Hope you are enjoying this series as much as I do, please be a part of the voting poll on the sidebar. Its a short break now...No no! I am not taking a break, only this series is taking a short break, will resume this series by next weekend with the remaining teatime drink and a dinner idea. It is sure better than the deep fry way.
Seal it completely on all sides.As I used wheat bread it was a bit difficult to roll it as it was very small too. Try to use sandwich sized breads so that rolling is easier, mine was normal bread.
Apply ghee evenly on all sides. Meanwhile preheat oven at 200 deg C for 10mins and bake it at 200 deg C for 15-20mins or till the rolls turn golden brown. Check inbetween and turn over if required. Serve it with tomato ketchup the best combination.
- The timing differs from oven to oven so check exactly after 15mins then proceed with remaining 5mins.
- If you feel uneven cooking, you can turn over in between like what I did.
- If you want you can add more ghee or butter as per liking.
- The stuffing can be of your choice, you can use mushroom, paneer, corn etc.