Crispy Bread Cigar Rolls

Bread Cigar Rolls, are one of biggest hit rolls at my place.. I started making it first, when my kiddo started her school, and that was about 5 years back... She is now 8, and still this is one of the lunch which is still loved by her... Whenever these rolls goes in her lunch, she finishes her lunch... I make it atleast once in a week.. She says it stays crisp till her lunch time.. Isn't tht good...

The best thing, I like about these rolls are, they are very easy, non-oily as they are pan fried and can be made in little notice of time, with all dry cooked veggies and minced kababs can be used in these rolls, whatever is available can be used in these rolls.... My this post is dedicated to my dear friend, "Fozia Khan". Our conversation about a snack item in Iftaar, made me think, that I never posted this dish in my blog, for my friends...

So, here is the recipe for Crispy Bread Cigar Rolls, for you guys to try-

Ingredients you will need for 5 rolls-

  1. Bread - 5
  2. Paneer - 1  small cube - grated(arounnd 100 grams)
  3. Onion - 1/2 cup (chopped)
  4. Cheese  - 1 cup (shredded)
  5. Salt to taste
  6. Red Chilli Powder - 1/2 tsp
  7. Zeera Powder - 1 tsp
  8. Dy cilantro leaves (crushed) - 1 tsp
  9. Ghee as required
Directions - 

  • Grate Paneer.

  • Add spices like salt, Red Chili powder, Zeera powder and dry cilantro leaves, and Mix.

  • Take a slice of bread, remove the edges.

  • Roll it b rolling pin.

  • Place Paneer stuffing on one side, and shredded cheese on other part of bread, towards on end, but not at the end.

  • Start rolling from the Paneer side.

  • Roll it tightly to the end, making sure no cheese is coming out.

  • Repeat the same for all breads.

  • Roast it on warm pan, with few drops of Ghee.

  • Keep turning so it doesn't get burnt..

  • Roast at the ends too.

  • Enjoy it hot with dip of your choice...

NOTE  - 
  1. If you are packing it for lunch, let it cool down a bit... Packing it hot, will create a moisture and which will make it soft... 
  2. Roast in Non-stick pan, at low to medium temperature with Ghee..


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