Saturday, October 22, 2016
Gateway to Sikhism
Bread Rolls


Large slice white sandwich bread -1
Mashed potatoes - 500 gm
Fresh green peas - 100 gm
Chopped onion - 50 gm
Green chili -1
Fresh cheese - 100 gm
Tomato paste - 10 gm
Salt - 10 gm
Cumin seeds - 5 gm
Red Paprika - 5 gm
Black pepper - 2 gm
Fresh coriander leaves
Vegetable oil for deep frying


Take the bread slice and chop all the four edges with a sharp knife.

In a bowl mix all the ingredients. Just wet the one bread slice with water and put a spoonful of filling into the center of bread slice, fold the bread in the shape of a roll.

Deep-fry these rolls until they get golden and crisp. Serve warm with a spicy chutney or tomato sauce.
Serves: 9
Preparation time: 45 minutes will strive to be most comprehensive directory of Historical Gurudwaras and Non Historical Gurudwaras around the world.

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