28 September 2011

Toasted Sandwich Rolls

Do you think all rolls are the same? Then check this out. A very different roll made from bread! What else can you ask for? A healthy, crunchy and baked sandwich roll - a perfect snack for all. Stuffed with potatoes and spices makes it energy packed too. This is perfect for picnics, lunch box or even as a break time snack at office.


8 slices of bread
3 medium  potatoes boiled and mashed
1 small onion finely diced
1/2 teaspoon ginger paste
1/2 teaspoon  garam masala
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon sugar ( I used 1/4 tsp)
2 finely chopped green chillies ( I used only 1)
1/2 teaspoon chilli powder ( I used 1/4 tsp)
1 tablespoon olive oil 
Salt as required

In a pan heat oil . Add onions and saute till it becomes translucent.
Add ginger paste and saute.
Add chillies and saute.
Add the chilly powder, garam masala and salt.
When the raw smell is gone add the mashed potatoes, lemon juice and sugar. Mix well.
Remove from heat and let it cool.
Divide the masala into 8 portions.
Then roll it like sausages approximately the width of the bread.
Chill it for 15 minutes.
In the mean time remove the crusts of the bread.
Roll it using a rolling pin and flatten.
Place the sausage shaped masala on the bread and roll it. Paste the ends using little water.
Repeat this for all the flattened bread slices.
Preheat oven for 10 minutes at 200 degree C.
Brush some oil in a baking tray and place the rolls in it.
Brush little oil on the rolls too.
Bake for 15 minutes in the oven or till the rolls turn golden brown.
Serve it just like that for kids and with coriander chutney/tomato sauce for others.

Add more chilly  and adjust as per spice preference.
Use large sandwich bread to make these rolls.


  1. Great looking rolls,you have made it so well! Lovely clicks!

  2. Wow..toasted sandwich rolls look absolutely delicious..never tried this.. should give it a try..

  3. wow... the rolls look absolutely delicious.. never tried this before.. should give it a try..

  4. healthy sandwich...surely kids will like it!!nice presentation rinku!

  5. Wow...looks very tempting...Beautiful clicks...

  6. Wow Rinku, the toasted bread rolls look so tempting! Perfect for an evening snack :)

  7. I love this rink. This is such a great alternative to the usual deep fried bread rolls. The presentation and the colors are superb :)

  8. toast is looking attractive yummyy presentation is super

  9. nice looks superbbb clicks also superbbb

  10. wow! taste bhi health bhi. so yummy!

  11. Perfect for tea time snacks. I usually prepare it with garlic and cheese. Loved this version too.


  12. these look perfectly baked...simple yet delicious...nice presentation!...shall try them on Sunday tea time snack...care to join?.....

  13. yummy snack ! would try this out soon :-)

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  14. Lovely presentation. Love the chutneys too. You go to great Pain to click in different backdrops.

  15. Lovely clicks and a great recipe as well

  16. This would be a great appetizer, lovely presentation.

  17. Lovely rolls...my kiddo will like it too...beautiful presentation.

  18. o my what a lovely looking platter- bookmarking this !

  19. Looks really nice Rinku. Thanks for your comments. I tried to leave you comment last night, but for some reason it would not save my comment.. I was so glad to blog hop urs. It was a pleasure.. There are tons of them, that I want to try.. I can blog hop u every wk. :o)

  20. aah mouthwatering rolls.nicely presented

  21. Absolutely love this and how beautifully presented. Love your presentation plate and 2 sided dip spoon :)

  22. I love bread rolls but deep frying them makes them such indulgent stuff. Liked the way it has come out baked!

  23. These have come out perfect. Thanks for trying this recipe from simply.food.I am so happy you enjoyed it.

  24. lovely and tempting rolls.
    indu srinivasan

  25. yummy rolls...i usually make this by shallow frying..Will try the baked version as it looks too good

  26. wow what a lovely presentation and rolls look lip smacking yum!

  27. Luvly Sandwich rolls recipe has been posted.Clicks Luk invitingly appetizing.Following U.

  28. Truly Mouth Watering... Amazing clicks.. Love the spoon along side. :)

  29. thats a lovely recipe, baked version sounds great, wonderful presentation..

  30. I also do the same rolls...Will post my version soon...Yours look lovely....

  31. Rinku, the recipe sounds so easy and tasty and your photos make them come alive. And the presentation in the 5th photo in the three portion plate is so like a professional chef's! i was in awe. btw, to what temperature should we preheat the oven?

  32. @La @ FoodSlice ..Thanks dear. I missed it. Have made the correction. Its 200 degree C

  33. this is a regular at home so yummy

    lovely clicks

  34. First time here..Wow I was drooling by seeing all the clicks..Woderful blog.Following u.

  35. Pictures okke adipoli akunundu kto Rinku :)...Keep going :)..
    nice recipe and styled nicely

  36. Perfect recipe for the kids lunch box :-) waiting to explore your blog :-)

  37. lovely recipe for snacks....Found you through blog hop....following your lovely space...hope to see you in my blog soon....and do check my events and participate
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  38. the toasted sandwich looks awesome...superb clicks...

  39. wow..jus awesome..wondering wat to do with the sandwich bread lying on the counter..now i know it...thanks a ton...


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