Monday, September 24, 2012

Baked Bread Rolls


Bread. Oh-no, I am not a bread person (Vegetarian Sandwich). But bread is stocked up as the breakfast, in-case or crisis or emergency food for my other half-half. Bread and scrambled eggs or bread and cheese goes for him whenever he is hungry and mostly, trust me, his in-between hunger striking for supper and he fixing himself his bread fix. Other than that, sometimes the load of bread is left idle. Pretty much some slices remaining (Pineapple Bread Pudding) and I as usual wouldn't keep quiet. Because I don't like to throw food. So, I made these Baked Bread Rolls (Mushroom Rolls). Sort of the same technic like the previous Sardine Bread Rolls, but these are the vegetarian made (Baked Rice Pudding, Vegetarian Chow Mein & Vegetarian Winter Melon Soup) and instead of frying, obviously (Egg Fish Roll) I baked them (Baked Cornflakes Chicken). Bread slices filled with a mixture of frozen vegetables, coriander leaves and onion, alongside cheese (Baked Cheesy Potatoes) and off they went into the oven. 

Ingredients
8 slices of bread
1-2 tbsp of oil
Grated Parmesan cheese - as needed

For the filling
1 cup frozen mixed veggies
2 small stalks coriander leaves - chopped
1 medium size onion - chopped
Salt for taste
** Toss these ingredients together.
Method
Take about 1 tsp of the filling and place in the centre of the bread.
Leave a little space around of the edges of the bread.
Sprinkle cheese on top.
Gently roll the bread to the other corner.
Seal both the edges with either water or beaten egg.
Do the same to the rest of the bread slices.
Lightly grease a baking tray.
Transfer the rolls on to the tray, spacing them evenly.
Bake on a preheated oven at 170C for 1/2 hour or
until the rolls are light brown in color.
Remove from oven.


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13 comments:

  1. The plating is excellent. I choose rice over bread as well. The longest I can go w/o rice is two weeks and it was a very difficult task! =)

    I love to meet up with you. hopefully I'm in KL during the rebranding exercise. See you soon! =)

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  2. Nice and easy .I love doing creative stuff with bread.

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  3. These bread rolls look delicious my friend, recipe and presentation wise :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  4. Yummy as ever but am not keen on cheese. Bet my hubi would love it

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  5. Lovely idea! I always have bread left over too:D

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  6. Very nice idea. You made something so simple looks so good and delicious!!!

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  7. Such a gorgeous and delicious way to enjoy loaf bread, Nava! My daughters and I love doing this too...but of course, there has to be their favorite turkey ham in it!

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  8. Yes, very nice indeed, for bread lovers, another fantastic idea, truly a 'bready' good 'tim sum'/tapas

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  9. Hi, came across your blog and it seems interesting. These rools seems easy to make and am sure, would taste yummy. Following you! Do check my space : cookininpajamas.blogspot.in

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  10. This looks yum, my son will love it.

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  11. Cheesy bread rolls are looking delicious. Great share !!

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