Wednesday, 30 June 2010

Toasted sandwich rolls


Toasted sandwich rolls- A twist to the usual sandwich.Spicy potato filling encrusted in bread slices and toasted in the oven till golden brown and crispy.Perfect snack served with green coriander chutney.



Ingredients:

8 slices of bread
3 medium  potatoes boiled and mashed
1 small onion finely diced
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ginger paste
1/2 teaspoon  garam masala
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon sugar
2 finely minced green chillies
1/2 teaspoon chilli powder
1 tablespoon olive oil for cooking the masala
Spray cooking oil.



Method:

1. In a pan heat 1 tablespoon oil , when hot add the onions and cook till soft  and translucent.
2. Add the ginger paste and chillies.
3. Add the mashed potato , followed by the salt, chilli powder, garam masala, lemon juice and sugar.
4. Mix all the spices throughly into the potato mixture. Adjust seasoning as required.
5. Take off heat and cool.
6. Divide the potato masala in to 8 portions, and roll each one into a sausage shape to fit the width of the bread slice.Chill for 15-30 minutes.

7. Remove the crusts from the bread slices.
8. Using a rolling pin roll out the bread slices to flatten them.
9. Place the masala sausage on the bread roll at one end and roll up the bread slice tightly.
10. Wet the other end of the bread slice and stick it down to form a sausage shape.
11. Repeat the process for all bread slices.
12. Spray a baking tray with spray oil and place bread rolls on it.(You can use ordinary oil and just brush the bread rolls over with it instead.)
13. Spray the bread rolls with the spray oil and bake in a pre heated oven at 200 degrees centigrade for 15 minutes or until golden brown.
Remove  from oven and serve hot with green coriander chutney.



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47 comments:

  1. Incredible sandwich rolls, feel like grabbing some rite now..thanks for sending Nayna, am soo happy u know..

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  2. Delicious and lovely sandwich rolls..

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  3. beautiful presentation as always!
    liked your blog's new look :)

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  4. This looks very very yummy and never thought of it like this before..Good one..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  5. looks crisp n yum...love the platter...

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  6. These are great! Especially since they're not fried..you can easily indulge in more than one!

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  7. Wow, they look sooooooooooo yummy and a very new process.

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  8. Sandwich rolls looks delicious Nayna.

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  9. Nayna, the toasted sandwich rolls look divine..am gonna grab them..

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  10. what an yummy dish dear....so creative ....it looks very tempting...

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  11. That baking makes it really nice and healthy!

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  12. Quite a new sandwich to me. Loved it...;)

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  13. wow... very innovative... love it!!

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  14. OMG !!! Perfect shapes and baked
    Mine always fall apart while rolling. Can you give me some tips Nayna? I find this snack very easy and quick to please my son :-) Your's look so neat and prfect.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  15. The toasted sandwich looks delicious.. Awesome clicks too..

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  16. This is such an easy and healthy snack too. very tempting.

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  17. really creative idea..looks yummy!

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  18. @ deepa hamari rasoi-I find that roling the potato mixture in to sausage shapes and chilling for half hour helps it to retain its shape.This recipe works best with fresh bread as its softer and easier to roll.If bread is stale spray with water to soften it slightly before rolling the rolls.

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  19. very healthy on and liked the toasted rolls really yummicious

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  20. delicious sandwich. looks nice

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  21. I love your innovative recipe...
    Sandwiches look great!

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  22. That is an excellent sandwich idea..il give it a go with some leftover chicken

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  23. Kids are going to love the creative look of this sandwich.

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  24. What a creative sandwich roll! I love it.

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  25. Delicious rolls never tried toasting them

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  26. Looks and sounds delicious. I like your blog's new look.

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  27. These look so good!! A low cal treat!!

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  28. Toasted sandwich rolls looks grabworthy... Delicious ones.

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  29. They look great, very healthier than the deep fried bread rolls. Book marked such interesting recipe dear:)

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  30. Innovative Cooking !! Thatz the word for your blog ...... luv all the recipes the photographs n everything ! Just can't get enough of it.

    Luv your space !!

    Regards,
    Satrupa
    (Fellow Blogger : ) )

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  31. i generally prefer my bread toasted rather than as is..and from the way its done, I like this one

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  32. Your "eggless white chocolate chip cookies" showed up on my reader/dashboard. But I don't see the post here. Bit odd. Just thought I will let you know.

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  33. wow.....you've made me feel hungry now.

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  34. yummy and delicious... i love bread and feel like grabbing one.will try soon.thanks for dropping by!!

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  35. wow thats so innovative.... I loved it wonderfull... will surely try it...

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  36. can it be called Indian cannolies ...they look just perfect!

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  37. Great recipe and idea - made this for lunch on a cold Melbourne day - beautiful - thanks :-)

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  38. missed step 8.. with ur help now i know it is important to read fully before start cooking ;)
    wow.. such a great idea came out really nice

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  39. Delicious and lovely sandwich rolls

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  40. what a fantastic idea, thanks for the recipe! x

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  41. I am planning to make this for this lunch - freezing out there and need warming comfort food!

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