Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Fried Mushroom Rolls


For a change, maybe we should talk about other things instead of the standard dialog on food which of course logically is appropriate when we share recipes. But you know what, sometimes its nice to divert to other topics. So, how about we talk about social media friendship? The perfect picture perfect friendship many of us are so supportive towards, you think so? Did I say the right thing or wrong thing? Correct me if I am wrong, I personally feel that there's hypocrites among our so called friends. Sometimes I wonder if they are really happy for us or they like what we post and throw flowery words because its a pretentious norm? I've already found out that my best friends are not what they seem behind the social media scene, for you, I'm not sure how it works but just a word of caution. Always keep an element of doubt on friendship instead of finding out later who are the back stabbers.


Interesting friendship topic today, isn't it? Let us now move to the recipe. Time factor again is the reason why I reached out to the can of mushrooms. Crisis management in my kitchen is about storing some canned food, good idea because a dish can be whipped when I really don't feel like driving out. These fried mushrooms rolls are semi-vegetarian, aha! I regard eggs as a semi-side vegetarian ingredient. Some vegetarians do consume eggs (Potato Rolls) whereas others die-die won't (Stir Fried Carrot, Crispy Fried Okra/Bendi & Bonda), Whatever, for a vegetarian version (Rice Vadai), I suggest you replace egg with a runny cornflour and water mixture, then coat the rolled mushrooms over bread crumbs prior to frying (Fried Tuna Rolls, Fried Prawn Wanton & Fried Fish In Soy Sauce). These rolls can be a snack or a side dish for our rice meal.

Ingredients
For the rolls
1 can (300g) button mushrooms - drain out water and spin mushrooms in the food processor or finely chopped.  
1 medium size onion - chopped
1 stalk spring onion - chopped
A pinch of garam masala or mix spice
1 tsp plain chilli powder
1 tsp coriander powder
Salt to taste
Oil for frying

For coating
1 egg - lightly beaten
1 cup bread crumbs

For yoghurt sauce
2 tbsp yoghurt
1/4 inch ginger - chopped
1 stalk coriander leaf - chopped
Salt to taste
Method
Add all ingredients for the rolls except oil into a bowl.
Mix well and shape into medium size rolls.
Dip into coating ingredients; over egg and next the bread crumbs.
Deep fry till golden brown and remove.
Stir all ingredients for yoghurt sauce and serve with fried rolls.
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38 comments:

  1. yummy :). this is something new to me

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  2. Wow,,,these look so delicious with that yogurt sauce,as long as i see this post i chek out my pantry and fridge,i have everything i need except coriander leaf,,i will make it ,this evening for sure :)
    Ridwan

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  3. hai nava...tq for visit my blog.... follow u here...nice blog...make me hungry k...all the picture about food so yummy!!!

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  4. Can i know how to do the RECENT POST at sidebar, only image.. I do it but only the title of my entry appear...need help...hehehehe...i like it.

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  5. I always love to eat fried mushroom..
    Fried shiitake mushroom also very nice....

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  6. mushroom i love it so much :)

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  7. I love mushrooms. These look delicious...

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  8. The common way of frying mushrooms here is whole and in a wet batter. This means that the juices collect in between the pocket of batter and the mushroom. When you take a bite, the hot juice can really burn your mouth and they can be a bit messy.
    Your preparation of making a blend with the chopped mushrooms and then using bread crumbs is much better! There is so much more flavor and no hot juice. Well done.

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  9. Yes!! Successful, TQ very much!!!

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  10. I love mushrooms, but have never deep-fried them. Your recipe looks great!

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  11. We are big fans of mushrooms here. This sounds like a perfect way to enjoy it! I will have to omit the chili powder though, to make it more kid friendly.

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  12. MMM! I'm not sure I've ever heard of fried mushroom rolls but I sure wish I could try one now! You're introducing me to all this new exciting food! I have to tuck this recipe into my must try list! They sound fantastic!

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  13. Mmm, these look fantastic! I am a huge fan of mushrooms, and would pick mushroom rolls over potatoes any day :)

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  14. wow.mushroom fry looks really just mouth watering.perfectly done.......great job....
    MAHA

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  15. Gorgeous photos -- I love fried foods, but very rarely do that at home :)

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  16. Even I would consume mushrooms in these! They look stunning, especially I reckon with some cream cheese :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  17. How gorgeous are these tiny bites. Great app Nava!

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  18. It's been a long time I dint visit your blog, still, those delicious food is attracting me.

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  19. Thanks everyone for the time in leaving the comments over here.

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  20. These sound so good! Any excuse to eat more mushrooms.

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  21. Wow, this is new to me, you actually blend the mushrooms into smaller pieces too!

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  22. I love fried mushrooms! This sounds great =)

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  23. I never thought of serving mushroom this way. Now I have a new way of making it, looks delicious!

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  24. Mushrooms are good and when it is fried like this, it is too good :)These days, I rarely do any frying at home, but would love to have this one

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  25. Oh, I adore mushrooms...and these look fabulous! And perfect with your dipping sauce :)

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  26. oh yummy! thanx for the recipe. i can now try this out at home instead of waiting till we get to eat it at restaurants:D i'll probably not fry it but pop it into the oven...

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  27. Deep fried mushrooms are so good. I love biting into them to feel the warm mushroom explode in my mouth. Everyone in my family hates them except me, so I rarely ever make them. I just order them out.Yours look divine!

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  28. Definitely a tasty looking dish! They look like such a great appetizer, especially with the dip! I wonder if it's possible to have a deep-fry party.... haha. For those that are terribly unhealthy like myself :p

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  29. button mushroom is my fave :) what a good starter for the meal!~

    Latest: Anything IS Food!

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  30. Looking at the ingredients, these will surely be a favourite at any party

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  31. Hey Nava, how do u know I'm a big fan of mushrooms? Hahaha! Love this snack & I'm gonna finish them all.

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  32. So crisp looking fir a cup of tea with it...

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  33. ohh my these mushroom rolls look super tempting..would love to try these

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