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Thursday, August 23, 2007

Baked bread Jalapenos rolls

Fried food.... its such a big sinster....hmmmm.....I love fried food.....but lately due to my increasing waistline....So I have reduced our family intake of oil. Hence lately it has been a complete cut on all the delicious deep fried snacks...hmmmm....
The other day somehow i got into the mood of making bread rolls.....and so on came with this recipe that doesnt consume much oil... or can say no oil at all... yet gives me the taste of the perfect jalapenos bread rolls. So enjoy the recipe and give me ur feed back..:)

Here goes the recipe. For making this scrumptous looking bread rolls....

You will need :

bread - 8 slices
Potatoes - 5 medium
Jalapenos - 8
Black Pepper Powder - 2 tsp
Red chilli powder - 2 tsp
Salt to taste
Chaat masala - 1 tsp
Coriander leaves chopped
Lemon juice : 5 tsp
Oil - 4tsp

Method :

Boil the potatoes and mash them well and put in the black pepper powder, salt, lemon juice, red chilli powder , and chaat masala.Mix it well and keep aside.

Cut the jalapenos lengthwise and remove all the seeds.You may put some seeds in the potato mixture too, if u wish. Now fill the jalapenos with some of the potato mixture and keep them aside.

Take the bread slice, dip it in salt water and squeeze the water. keep the wet bread slice on ur palm and spread some potato mixture on it.... Now place the stuffed jalapenos. roll the bread around the jalapenos in to a ball. Press it hard. apply some oil to ur hand and press again while shaping the balls. Once all the rolls are made. Place them on a baking tray and bake them at 375 F for 30 - 45 mins. Make sure to turn the rolls once in a while....for even cooking. Cook till the crust of the rolls become golden brown in colour.

Enjoy this great evening snack with Tomato Ketchup and a hot cup of tea.


Sharmi said...

I am very lazy at frying stuff but love having them. these rolls are very creative and delicious looking.

SHUBHA said...

thanx a lot sharmi

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

wonderful one...

shailaja said...

lovely snack...