Friday, August 26, 2011

Baked Bread Rolls - Healthy teatime snack | Healthy Diet Plan #4

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.


Baked Bread Rolls Recipe

Baked Bread Rolls Recipe
Ingredients:
  • Wheat Bread - 5 slices
  • Ghee / Oil - 2 tsp
For the stuffing:
  • Onion - 1 finely chopped
  • Potato - 1 medium sized
  • Carrot - 1
  • Peas - a handful
  • Turmeric powder - a pinch
  • Fennel(Sombu) powder - a pinch (optional)
  • Ginger garlic paste - 1 tsp
  • Red chilli powder - 1/2 tsp
  • Garam masala powder - 1/4 tsp
  • Coriander leaves - 1 tbsp chopped finely
  • Oil - 1 tsp
  • Salt - as required


Baked Bread Rolls Recipe
Method :
For the stuffing :
  1. Cube the veggies and pressure cook them with water and turmeric powder until soft. Keep aside. Mash the potatoes well and combine it with other veggies.
  2. Heat oil in a pan, add sombu powder, ginger garlic paste, saute for 2mins. Then add chopped onions saute until slightly browned. Then add the veggies, chilli powder and garam masala powder, required salt and give a stir.Sprinkle little water just for the masalas to combine well with the veggies.
  3. Cook covered for 5mins, giving it a stir inbetween.Switch off and garnish with coriander leaves.Now the stuffing is ready.
Baked Bread Rolls Stuffing Recipe
For the bread rolls:
First cut the sides of the bread for the 5 slices. Then roll slightly using a chapathi roller, cover it with a wet muslin cloth and keep aside for 5-10mins.Then add the stuffing inbetween, add water at the edges and seal it.

Baked Bread Rolls Step1
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.

Baked Bread Rolls Step2Apply 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.
Baked Bread Rolls Step3
My Notes:
  • 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.
Baked Bread Rolls Recipe
Written by: SHARMILEE J

62 comments:

  1. Very brilliant idea. :) Can be a great substitute for veggie puffs.

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  2. Baked n bread is a good thing instead of using the puff pastry sheet..Will hv to try this..

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  3. wow..wonderful healthy bread rolls indeed... lovely pictures.

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  4. Wow looks very cute and more special by baking breads.Its amazing...

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  5. Wow Ithis is called love at first sight sharmi!!
    Ur recipe is very healthy since u have used a wheat bread
    but once I have tried rolling a bread slice, it did nt roll out properly.
    What type of bread shall I use?
    what is this somb powder ?
    why should we put a wet cloth on the rolled out bread slice ?
    but am sure am gonna try this out soon very soon
    Thanks for the recipe

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  6. YUM!! this is a perfect healthy breakfast...

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  7. @Mitha : Sombu is fennel or saunf powder. You can use sandwich bread which works best. Resting it in wet cloth is just for the bread to absorb the moisture and does not let it dry. Hope this helps!

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  8. Yummy Sharmilee .. lovely presentation as always .. The ramekin looks nice :) .. hunting for colored ones in US. I am from Chennai too.

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  9. Baking is a nice alternative to the usual deep fried bread rolls. Loved the photography as usual :)

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  10. Wow!! Very healthy and perfect recipe. I will definately try this...

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  11. that is such a great idea sharmilee

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  12. Loved it,interesting masala stuff inside :)

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  13. healthy roll...this version is perfect than deep frying....nicely presentation n lovely click!

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  14. Perfect tea time snack. Literally drooling over it :) Yummm Yummmm

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  15. similar to my bread peneer rolls except that i cook that on the tava. such an easy and good looking snack to put together!

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  16. Nice innovative recipe Sharmi... Yummy, healthy and crunchy snack instead of puffs.

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  17. Wat a guilt free snacks, simply irresistible..

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  18. very nicely done rolls...u know I also bake the things in oven wid a foil down...:)

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  19. Sharmilee...healthy rolls and beautiful pics as usual. I always drool over your posts.. It always a good thing to avoid deep frying

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  20. @Prathiba : I use alumium foil/butter paper to reduce the cleaning work :)

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  21. Interesting Sharmilee... looks very delicious.

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  22. Really love it a lot.Too healthy,tempting and mouthwatering.Will surely try it out.But it possi to do on a stove top method.If its possi next time incase if u do on stove top can u update the pics coz i really love this and want to give a try.

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  24. @sudha : This can very well be tried in stovetop too...Make the veg stuffing as mentioned inth e above recipe and just toast the bread rolls in little oil/ghee as we do for bread toast..Hope this helps!

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  25. ooh ! lovely post !! and gorgeous pics .. I liked the baked version a lot.. almost like low fat veg puffs !

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  26. interesting recipe...yummy and healthy...cant wait to try it

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  27. Bread roll looks perfect, crispy and yummy. Very ice and healthy breakfast.

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  28. Yum yum..bread rolls look delicious & healthier than its deep fried version (which drinks a lot of oil!) Thanks for posting!

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  29. That makes a perfect snack!! I loved the baked version!! yummy

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  30. Thats a wonderful idea dear.

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  31. Healthy snack dear,delicious stuffing too

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  32. Looks super super delicious i will double as they are healthy :-)

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  33. delicious rolls and perfect snack they would be...YUMM

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  34. Delicious bread rolls yummy snack.

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  35. no words to say dear, it's just yummy and healthy..!!

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  36. very healthy n yummy rools..i too tried this with soya granules stuffing..but u made it perfect n looks super good ...voted!!!

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  37. Very creative. I am sure going to follow this. Bookmared.

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  38. Ohh I like your suggestion about putting corn in it!

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  39. absolutely love this healthy snack idea! btw i love this style of pics!

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  40. Nice recipe. A great substitute for those unhealthy veg puffs

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  41. Wow!!!! delicious recipe, super idea too....

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  42. I have posted this too..And make often..love the whole post sharmi.

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  43. Thanks for sharing. That bread rolls will surely be a surefire hit.

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  44. I am hungry for those right now! well done, Sharmilee - lovely post and good reminder for school snack - cheers priya

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  45. Great idea........very good subsitute for the deep fried ones. Love it.
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  46. Woww.. mouth watering rolls.. looks awesome :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  47. These bread rolls looks so crispy and yummy.. bookmarked it right away :)

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  48. Sharmi,
    Made these today as I had some left over masala from breakfast masala dosa and also some egg burji(scrambled eggs with spinach).Used them as filling and made it.Came out well.Instead of ghee,I sprayed some veg oil before baking
    Thanks
    Sonia

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  49. Top notch Sharmi,adding tis to my son's bday party list menu...but if i make these like 3 hrs earlier to the party,wont they bcome soggy??Pls suggest me which one i shld go for bread cup pizza/bread roll??

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  50. @Geethu : Bread cup pizza will be ok I guess when considered to make it in advance....

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  51. when i started to fold my bread started to crumble.
    shall i dip in water compeletely & squeeze it out & roll it out & then bake
    will it work out?

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    1. Yes just dip it once to immerse the bread fully but take it at once and squeeze it.

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  52. i added oil on bread & kept it but i did not get even browning color like you

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  53. hey really thanks for sharing it.I am one of the fan of bread role as it is an best diet food and we can make easily as well as it saves the time also.My 4 years child also like veg bread roles.
    healthy snacks recipes for kids

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  54. Sharmilee, you are awesome! Your recipes are simple, yet delectable. I must thank you, following this blog has made me a content mom - with regard to my food preparation for my 2 kids - both at home and for lunch box. Thanks a lot!

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