The B tiffin

The B tiffin day, so what will we have?

So today is day B for tiffins so what all are we packing in tiffins well!

Bread roll

breakfast energy nutritious bars

banana pieces in fruit

Other options

bread pizza – filled with a lot of veggies and cheese and a hit among kids.

Bread poha

Bread butter

Batata vada


Here I am sharing the procedure for the Bread roll, my little one’s top favorite with bread.

Bread roll

  • Bread – 4 slices
  • 3-4 Potatoes boiled and mashed or you can grate them for a uniform mixture
  • 1/4th cup Green peas boiled
  • 1 onion finely chopped
  • 2 tbsp Coriander leaves finely chopped
  • 1/2 inch grated ginger
  • 2 green chilies finely chopped, suit your kid’s taste
  • ½ tsp – Jeera/ Cumin powder
  • 1/4th tsp red chilly powder
  • a pinch of turmeric( I add turmeric to everything generally because of its antiseptic properties)
  • 1/2 tsp Coriander powder
  • 1/4th tsp Garam masala powder or you can add little Maggi masala-e magic too.
  • 1/4th tsp amchur powder/ Dry mango powder
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil – for frying


  • In a mixing bowl or large plate take the boiled potatoes, add onion, coriander, mint, peas, green chilies, and all dry spices. Crumble the potatoes along with so all spices get mixed up properly.
  • Mix everything properly removing all lumps, if you feel the raw taste it’s completely optional to saute all lightly for few minutes although I prefer the raw taste.
  • Best time to add few nuts finely chopped so they get mixed us and reach kids tummy without any fuss.


    • Cut off the edges of the bread slices on each side using a knife.
    • Now prepare small dough balls from the prepared stuffing. Give these dough balls log shape and place it on a plate. Similarly, prepare dough balls until the entire stuffing is utilized.


      • Take ¾ cup of water in a plate or large bowl for dipping bread and prepare the rolls.
      • Take lift one bread slice, dip it water so it is wet from both sides, and squeeze lightly and nicely with both hands until all of the excess water is drained/ removed.
      • Now place one stuffing ball over the bread slice and seal it properly from all sides. Make the roll with log shape in between pressing from all sides to avoid any openings.
      • Place the prepared roll on a plate and likewise prepare rest of the rolls as well.
      • Heat enough oil in a wok, ensure the oil for frying rolls should be heated well, else the rolls will absorb too much oil and will be very oily to eat.

Fry the bread roll until it gets golden brown in color from all sides. Flip the sides using a ladle. The bread will turn golden brown in color from all sides. once done remove from oil and drain the excess oil by holding ladle on the sides of the wok.
Drain out the roll over a plate with paper towel/ tissue/ or any absorbent paper and similarly fry rest of the rolls as well.

Mouthwatering bread rolls are ready.

These rolls are crispy outside and soft inside with spicy and tasty stuffing.

Once they are off the steam just pack them in Tiffin with ketchup or chutney as per your kid’s preference.


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Batata Wada

Today is Day 2 with letter “B” of AtoZ challenge.

My theme for the challenge is ‘Tackling Tiffin tantrums” to help ease lunchbox woes for moms & kids.

If you liked this post then do drop a comment below. Don’t forget to share this post with your friends and family.

That’s all for today, see you tomorrow!

Linking with #BlogchatterA2Z and #AtoZ Challenge for April 2019



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42 Responses

  1. The Queen says:

    I am going to try this for sure

    B for Bugs Bunny

  2. Your posts and a delicious traps for foodies like me 😃

  3. What a wonderful idea/theme to post tiffin recipes from different alphabets. Really liked it, all the more being a food blogger myself. Btw, bread rolls looks inviting, as they are my favorite too.

  4. abhijit says:

    Looks delicious!

  5. I love bread roll. But at the age of 52, my stomach does not agree with a lot of fried items. So I stay off Bread Roll usually. But when I am in the office and in the canteen, sometimes I am unable to resist the temptation and eat Bread Roll and face the consequences. But I never learn my lesson. 🙂

  6. Suhasini says:

    Another wonderful recipe from you…we do it regularly at home

  7. Rashi Roy says:

    Awesome ideas. Loved them all.

  8. Batatawada♥️♥️♥️ Loved the post. Now i got cravings for batatawada. 🙈 loving your posts

  9. Roma says:

    You won’t believe only yesterday I was telling my little one that I will make bread rolls for him and here I get the recipe buddy

  10. Mann says:

    Saved the post…I am going to turn into a good cook poat april I guess 😊.

  11. Deepa says:

    Bread rolls are our family favourite. Even I have a recipe on my blog. They look yummy.

  12. Another delicious post 🙂

  13. Bread rolls are my favorite and after reading this post and the mouthwatering pics you have shared, I am craving for them. But got a bad cold so cant eat now.

  14. Sanjota says:

    I love Bread Rolls! It’s been a long time I prepared them. They are perfect with tea 🙂

  15. Varsha says:

    Umm, this was a super tempting post. Never tried a bread roll this way, I will try it sure 🙂

    AtoZChallenge #BlogchatterAtoZ #vigorousreads

  16. Ye toh khana khazana hain… Such a useful post….

  17. Kislaya says:

    Batata vada is my favorite.
    Once I want to cook something, I am soon at a loss of ideas, but your post is a refreshing way to include variety in my everyday food and tiffin!

  18. All my favorite at one place… Tummylicious

  19. Sudip Saha says:

    Thanks for sharing the recipes. I’m bookmarking this post. Will try them in the near future.

  20. Bread rolls are made pretty often at our home. Usually, I grill them in the microwave to avoid the frying. Bread pizza… I think I will make it tomorrow. Thanks for the inspiration 🙂

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