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Hi foodies....Bread is considered as the most versatile ingredient for making various  snacks. So lets see how to make the tasty delicious chicken roll with bread which can be served as an evening snack. Bread chicken roll looks very similar to spring roll but is different in making. We know that the Ramadan is very close and this snack is a very popular Iftar dish too. You can stuff the bread slices with your favorite fillings like prawn masala, veg masala, mutton masala and so on. I had done with chicken filling with some veggies. Its a chicken filled bread roll with spicy masala inside and crispy outside. You can also make more filling ahead of time and can refrigerate for 2 days, which can be later used for making cutlets, samosa , pakoda etc.. Whenever i make this bread chicken roll, i used to prepare more rolls and store some un- fried rolls in freezer which will stay for more than 1 week. 
So here is the recipe showing how to make chicken bread rolls / chicken roll with bread. Do try and enjoy.


Bread slices (do not use milk bread)          - 8 slices
Egg                                                             - 1
Bread crumbs                                             - half a cup
All purpose flour                                        - 2 tbsp


Left over chicken / cooked chicken pieces - 5 boneless pieces
Carrot                                                          - half of one
Cabbage                                                      - quarter a cup, chopped
Green chilly                                                 - 1, chopped
Ginger garlic paste                                      - half tsp
Onion                                                           - half of one
Turmeric powder                                         - quarter tsp
Garam masala powder                                 - quarter tsp
Curry leaves


  • You can use left over curried chicken for the filling. Else chop the boneless chicken pieces into small pieces and marinate it with turmeric powder, salt. Cook until done with quarter cup of water. When done, set aside. Once cooled, shred the chicken pieces or chop into fine chunks. Set aside.
  • Heat oil in a pan and when hot, add chopped onion. Saute till done and the add green chilies chopped, ginger garlic paste and saute well.
  • Now add carrot chopped, cabbage chopped, garam masala powder, turmeric powder and salt. Cook until done. 
  • When done, add the shredded chicken pieces along with some curry leaves and toss for few minutes in a high flame.
  • Turn off the flame when it became dry. Set aside.
  • Now take 2 tbsp of maida / all purpose flour and mix with few tsp of normal water like a batter consistency. This is used for closing the ends of bread rolls.
  • Remove the side of the bread ( it is used for making bread crumbs).
  • Now flatten each bread slice by any of these methods...                                        1. You can dip each slice in bread (do not dip completely) and flatten with your palm. Or can use water instead of milk.

                                 2. You can steam each slice and roll it or                  flatten  with rolling pin. 
                                  3. If u have the chappathi presser (as in the pic),        then press each slice with that.

  • Now place 1 or 2 tsp filling in the center lengthwise and apply the maida mixture along the edges. Fold it and press the edges to seal properly.
  • Dip the roll in  whisked egg (add a pinch salt) and then roll in bread crumbs.
  • You can either deep fry it or can toss both sides in less oil.
  • If you have more un- fried chicken rolls, u can also store in an air tight container and keep in freezer. Will stay for weeks. 

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