Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Cheesy Potato-Peas Masala Stuffed Rolls

When i posted Brioche Rolls with Strawberry Jam two days back,many of my readers asked me to post the stepwise pictures to show how i prepared the rolls, finally yesterday i prepared some savoury rolls with potato-peas masala and cheese with the same method. This time without any fail,i clicked the stepwise pictures just to share with my readers, please forgive me for the poor light else those pictures will be definitely helpful to everyone whoever want to give a try to this cute rolls.

This time i prepared the dough with wholewheat flour and an easy breezy potato-peas masala and baked along some cheese slices, apart from it these rolls are terribly addictive. An excellent evening snack to enjoy with your favourite drink.We enjoyed thoroughly these rolls when they were still warm and those melted cheese were simply awesome while having these rolls.These rolls suits prefect for this month's Magic Mingle#11 as this month's secret ingredients are potato and cumin seeds and to my own event Healthy Diet- Healthy Finger Food guest hosted by Preeti of Isingcakes and to 60days of Christmas hosted by Priya and Divya


2+1/2cups Whole wheat flour or Bread flour
1tbsp Active dry yeast
1/2cup Luke Warm water
1tsp Salt
1tsp Sugar
1/4cup Olive oil
Sliced cheese as per need

Potato-peas masala:
2nos Potatoes (cooked & cubed)
1/2cup Green peas
1no Onion (chopped)
2nos Green chillies (chopped)
1/2tsp Cumin seeds
1tsp Garam masala powder
Oil
Salt
Few curry leaves

Potato-peas masala:

Heat enough oil,let crack the cumin seeds and curry leaves, add the chopped onions,chopped green chillies,saute until the onions turns transculent.

Add the green peas,garam masala powder,salt and cook in medium flame, springle some water and cook until the peas gets partially cooked.

Finally add the cubed potatoes,cook for few more minutes until the masala gets well cooked.

Keep aside and let them cool.

For Rolls:
Mix the yeast,sugar and salt in a cup of  luke warm water and keep side for 5minutes until the yeast mixture turns foamy.

Take the whole wheat flour in a bowl,slowly add the foamy yeast,water if needed and olive oil and knead as a soft dough.

Place the dough in a greased bowl, cover the bowl with a towel and arrange in a warm place.

Let them sit for two hours until they double their volume.

After two hours, punch down the doubled dough and knead again, roll as 6-8medium sized balls.



Dust a ball with enough flour, roll it as a medium sized  rectangle disc, place the cheese slice and top it with the potato peas masala,cut the bottom part of the dough as small strips.

Roll the masala placed part gently and place the strips one by one over the rolled part of the disc.

Repeat the same process with the dough and keep the rolls over a baking sheet and let them sit in a warm place for an hour.

Preheat the oven to 350F.

Bake them for 20-25minutes until the crust turns brown.

Finally brush the rolls with melted butter once its comes out of the oven.

Enjoy warm.

39 comments:

  1. Love it and super love the stepwise pictures. Should try it sometime soon...will let you know if I happen to try. They look so tempting and delicious.

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  2. Cute rolls! I like the idea of shaping the rolls! :)

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  3. Perfectly baked.. I love the masala! may be because of my craving for peas!
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  4. omg- it is stunning priya; thanks for sharing the detailed tutorial. wow !

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  5. Wow great Priya... Even I thought of asking the step wise pictures... Thank you dear...

    Event: Dish name starts with P

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  6. wow!..Priya u have to post a wow recipe!..trust me these look awesome..book marked!!

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  7. Interesting one....will surely give a try

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  8. Delicious savory stuffed rolls Priya.

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  9. Love the pattern u made with the roll!

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  10. Ohh this looks delicious, and u churned out the recipe soo fast!

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  11. wow wonderful stuffing and the pictorial very helpful...gud job Priya!

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  12. That looks totally cute Priya, stepwise pictures are very helpful.

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  13. Wow ! That's a lovely post... thanks for ur step by step clicks...
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  14. This is a lovely roll. Will make a good lunch box treat

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  15. These look super Priya, I am a crazy fan of rolls and buns... I love the idea of rolling it in this style, will try it next time. :)

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  16. Wow looks too good and tempting. well explained.

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  17. Mmmmm...Love everything about this recipe Priya..the looks, the filling everything...simply delicious

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  18. Perfect baking...love all your baked items...

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  19. awesome priya...feel like to eat small..those are very cute...delicious.

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  20. Fantastic - I've learned a new technique for rolling dough!

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  21. Priya the stuffed rolls looks awesome.Nice clicks and thanx for stepwise pictures.Sure i will try this recipe.

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  22. super inviting dear!!!Join me in Fast Food - Vermicilli Event.

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  23. The bread looks delicious and appetizing! Yum!

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  24. looks nice.. thanks for the step by step click.. it gives a good idea..

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  25. Loved the rolls pattern... Thanks for the step by step pics. The bread looks so soft n yum

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  26. Very tempting roll, looks super yummy

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  27. these look perfect ...my son thought it was a catterpillar...i have to make this

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  28. Beautifully made Priya!! Would love to grab a bite - its lunch time here:)

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  29. wow... wonderful recipe... perfect rolls... thanks for sharing...

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  30. Tempting rolls. I am sure this would be a crowd pleaser.

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  31. Very interesting rolls:) will surely want to try it,thanks for sharing:)

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  32. beautiful pictures..worth all the work..great rolls..

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  33. I never believed that it is so easy to make this roll pattern, Looks so beautiful..

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