Thursday, September 25, 2008

Spring Rolls

This Recipe is again one of favourites at iftar,the stuffing is so makes u feel like having more and more.Have made this many times with my mom,its a favorite at my mum's and also at my in-laws place.,i dedicate this to my cousin nafay,who has made a special request for me to post this recipe...sorry nafay wasnt able to post this from so many days...finally here it goes..

INGREDIENTS For the Stuffing
  1. Beans 100grms
  2. Carrots 100grms
  3. Cabbage 100grms
  4. Capsicum 100grms
  5. Chicken 100grms(boiled and shredded)
  6. Spring Onions 50grms
  7. Potatoes 150grms(optional)
  8. Green chilles 10
  9. Coriander leaves 1 bunch
  10. Ajinomoto 1/2Tspn
  11. Green chilli sauce 1Tspn
  12. Finely chopped Ginger 1Tspn
  13. Finely chopped Garlic 1Tspn
  14. Black Pepper powder 1-2Tspn(if u want it to be spicy)
  15. Soya sauce 2drops
  16. Fresh Lemon juice or Vinegar 1Tbspn
  17. Salt to taste
  18. Spring roll Flabs or Samosa flabs will also do
  1. Chop beans,capsicum,green chillies and spring onions finely.
  2. Grate carrots,potatoes and cabbage.
  3. Boil the chicken and shred it.
  4. Take a kadai add 3Tbspns of oil with ginger-garlic pieces and fry for a minute.
  5. Add spring onions,capsicum,green chillies,beans ,carrots,cabbage,potatoes .
  6. Add the masalas like ajinomoto,soya sauce,black pepper pwdr and chilli sauce.Also add chicken.
  7. Fry for 5-7 minutes and add some salt.
  8. Keep frying and add lemon juice or vinegar .
  9. Garnish with coriander leaves and cool it.
  10. Take a spring roll flab and put about 2Tspns of stuffing in the middle and roll it .Seal with water
  11. Deep fry to golden Brown in colour.


syeda said...

looks great...what are you going to make for eid? anything new? do let me know, and for the kababs, do u blend the minced meet? and how does the minced meat stick to the skewers, mine usually drops after few mins:(

maimoona said...

I love spring rolls, will sure give it a try, ur recipe looks yummy.

Mona said...

Anjum, At modern Hyderabadi weddings nowadays, Spring rolls are a must in the menu as a starter, have you noticed? They are my favorite!
I will be trying your recipe soon inshallah.

meeso said...

I love your blog, there are lots of delicious looking recipes... These spring rolls look awesome :)

Kitchen Flavours said...

Spring rolls look gr8.

Yasmeen said...

Spring rolls are quite popular here too, every Indian partying has it in the menu.
thanks for your recipe:)

Nazarina A said...

Oooooh love love love it. Don't you just love the crunch and love your filling!

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