Bread rolls with potato filling


Bread rolls with potato filling are a very popular snack of north India. Soaked bread slices are filled with spicy potato filling and then deep fried in oil. Potato filling is same as that in samosas and you can add more vegetables like carrot, peas, capsicum according to your taste. These are really easy to make and can be prepared in advance for deep frying later. I made rolls 1 hour in advance kept them covered and deep fried them later.

It’s a perfect appetizer for serving your guests with tea. You can pack it as a picnic snack also. My kids love to take these in their lunch boxes with ketchup. When I was in school one day teachers decided to have a picnic in school and asked the kids to get some snacks from their home. I took these bread rolls and they disappeared so fast that even I did not get a chance to eat them.

How to make Bread rolls with potato filling

Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 20-30 minutes
makes 10 Bread rolls

Ingredients:

10 bread slices
4 medium sized boiled potatoes
1 tsp minced green chillies
1 tsp grated gingers
2 tbsp oil
½ tsp fennel seeds
½ tsp red chilli powder
½ tsp garam masala
½ tsp amchoor( raw mango powder) or chaat masala
salt to taste
½ cup chopped nuts( cashewnut, raisins)
coriander leaves to garnish

For frying

Oil for deep frying

To make the filling
Chop the boiled potatoes. Heat the oil. Add fennel seeds. When they start to crackle add green chillies and ginger. Now add potatoes, nuts and all the spices. Let it cook for 2 minutes. Switch off the heat and add fresh coriander leaves. Cool the mixture before filling in the bread rolls.

To make Bread Rolls

        

        

       

Soak the bread slices in a bowl for 30 seconds. Squeeze out extra water by pressing slice in your palms. Put a spoon of potato mixture on the slice. Gently shape into a roll with your hands. Heat oil and deep fry the rolls on medium flame till golden brown.

Serve hot with sauce or mint chutney.

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13 Responses to Bread rolls with potato filling

  1. Sunil says:

    very easy ! simple

  2. Mo says:

    Hi nidhi

    This recipe looks amazing. Can these be baked in the oven instead of deep fried? Thanks

    • Nidhi says:

      HI Mo. Sorry I have never tried this recipe baked but I think it would taste good. Now you have given me an interesting idea. I would try it baked next time. if you try it baked please send me photos and let me know how it turns out. i will update that in the post :-)

  3. Ayesha says:

    Hi Nidhi…. I was looking for some snack menu for my toddler to take to school. Thank you for sharing such wonderful, easy to make recipes… Hope to see some more such recipes…
    Regards… Ayesha

    • Nidhi says:

      Thanks Ayesha. I try to post recipes which are easy to make as we mothers are quite busy taking care of our kids :-)

  4. Rushi says:

    Hi nidhi..
    My kid have just started going to school. I luckily got your site while searching and surfing :) I loved it. If possible please add videos also.
    You have soaked bread to make it roll wont the soaked bread drink more oil while you fry because of water??
    Please keep sharing :)
    It helps a lot for new moms like me ;)

    • Nidhi says:

      Hi Rushi. Thanks for your encouraging words. you have made my day:-)
      we have to soak bread to give it desired shape. After soaking bread we press it between our palms to remove excess water. Without this step we will not b able to give it round shape. As we remove excess water it does not soak much oil while frying. I hope I have cleared your doubt if not please feel free to ask me.

  5. Gunjan says:

    For filling you can use boiled carrots, corn or peas with potatoes. can also add grated cheddar cheese.

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  7. rupali says:

    thanks for the recpe along with the pics showing rolling of the bread.

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