Bread Rolls

Breakfast made easy with air-fryer baked Vegan bread rolls. They are the perfect grab-n- go rolls that are healthy, filling and made with simple ingredients. A yummy breakfast that you will just love!

Bread RollsWeekday morning craziness is completely normal in every household. Everyone is on the go and requires a healthy, filling breakfast to start their day right. So, when life is this busy, portable breakfasts are a lifesaver! Today’s recipe, Vegan bread rolls will completely fit into your busy schedule and will save you some precious time in the morning.

These bread rolls are a staple in my house. Fried or not, we just relish them anyhow. It’s the perfect on-the-go recipe. Simply, grab the rolls on your way out to work or kids can eat them on their way to school. 

It’s that simple! My kid’s love the convenience of these breakfast rolls.

Air fryer baked Bread Rolls

What I love about these airfryer cooked bread rolls is that they are – 

  • easy-to-make
  • mess-free
  • oil-free
  • freezes well for anytime
  • and is a filling breakfast that gives you the much-needed energy.

A perfect kid-friendly recipe that adults can eat too! Put it on your menu each week and enjoy! 

Bread Rolls

Now onto the recipe!

Make-ahead breakfast definitely tends to make life much easier. Simply, prepare the filling, shape the rolls and store in the fridge. Next morning, while you are getting ready, toss them in your air-fryer or heated pan and 15 minutes later crispy rolls are ready to be devoured.

There are so many ways to cook these rolls. You can either fry them (the original method), pan-cook or cook in an air-fryer.

Yes, you heard me right – these bread rolls are air-fryer cooked. Crunchy, crispy, oil-free rolls that can be enjoyed guilt-free!

air fryer Bread Rolls

Why Airfryer?

Because air fryers use hot-air circulation to heat/cook food. If I have to describe it in one phrase – Airfryer fry food in a healthier way without sacrificing on taste and texture. It is an excellent way to cut down on fat and calories that frying in oil can add. 

Try making these rolls in an airfryer and you will love the end results. This recipe is quite versatile, feel free to tweak it as you like. Not in a mood to eat potatoes, then try these combinations-

  • scrambled eggs
  • tofu/paneer stirfry
  • yellow lentils (moong dal) sauteed with onions and spices
  •  mixed veg saute.

These are just some handful of ideas. Let your imagination run wild. Feel free to double up on these rolls as they will be in demand the very next day too. 😉 😉

These air-fryer cooked bread rolls keep you fueled up throughout your day of school, work, exercise, etc. Do give them a try and if you happen to make this recipe, please comment below and leave your feedback.

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Breakfast made easy with air-fryer baked Vegan bread rolls. They are the perfect grab-n- go rolls that are healthy, filling and made with simple ingredients. A yummy breakfast that you will just love!
Servings Prep Time
6-8 PIECES 15 MINUTES
Cook Time
15 MINUTES
Servings Prep Time
6-8 PIECES 15 MINUTES
Cook Time
15 MINUTES
Bread Rolls
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Rating: 4.55
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Breakfast made easy with air-fryer baked Vegan bread rolls. They are the perfect grab-n- go rolls that are healthy, filling and made with simple ingredients. A yummy breakfast that you will just love!
Servings Prep Time
6-8 PIECES 15 MINUTES
Cook Time
15 MINUTES
Servings Prep Time
6-8 PIECES 15 MINUTES
Cook Time
15 MINUTES
INGREDIENTS
  • 6-8 pieces of Vegan sourdough bread or any bread
  • 2 medium Boiled and peeled potato
  • 1 small onion chopped
  • 1 cup Boiled Green Peas
  • 1/2 teaspoon Red chili powder
  • 3/4 teaspoon Cumin seeds, crushed
  • 1 tablespoon Chopped cilantro leaves
  • Salt to taste
  • 1 tablespoon Oil to cook the stuffing
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METHOD
MAKING POTATO PEA FILLING
  1. Assemble all the ingredients. Boil, peel and mash potatoes.
  2. Heat oil in a pan, add chopped onions and saute until translucent. Add boiled peas and saute for 1-2 minutes.
  3. Mix in all the spices one by one. Add boiled potatoes and chopped cilantro leaves.
  4. Mix until well blended.
  5. Allow it to cool completely.
STUFFING BREAD
  1. Let's begin stuffing the bread.
  2. Take water in a bowl. Partially dip bread in water. Main idea is to make bread flexible enough to roll.
  3. Remove and squeeze hard to drain all the excess water. Bread should not feels sticky in between your hands, if it does press more to drain all the water.
  4. Place the cooled down potato mixture in the center.
  5. Begin by rolling in the edges...
  6. Pinch both the edges together...
  7. Bring in the other two edges..
  8. Start rolling it in between your palms.
  9. Keep rolling till it forms a cylindrical shape...
  10. And is sealed from all the sides.
  11. Bread rolls are ready. You can either fry them in hot hot oil or pan toast them.
  12. I prefer to air-fry them. Arrange rolls in your airfryer.
  13. Cook @350 degree F for 15 minutes.
  14. If you prefer a deeper color, cook for another 3 minutes. Remove and serve hot
TOASTING BREAD ROLLS
  1. Heat oil in a kadhai/pan and start adding bread rolls to the hot pan.
  2. Cook on medium flame and keep applying oil as and when needed.
  3. Cook until evenly brown from all the sides, turning occasionally.
  4. Remove and serve hot with hot sauce or green chutney of your choice.
  5. Or you can even cook them in an OTG oven @ 350 degrees F until crispy and evenly brown. If you choose to fry the bread rolls, then fry them in hot oil until golden brown. Remove and drain them on a paper towel and serve hot.

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30 Responses

  1. Geetu says:

    Which potato do you use Ruchi as there are so many types of potatoes here in the USA.

  2. Neha says:

    So yummy these rolls look. And I am loving the fact that these aren’t deep fried. <3

  3. Sonal says:

    Oh wow look at the color! It’s as good as the deep fried ones.. I am going to try these in air fryer

  4. kd says:

    what brand air fryer you have please let me know.

  5. Renu says:

    Hi,ruchi
    I m olvayz admire your recipes.
    Thanx for sharing😊

  6. PARBATI says:

    Will definitely try this step by step recipe, looks yummy

  7. Dolly says:

    Really a mouth licking snack 👍

  8. Rinku says:

    Perfect recipe, pan toasting seems to be a really good option. Would definitely like to try this one.

  9. Seena Bhattacharjee says:

    Hii this was amazing I also messed up at the first but later it was fine

  10. Khushi says:

    I am recently married girl. I have never baked a cake or used oven. Kindly plz suggest me a good quality budget oven. Thankyou

    • Ruchi says:

      Congratulations Khushi and thanks for stopping by.
      Are you looking for a countertop oven or a built-in oven? Please visit your local electronics store and they will be able to help you more depending on your space availability and budget.

  11. Patty says:

    These look delicious. I can’t wait to make them. Thank you for your very clear recipe@

  12. Avani Mehta says:

    Pls add me for ur delicious recipes

  13. jen says:

    Help! I tried this recipe, the filling is delicious, but I couldn’t keep the rolls from sticking to the pan and turning into a mess. I’d love to try this recipe again, so any tips would be greatly appreciated.

    • RK says:

      So sorry to hear about that Jen. The main reason bread rolls were sticking to the pan is – 1. pan too hot and 2. stuffed bread rolls were wet. For next time if the stuffed bread rolls feels damp and wet, toss them it wheat flour, dust the excess and pan toast them. This way they will stay crispy and will get a nice brown covering. Hope this answers your query. Feel free to email me if you have any other questions!!

  14. Surbhi says:

    Thanks Ruchi for such an easy recipe…Mouth watering and yummy recipe. shallow fried the rolls and were equally good. please post some more.

  15. Jerold says:

    Excellent way of explaining the steps. Every step is very visual. Will be trying out this weekend. One question can I stuff these with your minced keema recipe? Will it be soggy if I make them ahead of time? Thanks and beautifully maintained blog.

    • RK says:

      You are welcome Jerold and thanks for stopping by! Yes, you can stuff these bread rolls with keema recipe. Before filling bread rolls, make sure the keema mixture is dry and liquid free.

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