08 June, 2018

Chicken Spring Roll -- salty snacks



Spring rolls are favourite to almost every palate among your friend and family. Its easy to make and very delicious to taste.

INGREDIENTS:

For Pancake:
1 Egg,
1/2 Cup Maida,
water,
salt,
oil

For Filling:
200 gm boneless Chicken,
1 medium sized Onion (chopped),
1/2 cup grated Carrot,
4 Beans (chopped),
1/2 cup cabbage (grated)
3 Capsicum (finely chopped),
1/2 cup Beans sprout,
2 tsp Soya sauce,
salt & oil
Cornflower

Method of Cooking:

1)Take Maida in a bowl. Add salt, egg and water to make a batter. Mix cornflower and water to make a tight paste.

2)Put boneless chicken in a blender jar. Blend it to make chicken keema.

3)Heat oil in a pan. Add chopped onions in it. Fry till it turns light brown. Add all grated vegetables. Fry for 3-4 minutes. Add chicken keema in it. saute for 5-6 minute in low flame. Add salt. Cover it and cook for few minutes till the chicken and vegetables boiled. Add soya sauce. Stir well and cook for another few minutes to dry up the filling. Crispy spring rolls need dry fillings.. Take it in a bowl and keep aside.

4) Heat oil in a non-stick pan. Add some batter in the pan and make a round shape like roti to make a pan cake. Fry one side of the pan cake and add filling to that side.

5) How much filling should you put in one spring roll depends on the size of the wrapper. Too much filling can break while deep frying and it is not tasty if too little filling is used. Now roll it. Cover the edges of the roll with cornflower paste. Wrap the rolls tightly with no air pockets.

6)Freeze the rolls until hard enough. Then deep fry the frozen spring rolls directly.Now fry it in the non-stick pan till it turns golden brown. Your spring roll is ready. serve hot.

Nutrition Facts
For a Serving Size of 2 piece

Calories 110

% Daily Value *
Total Fat 4.8g
Saturated fat 0.8g
Monounsaturated fat 1.2g
Polyunsaturated fat 2.5g
Cholesterol 3mg
Sodium 207mg
Potassium 76mg
Carbohydrates 14g
Net carbs 13g -
Fiber 1g 4%
Glucose 2.6g

* The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs.


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