Vegetable Bread Rolls

vegetable-bread-rollsSandwiches are great finger food, but if you are looking for a Looking for a quick and filling sandwich substitute, then you will love these Vegetable Bread Rolls. They don’t take up much time, can be made in a jiffy, and is a neat way to use up leftover vegetables. Wrap them into silver foils and you can carry them over in a picnic or lunch basket on a nice sunny day. Or serve them with chutneys or yogurt sauces to create perfect party appetizers.

For the filling
2 cups – boiled vegetables (potato, carrot, peas, french beans, capsicum)
1 cup – coriander leaves
Salt as per taste
1 tsp – red chili powder
1 tsp – coriander leaves

For the covering
10 to 12 – slices of bread
100g – buttermilk
Oil for frying

Mix and mash well all the ingredients of filling in a bowl.

Remove the edges from each slice of bread. Now take one slice of bread, dip a little in the buttermilk, and press gently to remove excess buttermilk. Put in the filling in the center and gently roll over both sides to make a roll. Repeat with all the remaining slices of bread.

Deep fry one by one. Enjoy with tomato ketchup or green chutney for a quick and filling snack!


  1. yum! that does look like a simple snack for kids when they come in hungry from school:)

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