Crispy Potato Rolls

Potato rolls NG

Hi friends! An easy to make and tasty appetizer for Potato lovers! Use Air frier as a healthier option for cooking it.

Serves: 4
Style:
Indian Vegetarian

Ingredients:

  • 4 potatoes, medium size
  • 6 slice bread, multigrain
  • 1tsp cumin seeds, roasted and powdered
  • 2  green chilies, finely chopped
  • 2  tbsp coriander leaves, finely chopped
  • 1/2 tsp red chili powder
  • 2 tsp Dry mango powder
  • 1 level tsp salt or / salt to taste
  • 1  tsp ginger, finely grated
  • 4 tbsp sesame seeds
  • Oil for deep frying

Method:

Step 1.

Put the washed potatoes in a pressure cooker with two cups of water and close the lid. Place the cooker on high flame. The moment full pressure is formed , reduce the heat to low flame for 5 minutes. Switch off the stove. When pressure cooker is cooled to room temperature, open the lid and take out the boiled potatoes.

Step 2.

Peel and mash the potatoes in a mixing bowl keep aside.

Step 3.

Take a bowl with water to wet the bread. Dip the bread slices one by one and dampen them with water, place the slices between your palms and press, squeezing out the excess water from the bread slices and mash them well.

Step 4.

 Now in the mixing bowl take mashed potatoes, mashed bread slices, green chilies, chopped coriander leaves, salt, cumin powder, red chili powder, dry mango powder, grated ginger and mix very well.

Step 5.

Take twenty four equal portions of the mix and make a roll with each portion and keep aside.

Step 6.

In a plate sprinkle sesame seeds, take each roll and roll over the sesame seeds in a way that each roll is well quoted with the sesame seeds. Keep aside.

Step 7.

Heat the oil for deep frying on high flame. Drop in the rolls slowly. Reduce the heat and fry on medium flame stirring frequently till the rolls are crisp and golden brown in color. Drain on a kitchen paper towel.

Step 8.

Serve hot with green coriander Chutney or tomato ketchup.

Health benefits of the potatoes:

Yet far from being the devil’s food, a cooked new potato has only 26 calories and is packed with nutrients. A key to lasting weight loss is eating foods that make you feel full for longer.’You should eat complex carbohydrates such as potatoes, rather than simple carbohydrates like sugar or biscuits which give a short energy boost followed by hunger pangs,’ she says. ‘In this way, potatoes can help you reduce binge-eating.’

Nutritious: Potatoes provide the body with an essential source of fuel and energy, which you need even when dieting. Potatoes provide the body with an essential source of fuel and energy, which you need even when dieting. As a rich carbohydrate source, they help to fuel all reactions in the body which you need for movement, thinking, digestion and cellular renewal.

Vitamin Booster:

Potatoes were eaten by 19th Century English and Spanish sailors to fend off scurvy. Surprisingly rich in immune-boosting Vitamin C, a medium potato (150g) with the skin provides 27mg, almost half of the recommended daily intake. Potatoes are also a rich source of Vitamin B, folate and minerals such as potassium, magnesium and iron. Potatoes are underground tubers, meaning that they store all the vitamins and minerals needed for growing new potato plants in spring. Rather than being bland and starchy, they’re actually full of nutrients.

Super food: One new potato contains just 26 calories

BLOOD PRESSURE

Potatoes have kukoamines. Traditional Chinese Medicine uses a plant, Lycium chinense – which also contains kukoamines – as a tea to lower blood pressure. A few good servings of potatoes a day would have some blood-pressure lowering activity.

CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE

Potatoes have flavonoids, which help protect against cardiovascular-disease by lowering levels of bad LDL-cholesterol and keeping arteries fat-free. The B vitamins in potatoes also protect arteries. Vitamin B6, found in potatoes, reduces levels of a molecule called homocysteine which is involved in inflammation and the furring up of arteries. High homocysteine levels are associated with a significantly increased risk of heart attack and stroke.

GUT HEALTH

A single baked potato will provide nearly 12 per cent of the daily recommended amount of fibre, giving similar levels to whole grain breads, pastas and cereals. High levels of dietary fibre and ‘bulking agents’ support healthy digestion and regular bowel movements, while giving a protective effect from colon cancer.

 

STRESS

Potatoes are exceedingly rich in Vitamin B6, a substance needed for cellular renewal, a healthy nervous system and a balanced mood. Just  100g of baked potato contains 21 per cent of the daily value of the vitamin. It is used to make neurotransmitters –substances that deliver messages from one cell to the next. Neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine are needed for the regulation of mood and Vitamin B6 is needed to make them. It is also used to make adrenaline, hormones that help us respond to stress, and GABA, a substance linked to relaxation and a feeling of well being.

 

Ref. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1206765/Why-potatoes-suprising-health-benefit-key-lasting-weight-loss.html

Nick’s kitchen Disclaimer:

  • Nick’s kitchen is for Vegetarians. It sometimes provides education and support to individuals who want to become vegetarian, or move toward a more vegetarian diet.
  • Nick’s kitchen provides some information on vegetarian and vegan diets to the best of their knowledge and abilities.
  • Nick’s kitchen does not claim to be health care professional, nutritionist, nor does it claims to treat any illness through vegan or vegetarian diet.
  • If you have a medical condition,Nick’s kitchen recommend that you consult your health care professionals before changing your diet.
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