Saturday, January 22, 2011

Bread Sardine Rolls


Snake time, oppsie! I'm so sorry darling followers. Its snack time (Bonda, Fried Lotus Roots, Egg Fish Roll & Otak-Otak), though I'm not at all a snaking Indian person. Okay, okay, calm down. I shouldn't mock my own kind, albeit there's some truth in what I've said, also don't forget the Indian crab story. Oh-damn, that's the problem with nava-k. She must get nasty every now and then, actually most of the time she is like that to people who back-bite "nava k". Yea-yea, I'm referring to me-myself just in case you are slow in figuring out. Can't help it honey-bunny. My tolerance for back-biting people is so-so-low at where piling work is done prior to building your Indian mansion. Anyway, you know what? I've dam-it to back biters. Okay, enough said, lemme show you what you can do with leftover bread slices.

In my house, the story is like this. For the two of us, a loaf of bread will take a permanent place in the kitchen. So, I hate it when those bread slices literally cry out to use them. So, basically, I save them from stale-mating. I'm done here with pouring out my Indian sentiment, how about you take over from this point to follow this recipe (Sardine Varuval Potatoes)? Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. I can't love all of you more. Bye for now.

Ingredients
For the Sardine Filling
1 small tin of sardines (155g - drain the sauce)
3 shallots (sliced thinly)
1 tsp chilli powder
1 tbsp oil
Salt for taste

Other Ingredients
10 slices of bread (cut off crust)
2 eggs ( beaten)

Method:
For Filling
Heat oil and saute shallots.
Add sardines.
Season with salt.
Remove from heat. 
Let it cool down.
Place a little in the center of a bread slice.
Gently roll.

Dip in beaten eggs, also to seal the edges.
Place rolls on a greased baking tray
Bake at 170C to brown both sides.
(Note; turn the rolls to brown on the other side)
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3 comments:

  1. I always love to eat this YAY and the best part is I get to make them myself now :D Thanks for the recipe!

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  2. Such a delicious rolls.. Have never ever thought of this combination in food!!

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