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I'm thinking she does a much better job at. Roll up the dough long-wise, making a log. My mom used to make these Beet Rolls at least once a month. You can have Beet Rolls using 11 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Beet Rolls
- You need of big Beetroot.
- Prepare of Potato.
- It’s of Bread crumbs.
- Prepare of Salt.
- You need of Red chilli powder.
- You need of Jeera powder / Cumin powder.
- You need of Amchur Powder.
- You need of Garam Masala.
- Prepare of Mint leaves(finely chopped.
- You need of Coriander leaves (finely chopped).
- It’s of Oil – for frying.
She'd make several dozen whenever she had fresh beet leaves and freeze them, if there were any left after dinner. Over the summer our local CSA hosted a "kids on the farm" day and it was one of the highlights of our summer. It was such a treat to visit a real farm and see how and where all of. These challah rolls use borscht as its liquid.
Beet Rolls step by step
- First boil the potatoes, roughly mash them and keep aside. Also, boil the beet root and grate it finely..
- Add the mashed potato, grated beetroot, salt, chilli, jeera, amchur, garam masala, mint, coriander leaves to a large mixing bowl. Now, mix all the ingredients until well combined..
- Now heat a pan with oil for shallow frying and set the flame to Medium..
- While the oil is getting heated, take a small portion of the dough. Roll it into a log shape..
- Now, place the rolls on the pan and shallow fry them.
- Keep turning so that they get cooked from all the sides evenly Take out on an absorbent paper when done Enjoy with chutney.
It gives the rolls a beautiful pink color and adds a nice sweetness. Serve these an appetizer with some roast beef or pastrami and horseradish mayonnaise. The roll wrapped with cream cheese smeared in a fluffy sponge is in essence. However, it can be diversified by using a variety of vegetables, or even nothing, instead of beets. Place sliced beets with juice and sliced carrots with juice onto cabbage rolls.
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