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Papad Rolls Recipe

Published on: July 21, 2013 | Updated on: July 22, 2014
Papad Rolls

Papad Rolls

Papad are very famous in the Indian culture as accompaniments to food. Most regions in India use papad with different ingredients. These can be made out of rice, or lentils like urad and moong. Most varieties of papad that are available in market are dried so they can be made ready to serve in a matter of a few seconds. Its easy to see a papad being fried or cooked over gas and now even being roasted in a microwave. However, what is even more interesting to note is the distinctive and unique taste a papad gets from each method of cooking.

You can actually use the same papad in an innovative way and make it in to rolls fried and filled with potatoes and cottage cheese (paneer). This makes a unique and simple dish which can be served as a snack with your choice of chutney or ketchup. The rolls have a pleasing and inviting appeal and would be loved by all. It is fairly fast to make this dish so it can come handy during unplanned guest visits. So make some delectable Papad Rolls today and enjoy with family and friends.

Ingredients needed for Papad Rolls

Papad – 3-4

Oil for frying

Potato – 2 (Boiled and grated)

Paneer – 1/2 cup   (grated)

Green chili – 2 (chopped)

Fresh coriander – 1 tbsp (chopped)

Salt to taste

Garam masala – 1/2 tsp

How to make Papad Rolls

Mix boiled potatoes, paneer, green chili, coriander, salt and garam masala in a bowl to make a filling.

Take water in a deep plate.

Dip the papad in the water. It will become soft.

Now immediately fill it with a tbsp of filling and seal the ends.

Deep fry in hot oil from both the sides.

Serve hot with ketchup.


I am a dental surgeon turned full time mom of a lovely boy. Apart from running around him and doing a lot of activities with him, I like to cook and experiment with new stuff.


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bristol plasterers April 13, 2015 at 1:23 pm

Great recipe. Thanks for posting this up.


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