Potato Stuffed Bread Rolls

Breakfast is the first and most important meal of the day. It is said that we have to eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a beggar. The menu varies from place to place. Globally there are very wide range of preparations and ingredients that are associated with breakfast. Me being south Indian, out typical breakfast consists of idly, dosa, upma, poori etc.... Now that I am living in USA for quite sometime now, we have changed our menu to cereal, toasted bread, oatmeal, scrambled eggs etc.... I sometimes mix and match the menu and ingredients involved in it. 

Today's recipe is one such mix and match dish of french toast and bread roll. I had some left over  potato which I used for making parathas. Here I will cutting the edges of bread then roll it to make it thin. Fill it with potato and fold it to dip in  beaten eggs. This dish was so delicious and filling. I served it with some sliced avocados too to make it more rich and healthy. 

This recipes goes to week 3, day 3 of BM 103 under the theme " Roll and Fold for buns...".

Ingredients for stuffing:

Large potato boiled 1
Chopped green chili 1/4 tsp
Turmeric powder 1/4 tsp
Salt to taste
Garam masala 1/4 tsp

Ingredients for rolls:

Bread 3 slices
Egg 1
Salt to taste
Oil 2 spoons


Peel the skin of potato and mash it in a mixing bowl.
Add salt to taste along with turmeric powder, chopped chili and garam masala.
Mix everything well and set aside.
Beat egg in a bowl / plate along with some salt to taste.
Now cut the edges of the bread and roll it thin with a rolling pin.
Place 2 spoons full of mashed potato mixture in the center as shown in the picture.

Fold it to close from all the sides.
Heat a non stick tawa / flat pan and add some oil.
Now dip the folded bread it in the egg mixture and place it on the hot tawa. 
Repeat the same with rest of the bread rolls.
Cook on both sides until golden brown / completely cooked on medium flame.
Serve hot with ketchup and sliced Avocado.

Check to see what my fellow bloggers are cooking for Blogging Marathon 103.


Sowmya :) said...

That’s a filling breakfast. So tasty and sumptuous. Lovely pick!!

Narmadha said...

Love the way you have shaped like puffs. Any stuffing with potatoes is always a hit.