Bread Rolls with Potato stuffing, an Airfryer recipe2016-01-04
- Yield : 8
- Servings : 4
- Prep Time : 20m
- Cook Time : 15m
- Ready In : 35m
Low oil breakfast
As a kid, I loved taking bread rolls to my school but they were deep fried in oil, I stopped eating them as I grew older. That was till I bought the Philips Airfryer, things changed. I started making bread rolls in airfryer and indulged in guilty free pleasures of eating this yummy breakfast dish once again.
Crunchy from outside and oh so soft and delicious potato filling with every bite, this is an ideal dish to make for your child for his school lunch or eat them yourself for breakfast with ginger tea.
Instead of potatoes, you can stuff any filling inside the bread roll and it will taste just as good.
Airfryer – how it works
An air fryer is a kitchen appliance that works by using high-speed hot air circulation. When the fryer is working, it begins to produce hot air and a mechanical fan begins to circulate it very fast around the food, which fry the food and produces a crispy layer. By circulating air up to 200 Celsius degrees, this appliance fry several foods like potato chips, chicken, fish or pastries and it uses no oil.
- Potatoes 5 large
- Bread 8 slice [cut the brown sides and use the white part only]
- Green chilies 2 seeded and finely chopped
- Coriander 1 small bunch finely chopped
- Onions 2 small finely chopped
- Turmeric 1/2 Tsp
- Mustard seeds 1/2 Tsp
- Curry leaf -2 sprigs
- Oil for frying the potatoes and brushing on Tikkis (2 Tbsp)
- Salt as per taste
Boil the potatoes with a spoon full of salt, peel and thoroughly mash them.
In a pan, heat a Tsp of oil and add mustard seeds. After the seeds sputter, add onions, fry till they are translucent and add turmeric and curry leaves. Fry for a few seconds, add the mashed potatoes, salt and mix well. Cool this mixture.
Make 8 equal portions of the mixture, shape them in your palm in an oval shape. Keep aside.
Trim the bread from the sides and wet it completely with water, press the bread with your palm and remove excess water.
Keep the wet bread in your palm, place the oval shaped potato and roll the bread in a spindle shape and seal the edges such that the potato filling is completely inside the bread.
Prepare all the rolls and brush them with oil. Keep aside.
Preheat the Airfryer for 8 minutes at 200˚C and brush the basket with a bit of oil before placing the prepared rolls. Let the Airfryer run for about 12-13 minutes to get golden crisp potato filled bread rolls.
Serve hot bread rolls with tomato ketchup or a chutney of your choice along with masala chai.
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