Bread roll


When I was a kid, I had this once in a picnic. I liked it very much, but I did not know what was its name. Just last year, my Maushi had come home, she prepared this for us. Try this, very delicious one.

1 cup potatoes (cooked & mashed)
1/2 cup green peas (cooked)
6-7 strands coriander leaves
4-5 green chillies
2 tbl spn rice Flour
1 tea spn ginger-garlic paste
5 bread slices
Oil for deep frying

Mix potatoes, green peas, coriander leaves and chillies made into paste, ginger-garlic paste and salt. Mix well.


Dip bread slice in water & squeeze out the water.


Fill the mixture in bread & close the bread around the filling(filling should not come out).



Roll it on rice flour so that the bread roll gets a coating of rice flour.


Deep fry in oil.


Serve hot with ketchup.

Serves : 2
Preparation time : 15 min

26 thoughts on “Bread roll”

  1. Bread Roll was one of the fantastic things i have ever tried.It tasted like heaven.Thanks to Aayi for such a wonderful dish.This website is too too good for amateurs like us.Thanks again.

  2. My mom used to make this , but I never bothered to make it, after i got married i had a cook so then cooking was out of question. But now that I am in US where no cooks are available. I have to cook all by myself, Thanks for this recipe. this is exactly how my mom used to make it.

  3. My mom used to make this , but I never bothered to make it, after i got married i had a cook so then cooking was out of question. But now that I am in US where no cooks are available. I have to cook all by myself, Thanks for this recipe. this is exactly how my mom used to make it.

    Keep up the good work

  4. Shilpa,

    Once i tasted a dry black chana subji made with goda masala at a colleguea’s house. Do u know how to make it. it looked very simple but tasted great. Please let us know if u have that recipe

  5. Shld the potatoes, green peas, coriander leaves and chillies be made as paste
    shld water be added to riceflour
    can u pls help me with this
    how to keep filling in the bread. shld entire breadbe usedfor one roll

    Shilpa: its more like a stuffing where you mix everything with spoon (you can mash it a bit), but don’t make paste. No water. yes, one slice of bread for one roll.

  6. I have had this dish since my childhood and loved it everytime…I waned to make it so was trying to find the recipe on the Internet and I came across yours…and WHAT A FIND!! the photo and the recipe look almost the same as I remember them…


  7. Dip bread slice in water & milk & squeeze out the water.It is just like above method.With milk it does not absorb more oil and it is not sticky.

  8. You can try the same thing using a mix of grated cheese , a little finely chopped capsicum and black pepper. Tastes too good! Though a little fattening …

  9. I have wanted to try this for ages – but just don’t have the courage?

    Which brand of bread did you use for this?

    The sliced bread that we get here is so soft, that I am scared that when soaked in water, it will crumble (vil-vili).

    Shilpa: No specific brand Chetna. I use any sliced bread. I normally use white bread, but you can also use wheat bread.

  10. Try adding boiled and mashed carrots and beans also, and litely fried capsium, it tastes grt for the stuffing, we have been doing this since our bachpan, but my mom never used to dip in flour, nevertheless it looked the same way, but i guess either way the end result is awesome.

    Ur site rocks, i am a daily visitor, to try something new

  11. Hi Shilpa,

    Thanks for a beautiful presentation. It just makes the task easier. My husband loved it!!!!!! Though I used Maida as I didnt have the rice flour, it tasted real nice.. Thanks Again.

  12. Hello,
    this is my fev snack, when i was a kid i had it somewhere and then when i was in 8th i started making it myself for my brothers and sister. This is our nostalgic moment. And now when i become a mother i started making it for my son and now this is his fevourite too.
    Isn’t it that we are carrying it in our JEANS.

  13. Your site is excellent !

    I dont know where all to post comments.
    tomorrow is my son’s b’day, so I thought of getting some quick recipes from your site.
    well the above bread-roll which i used to call bread-cutlet , is on of my favs and is always a big hit.
    I generally use suji instead of rice flour after completion, it makes the roll crispy.
    but now i’ll try your version too.

    in the end, i must say excellent job you’re doing. and your site rocks !

    cheers !

  14. Poornima Prabhu

    hi Shilpa,tried this out just now and it came out super……made our own variations,of course,but turned out a HIT!!!………Thanks a lot,and take care:)

  15. Sabita Gonsalves

    Hi Shilpa,

    I am looking out for a recipe for Patal Bhaji – this was a dish I relished when I was in India. When I visit Goa, I make it a point of having it as many times as possible and this is available in the smaller restaurants in Goa – this is usually served with puris or the goan pavs.
    Please email it to me if you have this recipe.

    Thank you,

  16. hi shilpa
    yesterdaay i made 6 rolls out of 2 patatoes n u wont belive my hubby had 5 out of dem itz was jus yummy and so easy to wrap in bread, also so quick it hardly took 30 min for me.1 more thing would like to mention it look so cute while serving.
    thax a lot
    luv u…

  17. Hi shilpa I am new to ur website but loved ur receipes n I tried the muTter n phudina paratha like it also was going through ur bread roll recipe would try this but would like to share I make bread rolls with boiled potato by adding fennel seeds coriander seeds red chilly powder,garam masala n chat masala n little coriander leaves n green chilly its very yummy with the taste of fennel n coriander seeds try it

  18. Anuradha Sridhar

    You can make the rolls and put them in the freezer for an hour or two.This way it absorbs less oil when you fry.
    Alternatively,if you are health conscious you could bake them too,yields great results!!!

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