Sunday, February 27, 2011

BREAD PANEER ROLLS

       I made this yummy Bread Panner Rolls for our breakfast today. I have tried this cute and yummy rolls from Edible Garden ,a very good blog and you can find very authentic kerela recipes and mouthwatering cakes too. Nags, the cook, owner and writer of Edible Garden and  a good friend of mine has another photo blog to expose her talent in photography and writing.
   Thanks a lot Nags for this wonderful recipe. My kids loved this a lot like anything and we also enjoyed a lot. Since i made this in a hurry(we all were hungry) i couldn't take step wise pictures properly.
But Nags ,posted a detailed recipe of these rolls in her blog.
Paneer bread roll
I followed her recipe except i omitted the addition of ginger garlic paste.
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INGREDIENTS:
PANEER SCRAMBLED 1/2 CUP
ONION 1 NO.
REDCHILLI POWDER 1/4 TSP
CUMIN SEED POWDER 1/4 TSP
GARAM MASALA A PINCH
CORIANDER LEAVES A SMALL BUNCH
SALT TO TASTE
TOMATO KETCHUP 1TSP
BREAD SLICES 4
BUTTER 1 TSP
METHOD:
  • Scramble the paneer  as i did for Panner Bhurji.
  • In a bowl, add the redchilli powder,cumin powder,garam masala ,finely chopped coriander leaves, onions,salt and tomato ketchup and mix this nicely using your hand along with the scrambled paneer.
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  • Cut the sides of the bread using a knife.
  • Do this for the rest of the bread.
  • Roll the bread now using a rolling pin as we do for roti.
  • Keep the paneer mixture at one end of the bread and roll it tightly.
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  • In the original recipe it is mentioned to wrap up the rolls in a clean damp kitchen towel.
  • I didn’t do this ,as you know i made this in a hurry.
  • Brush the rolls with butter and keep in a tawa .
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  • Carefully turn them to make the breads evenly toasted.
  • Cut them into two pieces and enjoy hot with tomato ketchup.
panner rolls
Note:
  1. To avoid the rolls from opening while toasting in pan,just seal the edges with water or maida paste.
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37 comments:

  1. Looks yum and wonderful pics ..

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  2. good one..will make this sometime..

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  3. looks yummy....will try it out

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  4. Am gonna try this...thanks for this awesome recipe dear..:D
    Tasty appetite

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  5. Rolls are looking great..must be delicious too.

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  6. Very nice .. will try for my kid .. nice entry jey :)

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  7. a nice treat for the kids jeyshri and it makes a good lunch box dish..too

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  8. Sounds yummy,a must try snack! Should try for my kid too,sure he would love it!

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  9. very innovative n inviting snack ...yummy
    Super Yummy Recipes

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  10. Looks yum and wonderful pics ..

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  11. I've bookmarked in nags site too and urs look very tempting...yummy snack

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  12. A nice one n healthy too. Nice clicks there!

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  13. Omg, am just drooling here...such a fabulous rolls..grown up kids like me will definitely love this too:)..

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  14. ஹம்ம்ம், நன்னா இருக்கு! பக்கத்தாத்து அக்காவை கத்துக்கச் சொல்லனும்!..:)

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  15. Looks yummy Jaishree....I tried buiscuit pudding was lovely my family liked it but I stuck to the original Divya's recipe and did use cornstarch will use custurd powder and try next time:)

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  16. Yummo..perfect for those hunger pangs :)


    US Masala

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  17. Thanks for trying this Jeyashri. We love it too! :)

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  18. looks wonderful... lovely click too...

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  19. simple and healthy....yummy!!

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  20. Am sure these will make great party food too.

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  21. I love the roll idea you made we usually make it like a toast this is wonderful

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  22. Beautiful rolls and neat clicks..Great for both kids and adults :-)

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  23. looks delicious and nice clicks ........

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  24. yummy rolls ... looks very delicious !!!

    First time here...U have wonderful collection of dishes !!! Am happy to follow u

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  25. A perfect starter for a party!!

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  26. Bread Paneer Roll really tempts me to make some now..

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  27. I remember seeing Nags panneer bread rolls too...her clicks are so awesome....especially her lighting!!! Yours look great too..Yeppadi irundha yenna? yellam make the way in to the tummy!

    Shobha

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  28. Hi Jeyashree!, they look amazing, thanks for sending to my event, I make something like this but with just ordinary south Indian curry!, this one is different with paneer I had BM'ed it, everyday, when my kids come home they want something to eat, so I had this in my mind!
    I think this is my first time here you have a lovely blog, will visit you soon..

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  29. Wonderful Recipe. Pretty much ideal for kids

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  30. so glad you tried and liked them! :)

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  31. jeyashree
    i made this with using potato stuffing....came out well...will make paneer stuffing today.thanks.

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  32. That paneer dish looks so amazing. Perfect dish to make on the grill. Will try some time.
    restaurants in south delhi

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  33. This is very innovative idea! I always eat paneer roti rolls but this is something new for me :) Also, it would taste amazing with some green chutney...I'm already drooling :P

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