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Thursday, February 28, 2013

China Challs

Hope all are doing good. Here I came with this fusion snack, which I made yesterday evening for my family. Try and I hope your family will enjoy too.



                                                                                         
Ingredients


Bread Slices                             4-6                                    
Chopped Cabbage                   half bowl
Chopped Carrot                       half bowl
Chopped Capsicum                  half bowl
Boiled Noodles(chopped)        half bowl
Sweet Chilly Sauce                  1 Tbsp
Tomato Sauce                         1 spoon
Soya Sauce                             1/2 spoon                                                
Vinegar                                   1/2 tsp
White Pepper Powder             1/2 tsp
Chopped Onion                      1/2 bowl
Chopped green chilly               1/2 tsp
Chopped ginger                       1 tsp
Semolina                                 50 gms
Salt                                         to taste
Oil                                          for deep frying


                                   

Method

 In a mixing bowl combine noodles, cabbage, carrot, capsicum, green chilly, ginger  and chopped onion.
Seasoned it with salt, white pepper powder, tomato sauce, sweet chilly sauce, vinegar and soya sauce. Mix very well. Keep aside for stuffing.
                                                                                                                      
Take water in a broad vessel. Now dip one slice of bread in water for a second, then squeeze out the excess water between palms. Place little amount of stuffing in the centre of the moist bread and close carefully to prepare china challs. Prepare the other challs in similar way. Take semolina in a flat container roll over each china chall.

Heat sufficient oil in a deep bottom pan. Deep fry the challs till golden brown in color on medium flame. Serve hot with tomato ketchup. Enjoy.

16 comments:

  1. Woww looks yummilicious...Wish I could grab that platter... :) Yum!!!

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  2. Beautifully done, who can resist to this wonderful and delicious dish.

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  3. looks good and yummy..
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  5. I used to make with aloo and love this Chinese twist..Yummo.

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  6. Nice take on the usual bread rolls.

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  8. Hello ,
    Its yummy...for the foodie like me its a jackpot..I would like to try one of these definitely ...
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    Regards
    Bhavik shah

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  9. Innovative preparation...Loved this idea...

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