Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Aloo Bread Roll

Aloo Bread Roll



As a dear blog friend mentioned bread rolls are never on the menu, I rarely ever make breadrolls, but was quite inspired when saw the recipe at Rajitha's blog, I knew I had to make it,since I was expecting guests anyways that was a reason enough to try this. Must tell you it came out great, I used wheat bread instead of normal white bread also made this just with Potato/Aloo.
Click here for recipe and instructions
Simple 3 step process

Step1

Make aloo stuffing

Step2
fill the stuffing with bread slice
Step3

Deep fry the stuffed bread rolls
Enjoy with a hot cup of tea.

31 comments:

Apple said...

Lovely snack...looks delicious..

Raaga said...

Yummy... I'm going try baking these... let's see how that turns out.

bindiya said...

these are so good!have been an absolute favorite since childhood.

Padmaja said...

loved your simple and amazing dish sreelu!!!
So meticulously done!!
great!!

Happy cook said...

Wow it looks delicious.
I love fried food

Padma said...

Nice tea time snack Sree, but I am wondering how much oil those breads will be drinking....

Laavanya said...

Sreelu, what a perfect job you've done. They look so neat and lovely.

Rohini's kitchen said...

Wow! looks delicious.

TBC said...

It's so much fun trying stuff from other blogs, isn't it?
Beautiful results & I love these pics. The setting is great. The words on the mug are so sweet & so is the pic on it.
Are those fresh flowers?

Sreelu said...

@apple, Thanks !!

@Raaga, Let me know how the baking stint goes, would love a low-fat version of this recipe

@Bhindiya, thanks and welcome to my blog

@Padmaja, thanks !!

@Happy cook, good food is synonymous to fried food

@Padmaja, Must say it did not soak oil at all,was almost same like bajji's and pakoda

Sreelu said...

@Rohini, thanks and welcome to my blog, I see this is your first time here

@TBC, thanks those flowers are from my backyard and the cup was mothers day present from my kids. I just love the cup and have to have my coffe/tea in it

Asha said...

Sreelu, that snack looks delicious.I can't wait for winter, so I can fry some!:))

Manasi said...

Bread roll and Hot Chai!! super !!

Sirisha Kilambi said...

Sreelu....they look absolutely delicious :-)

Hima said...

Those look delicious sreelu.

TheCooker said...

Such beautiful pictures!
These rolls are a childhood favourite...haven't made them in a long time.
I'd be interested in knowing how Raaga's experiment turns out.

Jyothi said...

lovely snack sreelu. Thanks for sharing.

sra said...

That's one simple dish! Sreelu, meeru roju fresh flowers to decorate chestara, or was it only for the photo - they look beautiful, are they from your garden?

Siri said...

Wow Sreelu.. absolutely yummy recipe.. :D

Suganya said...

How much simpler can it get.. And how beautiful the picture is :)

Rajitha said...

ah sreelu..they look sooo yummy! urs came out better than mine
:( ..and you made my day :)thnks for letting me know

jeena said...

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Jeena xx

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Cynthia said...

This is darn brilliant! Gotta try it!

Rina said...

Nice step to step illustration Sri.The potatoe balls look great. Cool receipe. will try it sometime.

Sharmi said...

I love them. nice pics. don't they absorb lot of oil?

Madhu said...

Potatoes, bread and deep frying always mouthwatering. Nice presentation.

Shankari said...

sigh..just when I try to diet ;)

Sreelu said...

@Asha, spicy bread roll ,cold winter,hot chai and a good book boy what a combo !!


@Manasi, Sirisha & Hima thanks girls

@TC, Me too would love to see a baked version of these

@Jyothi , Thanks !!

Sreelu said...

@Sra, a puvvulu ma inti ve, naku fresh flowers ante chala istam 90% of time inti lo,work lo fresh flower untai/ unchutanu.

@Siri ,Thanks !!

@Rajitha, girl you are the inspiration !!

@Jeena , thanks for stopping by

Sreelu said...

@Cynthia, yes they are darn good indeed

@Rina, give it a try

@Sharmi, they did not soak oil,it was exactly like bajji's and pakoda

@Madhu, Thanks !!

@Shankari, darn dieting and good food don't go together !!

Nirmala said...

I'm glad to see that I'm not the only that uses premade mixes to help cut down on the time. Your food, as usual, is delicious.

 
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