September 12, 2011

Tricolor Pinwheel

I have seen a lot of people preparing pin wheels with different fillings. And thot I will as well give it a try in a different way!!
Wheat Bread - 10 slices
Carrot - 1/2
Tomato - 1
Red Chili Powder - 1 tsp
Green Capsicum - 1
Green Chili - 2
Coriander Leaves - a handful
Paneer - a handful (grated)
Onion - 1
Ginger Garlic paste - 1 tsp
White Pepper Powder - 2 tsp
Salt to taste
Oil for cooking

Cook chopped carrot, tomato in water; add red chilli powder, salt and mix well in medium heat. Grind coarsely once it cools.
Cook capsicum, green chilies in water; add coriander leaves, salt and mix well in medium heat. Grind coarsely once it cools.
Heat oil; add finely chopped onions, ginger garlic paste and saute till translucent. Add grated paneer, white pepper powder and salt and mix well. Grind coarsely once it cools.
Cut the ends of the bread, and flatten it using a rolling pin. Overlap like a chain and dampen the edges using water, so that it sticks together like one lengthy piece.
Add the carrot/tomato mixture to one bread, paneer/onion mixture to the next and capsicum/coriander mixture next.
Roll like a swiss roll and stick the last edge of the bread using water . Wrap in a cling sheet and freeze it for an hour. Alternatively, use any plastic covering substance to hold the roll tight. Do the same to the next set of bread slices as well.
Cut the roll, into pieces of 1 inch thickness. You can shallow fry on a tawa or serve it raw with tomato ketchup and mint chutney.

Sending this entry to Torviewtoronto's Food Palette Series Finale Rainbow Colors

Bon Appetit!!


Torviewtoronto said...

thank you for linking this delicious looking colourful sandwiches

Fahad Khan said...

I feel like eating one right now.:-)