Bread stuffed with a delicious filling, baked to cooked is baked bread roll. With a crisp exterior and melt in mouth stuffing, this certainly is a healthy snack to munch on. Generally, bread rolls are deep fried. However, since it is one the favorite snack of my kids I tried making a healthier version so that they can indulge more into it. And these baked bread rolls are not just healthier they are crispier and absolutely fuss-free to make. Just pop in the baking tray and the oven will do the cooking. In morning hours of rush, what better than someone/something (oven in this case) sharing the responsibility :).
A bread roll is a combination of bread and stuffing. Both can be of your choice. Keeping this recipe fuss-free, as the recipe commits, I have used a very simple stuffing of potatoes and processed cheese. And keeping the recipe healthy, as the recipe commits, I have used whole wheat bread. Brushing the bread rolls with melted butter flavored with fresh coriander leaves makes a lot of difference. It makes them crispier, saves them from getting dry and the baked bread rolls look much more appetizing with that drizzle on.
Bread is one of the most commonly used ingredients for snacks. And therefore there are many snack recipes using bread. Stuffed bread pakoda has to top this list (being my favorite). View its recipe here. A very interesting snack which you can definitely try for kids or kitty parties is bread tikki. View it here.
Baked bread rolls can be served for breakfast or kids’ tiffin. Just team them up with some ketchup.
1.This recipe makes approximately 8 baked bread rolls.
2.To make the stuffing in a mixing bowl add 3 boiled and grated potatoes, 4 tbsp grated cheese, ½ tsp red chili flakes, 1 tsp Italian seasoning. If adding salt, add it now.
3.Mix well. Keep aside.
4.Make a slurry by mixing 1 tsp all purpose flour (maida) and 2 tsp water. It should be lump free. Keep aside.
5.Mix a handful of chopped coriander leaves in 8 tsp of melted butter. Keep aside.
6.Roll the bread slice. Make sure to trim the edges properly. Also take care to roll with light hands otherwise the bread might break.
7.Place stuffing in the centre and apply slurry on one side.
8.Seal the bread roll.
9.Brush the melted butter and coriander mix on bread rolls.
10.Bake in a pre-heated oven at 180°C or 350°F for 10 minutes. Flip and bake from the other side too for 5 minutes or till golden brown from all sides. Brush the butter coriander mix.
11.Serve hot or bring to the room temperature and pack for your kids’ tiffin. Bon appétit!
PREP TIME 10 minutes
COOK TIME 15 minutes
TOTAL TIME 25 minutes
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