Dahi Ke Sholey


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Dahi ke sholey
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These Bread curd fire rolls are delicious evening snack that can be hit party snack .Dahi ke sholay a easy kuds appetiser requires few ingredients and is absolutely mouth melting.A decorative snack serve with green chutney.

Ingredients:- ( Serve 9 )

  • 500 gm Curd / Dahi
  • 1 tbsp finely chopped Sweet corn / Makki
  • 1 medium Onion / Pyaaz
  • 1 tbsp finely chopped Carrot / Gajar
  • 1 tbsp finely chopped green Coriander / Hara dhaniya
  • Salt to taste
  • 1 full tsp Cream cheese
  • 1/2 tsp green Chilli paste / Hari mirch
  • 1/2 tsp Mango powder / Aamchur
  • Oil for frying
  • Fresh soft Bread slices
  • 1 tsp Refined flour / Maida

Method :-

  1. Over a sieve spread a Cotton or a muslin cloth and drop Curd over it.
  2. Tie the cloth into a sack and let it be over the sieve for 2-3 hours till the whole Water drips off.This will make our hung curd.
  3. Take out thick hung curd in a bowl.
  4. Add Onion,Sweet corn,Carrot,Coriander,Cream cheese ,Chilli paste,and Mango powder.Mix and then add Salt,again mix.
  5. Cut the edges of the bread and roll it flat with a rolling pin.
  6. Make a slurry paste with Refined flour and little Water.
  7. Drop one full teaspoons filling on the Bread slice.Apply the paste over the Bread edges and close it from corner to corner or roll it cylindrical like a log.Lightly press to sepal the edges.
  8. Fry Dahi ke Sholay over a medium high flame till golden brown and flip in between while frying for even frying on both sides.
  9. Strain over paper towel and serve hot with any green chutney.

Tips :-

  • Don’t squeeze the made sack to take out Water.
  • Don’t add Salt over the veggies to avoid release of Water from veggies.
  • Your bread should be soft and fresh otherwise it will break while rolling out.
  • If your bread is in fridge take it out couple of hours before rolling.
  • Don’t make your bread too wet otherwise it will absorb lot if Oil while frying and don’t fry Bread over low heat to avoid Oil absorbing.

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