Thursday, August 7, 2014

Paneer Bread Roll [Step by Step Recipe with Pics]


Tea time snack to tempt you? You are in the right place! :). Paneer Bhurji stuffing inside your favorite choice of bread, coated with ghee and then toasted to a shiny brown is one of the most delicious snack ever. The other day when I wanted to make Parathas with paneer bhurji filling, a friend of mine suggested making these bread rolls and am glad I made these. Not only were they yummy but these were very easy to make also. If you have any kind of filling that needs to be used this would be a perfect way to do that. Now off to the recipe

Ingredients

Serves - 2
Spice Level - Moderate
Prep Time - 30 min
Cook time- 5 min

Bread slices - 5-6 or as needed [ I used whole wheat bread ]
Ghee - Few tbsp to coat
Tomato ketchup - Few tbsp to use as a spread
Paneer Bhurji - 1 cup [Click on link for Paneer bhurji Recipe]



How do you do it 

1. Trim the edges of the bread. Use a rolling pin and roti stone like below and flatten the bread well.




2. Apply a coat of ketchup on one column of the bread. You can use any kind of spread that you like, I would have ideally liked to use some mint-coriander chutney here.



3. Place the filling carefully on that column. Dont let it spread all over.



4. Roll the bread carefully and seal with little water. Apply a little ghee all over the rolled bread.



5. Repeat the same for all bread slices.

6. Heat a pan and toast the bread on both sides on medium flame to get to a nice brown color. On the other hand, for a sinful version, you could deep fry these in oil too :).


Yummy Paneer Bread rolls ready. Serve these with green chutney or you can have them as is.

4 Yummmm:

Rajesh Kumar June 20, 2015 at 2:11 AM  


Thanks for all your efforts that you have put in this. very interesting information.
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Selena Gomez July 15, 2015 at 2:07 AM  

That paneer dish looks so amazing. Perfect dish to make on the grill. Will try some time.
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Sony Kumari September 21, 2015 at 3:00 AM  

Nice post…. I enjoyed reading your informative article and considering the points
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Lucky Sign April 30, 2016 at 2:50 AM  


it is my first time visit i here. Awesome recipe and great photography. looks so tasty recipe. thankyou for shearing this information with us!chowringhee satyaniketanr

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