Sunday, September 26, 2010

Delightful Bread Swirls


Recently there was a contest being declared on manjula's kitchen , she is such a versatile lady n one of my inspirations for cooking. The contest is to make an appetizer with the main ingredient being potato.I made these bread swirls which won the contest.

I am glad to share this recipe for the bread swirls which are a healthy and delightful appetizer.In most of my parties when kids are invited they need something that is easy to hold and filling too.Kids dont like to carry their food on plate so I got this idea for them but it became a party hit with adults too !!.

These bread swirls are crispy on the outside with a soft and cheesy potato stuffing.

Ingredients:
  • 5 bread slices
  • 1 cup boiled potato
  • 3/4 cup chopped boiled veggies(carrot,peas,cauliflower)
  • 2 chopped green chilli
  • 1/2 tsp chat masala
  • 1/2 tsp channa masala
  • 3 tbsp mozzarala cheese
  • salt to taste

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Cooking Procedure:

For Stuffing
Mash all the above ingredients except bread n cheese to a smooth paste n keep aside

For Bread Sheet
Remove the sides of the bread n join them with little water edge to edge overlaping 1 cm .Now use a rolling pin flatten the bread gently.

Preparing the Bread Swirls
Now spread the stuffing evenly on the bread sheet and leave the last 1 cm for sealing.Sprinkle the cheese on the stuffing n roll it slowly from one end and seal the end gently with little water .Then wrap it plastic sheet n freeze for 30 min.After 30 min unwrap it n cut the roll into thin slices of 1 cm thickness.


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Toast each slice on a tawa with medium flame till golden brown on both the sides or in a preheated oven with 375F to bake 7 mins each side or till golden brown

You delightful bread swirls are ready and can be served with tomato ketchup


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Tags: Bread, Potato, Snack, Party Treat, Appetizer, Easy Recipe, Kids Recipe

111 comments:

Mina Joshi said...

I love this innovative idea!! It's perfect for a spicy snack.

Kairali sisters said...

Congrats Satya, my vote is def on yours...These are such cutie swirls..You are amazing....






Dr.Sameena Prathap
said...

Hi Satya,

Amazing..Cuties they are...Keep rocking dear!!Congrats on top 5!!

Dr.Sameena@

www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com
www.lovelypriyanka.blogspot.com

Paaka Shaale said...

A deightful healthy and attractive recipe satya. I'm sure;y gonna try this :)

Roshan said...

this is a super cool recipe....seems easy to do...

kanthi said...

Woowww sathya,enni beautiful n yummy recipes chhesthunnaru meeru ekkada nerchukunnaru

Mary said...

What a gorgeous bread! I've never seen the likes of this before but it sounds absolutely delicious. I hope you have a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Bread swirls look perfect . Nicely done.

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Sharmilee! :) said...

Interesting swirls...looks so yum

Shabitha Karthikeyan said...

Congrats Satya !!! Bread swirls looks so good. Perfectly done !!!

Satrupa said...

Congratzz Sweety ...... u well deserve it. I luv the idea of bread swirls :)

Keep Rocking Gurl .....

Cheers n Happy Cooking,
Satrupa

http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

MiniBinoy said...

wow!! this is really tempting!!.. i hv to try it out one of these days

Sadhana said...

nice one dear...u rock!

sinfullyspicy said...

very innovative idea satya...all the best for your win! It looks a very decadent appetizer..yum

Priya (elaichii) said...

How creative you are satya! All the best for you!

PreeOccupied said...

Its beautiful! And sounds so delicious already. I bet kids will love it.

I hope you contribute to the Durga Puja event on my Blog too.

kitchen queen said...

OMG the bread swirls look so yummy and tempting that I just wnnt to grab them.

Sushma Mallya said...

lovely way to have bread, am sure no one can resists these beautiful swirls...

An Open Book said...

Thats exactly how my mom makes pin wheel sandwiches, except she does it with a whole loaf of bread than joining individual pieces...

Sujana said...

Congrats, a very deserving entry in the top 5, satya... my vote definitely goes to you.. :)

Smitha said...

Those look so neat and yummy...good snack!!

PALATABLE said...

Very interesting and yummy bread, looks beautiful...

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Sayantani said...

Congrats Satya! you do deserve this and many more. will now hop onto the link to vote for you. perfect recipe and a super neat idea for a great party starter.

Krishnaveni said...

congrats sathya, i voted for you, it looks amazing

Ananda Rajashekar said...

my vote for you, this is the winning recipe...looks great!

Sulagna Mukherjee Basu said...

Wow this is soooo innovative..Congrats on ur achievement.

Best Regards
Sulagna
http://e-senseofspicenfragrance-sulagna.blogspot.com/

Jagruti જાગૃતિ said...

feel like grabbing some...looks inviting and tasty! congrats on your achivement...

Harman said...

something very interesting!! need to try..
Kudos ..to such a gr8 thing!

Santosh Bangar said...

what a idea. i like it very much kamal hi kar diya, very tempting iwill try if ican make it and i think it should be on top congs also

kothiyavunu.com said...

wow!! Nice swrils..bookmarked!!will try this soon..Congrats Satya..my vote for u...All the best!!

sonu said...

looks gorgeous..congrats satya..u really deserve it..voted for u and bookmarked this recipe ..will definately try soon !

Silence Sings said...

Congrats dear...you really deserve that..will surely vote for you.....loved the idea and bookmarking this dish...perfect for snacks and kids will surly love it....

aipi said...

Congrats Satya..way to go gal!!..A very delightful recipe indeed..I am off to vote for you now :)

US Masala

~Lisa~ said...

Great recipe Satya! I voted for you and you're in the lead. Thank you again for your support. And Moroccan dishes uses a lot of the same spices as Indian cuisines so. It was the Arab influence. I was glad I had some of the spices left over from the butter chicken I made (=

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Amazing post I loved it very much, All the best!

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Voted for you!

♥LOVE2COOK♥ said...

Hi Ms. Satya, thanks for dropping by at my blog!

WOW, what a delightful bread swirls! I've voted for U at Manjula's. ;)

Uma said...

This is a nice dish. looks so yum!!

Voted for you. Congrats and All the best.

ohtastensee said...

i'm always on the lookout for innovative things to do with leftover bread, absolutely brilliant idea..count my vote for you...good luck and i hope u win.

♥Aps♥ said...

Congrats Girl!!!! the swirls luk super duper Yum :)

♥Sugar♥Plum♥Fairy♥ said...

U have a lovely blog and would love to tell u about a super blogging event, email to enter and fast filling:-)

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sanjeeta kk said...

Lovely swirls and interesting recipe, Satya.

chaitrali pathak said...

amazing..delightful cuties dear...

Priya said...

Cute and tempting bread swirls, just voted at manjula's space, All the best..Congrats Satya, u truly deserve it dear..

Sreelekha Sumesh said...

Congrats Satya.Awesome recipe.Voted for u .All the best!

♥Sugar♥Plum♥Fairy♥ said...

congrats ,ur leading and i voted for u too:-)

jayasri said...

hey, that's really very innovative, thanks for sharing.., good for the kids, nice click too

Prathima Rao said...

Very innovative...n d rolls look so perfect n must have tasted real good!! Bookmarked d recipe..

HomeKreation said...

Hello Satya,

Returning your visit. Wow, you have a nice blog and your creations are lovely too.

Khaugiri said...

Just too good !!! Bookmarked will try this sson:)

Jaisy James said...

wow looks suprrrrrrrr

Nandini said...

Wow....so delicious and lovely......! Congrats!!

R. Ramesh said...

hey thanks ya:)

Nithu Bala said...

Dear satya,

Good luck Dear..Hope you win..have voted for you yesterday itself.

Sarah Naveen said...

Congrats dear...looks so perfect and yummy!!!
my vote is dfntly for you!!

Adelina said...

wow....I thought that was u! I was really impressed- u deserve the prize!

Suja Sugathan said...

Congrats dear..innovative dish,looks perfect and yummy

Yummy Team said...

Yummy bread swirls..Great idea!!

Voted for you, Sathya :) Good luck!!

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious snack looks beautiful

Fuat Gencal said...

Çok güzel görünüyor. Leziz ve iştah açıcı ellerinize sağlık.

Saygılar.

swapna said...

sooo yummy and looks soo good...perfect for kids!!

anubhavati said...

Wow Sathya,

Thats a lovely and easy party snack. With the filling of course, the sky is the limit. I want to try this one out and dont worry, I will def vote for you...Keep Rocking!!!

Shobha

Soumya said...

Congrats Satya....keep rocking...voted for you...All the best dear...

Gulmohar said...

Wow..so cool ! congrats !

Vrinda said...

Lovely bread swirls...

Magic of Spice said...

Absolutely amazing...love these :)

Viki's Kitchen said...

Wow ..Satya ! what a treat to the eyes as well as to the tummy:) Beautiful. Never thought of utilizing bread like this. Quite innovative and catchy. Congrats on that event success dear. Wishing you more success!

Nisha said...

Very creative

Deepti said...

Wow! Superb presentation.
Will surely try it!!!

belesaaru.wordpress.com

Harini said...

This is really an awesome idea..very innovative indeed!!

sweetartichoke said...

Oh My! I love this recipe! Perfect finger food for kids and grown-up alike!

My kitchen skills said...

It looks so yummy...

Nostalgia said...

Fantastic! Hope you win the contest.

Aparna said...

Thiose swirls look absolutely inviting. Good luck with the contest.

Simply Life said...

What a great idea- it looks so pretty!

Lav said...

OMG amazing swirls...wonderful food for kids and adults tooo...am defenitely going to try this....will defenitely vote for u sathya :) Loved the recipe..

Lavanya

www.lavsblog.com

bhumika said...

loved dissss !!
a new follower
u r amazing...

gayatri said...

Loved the concept..Loved the ingredients, loved the look..got to try.

Madhura Manoj said...

Congrats,Looks perfect & very inviting...following u.

Varada said...

Marking this one as a must-try for weekend... I am sure kids at my home will love this one :)

Hey on a side note, this week is being celebrated as "Joy of Giving Week". Check out details on http://mealtimes.blogspot.com/2010/09/joy-of-giving-week-sep-26-to-oct-2-2010.html and see how you can help... Thanks a bunch :)

Neelu said...

Very innovative.. definetly gonna try this one :)

Uma said...

what a great idea!
loved these swirls!

fancythatfancythis.com said...

This is a brilliant idea! I am so impressed with your creativity - I am definitely going to try this soon.

Aparna S Mallya said...

Fantastic idea! Kids will love the shape and also consume the veggies.

Susan from Food Blogga said...

Mmmm.... I love that golden crust!

PJ said...

What an innovative idea!!Looks perfect..

Sum said...

This surely is a superhit! Love it...

sadaf said...

voted!! Super hit, looks awesome. Congrats in advance you have got 50% vote it means winning.

Shabs.. said...

Very nice recipe satya....I am voting for you...

kalyan said...

Hi........ I have tried it was simply superb..............congrats............

Shobana said...

my goodness.. what a nice idea.. great.. going to vote now... good luck..

Akila said...

my vote is definitely to u only dear....

a moderate life said...

Oh my Goodness Satya! Congratulations on winning the contest! You are a very creative cook and I always look forward to your recipes on the hearth and soul hop each week! This one is lovely for kids and I am going to book mark it and make it for my girls for their birthday party savories! Thanks so much for linking to the hearth and soul hop! Alex@amoderatelife

Miz Helen said...

Your bread swirls look amazing. Congratulations on winning your contest.
Thank you for sharing.

Christy said...

Satya - What a great appetizer - I love how simple it seems to go together. I love that it doesn't need a plate. Congratulations on winning the contest!
Thanks for sharing with us at the Hearth and Soul Hop!

Dan said...

Those pinwheel sandwiches look awesome for a party, and your unique filling makes them that much more tempting.

Thanks for sharing!

girlichef said...

congrats on your well-deserved win! This is definitely a fabulous idea...one I'm going to try at home...you're right about kids liking to ditch the plate and just hold their food! Plus, it sounds very tasty. Thank you for sharing this with the hearth and soul hop this week =)

malhar said...

Congrats Satya, this is a yummy recipe and less time consuming too.. Have voted for you..you deserve the best :)
BR Malhar

malhar said...

Congrats,You deserve the best.Its a yummy recipe and less time consuming too :) Thanks for sharing

BUTTERFLY said...

wow this looks damn yummy..will be tryin this 1 soon dear

Shruti Mehta said...

loved the idea satya.. wud u like to do a guest blog for me on ur bread wheels?? .. simply liked the versatility u got to the simple ingredients .. out of the box thinking!!

Shruti Mehta said...

loved the idea satya.. wud u like to do a guest blog for me on ur bread wheels?? .. simply liked the versatility u got to the simple ingredients .. out of the box thinking!!

BUTTERFLY said...

hi dear..u knw wat i tried makin this swirls today n it came out really well..thnx ya..thgh it wasnt dat neat
like urs but my hubby liked it very much.. happy happy

indianspicemagic said...

Interesting and innovative.Congrats on the award.

coolblogger said...

If I were you I would open a restaurant or have cd collection for the recipes. You are juz amazing madam.

Shakahari Rasoi said...

Very innovative!
Keep it up....

lavina agarwal said...

hi satya
i just love your space..happily following you. do visit me somtime.
lav

Crazee Daizy said...

wow followed u through lavina's blog. specially coz of this yummy receipe coz im such a foodie. do visit me

hugs
radhika

alpana said...

These rools look so delicious. Came across your blog today. Love it.......Do visit my blog.

SirisFood said...

OMg wat an innovative idea

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Malini said...

How did I miss your blog. WONDERFUl recipes and this bread roll is very CREATIVE, DELICIOUS and EXTREMELY EASY. Thanks. My family enjoyed it.
Sincerely,
Malini

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