Monday, November 12, 2007

Stuffed bread vada


My contribution for poweless cooking

Stuffed bread is my childhood favorite my mom use to make this when ever she has some leftover potato curry


Ingredients

8 bread slices
3 potatos ( boiled and cubed )
2 tbs oil
1 medium onion ( chopped)
1 tsp cumin and musturd seeds\
3 slit green chillis
pinch of turmuric
1 tsp garam masala powder
oil for deepfry
salt





Method:

Heat 2 tbs oil in a pan when oil is hot add cumin and musturd seeds when starts to splutter add slit green chillis ,onions and sautee for 3 min then add turmuric

Now add boiled potatos ,salt and garam masala mix well and slightly mash potatos with back of the spoon

Take water in shallow bowl dip bread slice in water and press the bread by keeping in between your both palms until water is sqeezed out completely

Now take 2 tbs of potato curry keep in the middle of damp bread and cover curry with corners of bread and make a ball ( as u see in photo)

Now make the balls with remaining bread and curry as above

Heat oil in a frying pan and fry on a low flame until golden brown

Drain on a paper towel and Serve hot with ketchup

27 comments:

Richa said...

looks delicious, sagari!
my mom too makes this, it is one of my fav dishes :)i call it bread roll :)

easycrafts said...

Thanks for the entry...i normally make cutlets of leftover potato, will try this next time

AnuSriram said...

Looks wonderful... Nice recipe....

Asha said...

They look gorgeous. I have never made these at home, got to try once. Great entry Sagari!:))

Rajitha said...

i looove these..the only problem is i cannot stop eating these...and i feel just mesarable later ;)

Rajitha said...

i meant miserable...

Bhawna said...

Nice recipe Sagari, like richa even we call it bread roll.

Nags said...

nice recipe with leftovers!

Happy cook said...

Looks so good. Love them

Jeena said...

Any mention of potatoes and spices and I'm there! Looks wonderful Sagari. :)

Laavanya said...

That looks lovely. Actually my cousin was saying that she once baked this and it came out quite well.. I forgot all about it until I saw your recipe.. Looks yummy.

Menu Today said...

Hi Sagari,

Looks nice and we too call this as bread roll. Thanks for sharing this recipe:-)

Shivapriya said...

We call it bread bonda. I learnt this this from my MIL. Yummy...Thanks for coming by.

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

My mom used to make them too. but I never made it after I started cooking... But will try it now. thanx for reminding :)

USHA said...

Hi Sagari,

Hmm...Yummy....this is really very good idea for this chill weather....
Vada looks cripy and tempting..Thanks for sharing.

Seena said...

wonderful, sagari..have never eaten them..hmm:(

Namratha said...

Looks great Sagari, so sorry I didn't know you had moved and missed all these posts, now I have this link to your blog :)

Rina said...

Sagari, I was jsut wantin got make these after Sreelu blogged a similar one. A real yummy snack.

Neelam said...

Nice snack...we call it Bread Rolls too!

Shella said...

How did you get such a smooth covering with the bread. I never get it yaar.

Amna said...

Wonderful recipe, yes bread rolls too sounds familiar:-)

Bharathy said...

looks delicious sagari..
I too make almost the same ones but press to form elongated rolls..Dont they take up so much of oil when fried?..

SUGARCRAFT INDIA said...

Really tempting...I love it really hot...a favortite snack at my place....Thanks for stopping by :)

Kate / Kajal said...

hey how come i've never had these ??? i'm gujju n love potatoes n vada for that matter. Hmm...mommy .... !
hehe well just surprised how i missed these growing up. will have to try these.

Sia said...

i am not able to post comment in ur kashmiri pulao sagari. my hubby is in love with kashmiri pulao(i feel little more than he is in love with me;)
and this stuffed bread vada looks absolutely delicious. thank u for leaving a comment in my blog and leading me to urs:)

sagari said...

THANK U everyone for your lovelyyyy posts

Meera said...

My mom makes these too. We call them bread rolls. The only difference is mom makes it oval shape. Looks so delicious. I kept looking at those vada pictures, and they make me hungry! :-)