Sunday, 8 April 2018

Creamy Bread Roll

Creamy Bread Roll  

Bread rolls are one of the most popular snacks in North India. I know it is deep fried but we have been relishing it since our childhood.

This variant on account of its filling. Traditionally these are prepared with potato filling. In this version  I filled it with veggies and hung curd. So outside you are having very crispy and crunchy whereas inside it is creamy and gooey. In Delhi NCR it is known as "Dahi ke Sholay".

You can enjoy these in big restaurants as starters. Now you can prepare them at home and impress your guests and family members. You can prepare tools, keep in fridge and fry it when you want to, serve it hot .

So get ready to let others appreciate the chef in you.






Preparation time : 20 Min

Cooking Time : 20 Min

Ingredients : 



  • Bread slice 8
  • Hung Curd 1/2 cup
  • Onion chopped 2 table spoon
  • Red bell pepper 2 tablespoon 
  • Capsicum 2 tablespoon
  • Green chilly chopped 1 teaspoon
  • Coriander chopped 1 tablespoon
  • Salt according to taste
  • Black pepper crushed 1 teaspoon
  • Oil for frying
Procedure  :  
  • In a bowl take hung curd, add chopped onion, capsicum, red bell pepper, green chilly, coriander, salt and black pepper mix all ingredients gently 
  • For hung curd recipe click





  • Take bread slice, remove corners


  • With the help of rolling pin, flatten the bread as shown in picture

  • Place a tablespoon of filling on bread slice

  • In a bowl take 1 tablespoon of maida, add a 2 tablespoon of water to this and form a thick solution. This will help in sticking the bread corners


  • Apply this solution on all corners of the bread. Fold the bread as shown in picture.


  • Press all the sides 



  • In a pan heat oil. Deep fry these rolls till it is properly cooked and golden brown in colour





  • Serve with your choice of chutney 




Tips  :
  • To make it more spicy and flavour ful you can add a table spoon of schezwan sauce in filling.
  • Tp make to more healthy air fry these rolls