a super idea, to bake bread with stuffing. But my hubby is one who doesn’t like bread at all. I guess I should come over to your place and have this 😛
You are always welcome dear:)
This looks great!! ~Hannah
I love this.. a good friend of mines shared this with me once. It was fantastic.
Thanks Nate:) Happy to know that your friend also prepares bread rolls:)
Hey, this sounds interesting looks yummy. 🙂
soon will try it.
Do try and Deepa let me know how it turned:)
What a wonderful idea, quick and delicious. A great snack or meal for that matter Love it!
Thanks Suzanne:) ya it was perfect tea time snack and like your idea of having them for lunch.
Wow Vidya…yum…years back I had eaten them in some tiffin at school…shall making one day for our evening snacks…thanks for the recipe..:-)
Thanks Natasha:) ya try them sometime
most of the week ends our breakfast would be bread….wil try your version this weekend vidya…..looks yum…
Same here Chitra:) bread is a quick and easy breakfast. Waiting to hear from you
Sure vidya. …☺
Those look delish! Homemade bread is the best. 🙂
Thanks June:) totally agree
very interesting and kids special recipe….
Thanks Kurinji:) yes kids wil enjoy them
Sounds great! I must give a try! Thanks for a tasty n easy recipe 🙂 TC! keep smiling 🙂
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Thanks Sindhu:) easy snack do try I am sure you will like them
What a great idea, Vidya.
what a cool idea! Thanks for the inspire 😀
This does sound interesting. I’ve never heard of anything such as this. I’m not too familiar with Indian food and can’t get a lot of the ingredients in the rural area that I live. But I do have an Indian Food board on Pinterest, and I will share this there. Thanks so much!
Happy to know that you liked them:) thanks Jeanne:)
I love your creativity! I’m inspired to try my hand at this.
Thanks Gina:) waiting to hear from you, do try and let me know
I’ll be sure to share the fun.
I love that you stuffed them Vidya!!
Thanks Lori:) hope your are doing good dear.. Its been sometime since you posted
I know…things have been super busy around here, so haven’t been on the blog much. In the process of trying to post a recipe now. 🙂
Good to hear all is well at your end. Tc.. Waiting for your next post
Thanks friend! 🙂 Thanks for noticing I was missing 🙂
I am almost finished with the recipe…though it does have meat in it 🙂
I will wait for the post and see whether I can replace veggies and recreate it
🙂 I think you can! 🙂
I have it up now 🙂
Will check now:)