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Bread Paneer Rolls

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Spicy bread Paneer rolls are great as an appetizer and a tasty compliment for afternoon tea. This is very easy and quick recipe to make. Paneer, is an Indian cheese also known as chena that is liked by all and used in many dishes. Bread paneer rolls are made with spiced paneer rolled in bread.

Recipe will make 6 bread paneer rolls.

Bread Paneer Rolls Recipe by ManjulaIngredients:

  • 6 slices of soft white bread

Filling

  • 1 cup shredded paneer, available in Indian grocery stores
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon cumin seeds (jeera)
  • Pinch of black pepper
  • 1 teaspoon ginger finely shredded (adrak)
  • 2 tablespoons cilantro finely chopped (hara dhania)
  • 1 teaspoon finely chopped green chili, adjust to your taste
  • About 1-2 tablespoons hot milk, use as needed

Also Need to Grill

  • 2 tablespoons clarified butter (ghee) 

Method

  1. Mix well all the filling ingredients, except milk. The texture of the mix should be soft enough to spread on bread. If needed add milk as needed. Set aside.
  2. Trim the edges of the bread slices.
  3. Roll the bread very thin using rolling pin. Spread a thin layer of the mix over ¾ of the bread slice, and roll it into a cylinder, making sure ends are sealed, if needed brush the edges with water.
  4. Lightly butter all around and grill on skillet over medium heat. Keep turning them, making sure rolls are evenly browned all around.
  5. Serve them hot or at room temperature they taste great. You can also slice them in two to three pieces.

Variations

Instead of paneer you can also use the boiled mashed potato with same spices.


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82 thoughts on “Bread Paneer Rolls

  1. Hello M’am,

    If i’m making it for large crowd, can i make the rolls in advance say a day before and refrigerate and bake or grill them on the day?
    If im baking, how long should i be baking them?

  2. Hello, Looks very yummy! I wanted to try it for my son’s graduation party. I need to make in larger quantity. Instead of roasting them on skittle can I put them in own for backing? Can I make them a day before and back them on the day of party? Thanks,

  3. Hello Manjula mam,

    Iam very glad to say that i like your recipes very much. I make a try in my home for my kid and found it very easy and tasty. Thank u for giving us such interesting recipes.

  4. Mam, your recepies are very good, i am not good cook but still trying to be by following your recepies mostly for dinner, thanks keep sharing pls…

  5. Hi manjula aunty,

    Off lately only I started viewing ur received videos.. U r actually sooooo cute..
    I love the way u demonstrate the receipts..
    I hv tried 2 receipes till now and they turned out well.
    Thanks alot…
    Love u… Muuuuhahhhh

    Best rgds
    Madhuri..

  6. It is really tasty and easy to do. My son liked it very much. Thank you for the recipe. I tried many things from your kitchen. All are easy to do. Video will help us in understanding better. Thank you Madam

  7. Dear Madam, your all recipes are really very helpful for me because you made it easy for the beginners like me. Thankyou very much God Bless You.

  8. mam…..it’s a big hello from me!!!!!
    actually I used same fillings..but changed a lil bit in receipe…I made balls rather than rolls….I removed bread edges…n took some water….slightly dipped bread into water…n by the help of palm I drained all water from bread ..put those filings..made balls n rolled them in suzi(semolina) n fried those balls……really tat crunch was just awsm…wid ur panner fillings…..

  9. Dear Madam,

    can we deep fry the bread with texture of Semolina ( Sooji ) instead of grill?
    just like Bread Roll

  10. Mam
    It was very delicious recipe, I tried it and everybody at my home liked it very much.
    thanks for sharing it.

  11. Hello Manjula Aunty,
    I follow all your recipes ….have always loved them. I have learnt a lot from it…
    with this recipe, I just wanted to know is it possible to bake these bread rolls? Just for a no oil version?

    Thanks

  12. Manjula Didi

    My name is Shruti Saraf and I live in Boston, MA.

    I cannot thank you enough for your wonderful, easy dishes. Prefect ‘recipe’ for being a ‘super mum’! THANK YOU!

    Best Regards

    Shruti

  13. Hi Ma’am,
    How are you Ma’am.
    I tried most of your recipe.
    Not only my family liked them.
    Most of my friends liked my cooking.
    I try all your recipes and its been a super hit.
    Many thanks to you ma’am.
    From,
    Jaya

  14. Tried this today and was running out of potatoes so mixed boiled peas n cheese instead. Also added a little garam masala n tomato ketchup to the mixture. It turned out really awesome n crispy. And the best thing is even my 18 month old daughter enjoyed it. Will try it with paneer next tym and I’m sure it will be equally awesome. Thanks for this easy yet tasty tea time snack.

  15. Hi Aunty,

    1) can I deep fry these rolls in oil? as I am not having skillet like u have.
    Or
    2) can I grill it in my microwave oven?

      1. I have something to Add. If you want to deep fry- Make a thin mixture of Cornflour and water. Dip your rolls in that and then put them for deep frying till golden brown. Make sure ends are sealed….

  16. Good Morning Ma’m,

    Wanted to let you know that even men like me try out your recipies and you make cooking fun. Thanks a lot for taking the time to post these here.

  17. Manjula Ji
    thanks for the nice recipe
    used it as an appetizer in a dinner party and
    everyone loved it. used slightly smaller pieces of bread so to make
    it sort of finger food. also added to the filling some crushed kasoori methi
    leaves which gave a nice twist. highly reccomended

    Fir milenge.

  18. Hi Madam,
    recently i bought IFB 30sc3 oven .I saw ur venilla cake recipe in you tube very nice, But the problem is i dont no how to set the temperature and dont no how to set in which mode like Convention, Micro+convention or etc.
    Let me know how to set the temparate Please

  19. Hello aunt.. this one is a good snack time recipe..can you suggest me some simple easy and quick to make healthy snacks..actually i’m a begginer in this field..so wanted to try something new!

  20. Hi ma’am,
    Thanks for sharing a gr8 recipe. I want to make this for a get together party… Can I roll the bread & paneer in the afternoon and cook them on skillet in the evening. I will keep in the fridge till than. Pls reply

  21. Hi aunty..
    Hw cn I search other recipes from ur website. I want dum aloo ka recipe. I culd nt find better option den u .. coz ur recipe r awesome

    1. Thanks for this gud recipe.
      My bread usually breaks from all sides n so i cant roll the bread properly. Is there any type of bread DAT u have used or there’s any other problem for this plzz reply mam.

  22. Looks Awesome!! Something new out of bread if bored. Will definitely try it out.

    Thank you for such simple snack recipe.

    Manik

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