Dahi Ke Shole
Dahi Ke Shole

Dahi ke Sholey or Dahi Bread Roll..superb in taste and more delicious and easy to make recipe. This recipe is known with several names which vary with the region but popularly known as Dahi Bread Roll or Dahi Paneer Bread Roll. It one of the very popular deep fried street food in north India especially in Punjab and Delhi.

Dahi Ke Shole
                                                                   Dahi Ke Shole

This recipe of Dahi ke sholay is very similar to my previous post of Paneer Bread Roll. Dahi Bread Roll tastes lot better. The mixture og paneer and hung curd combination makes it rich and creamy. Its simple to make and very delicious the outer layer more crispy and soft and juicy stuffing makes it a perfect evening snacks and as well as breakfast too.

Dahi Ke Shole
                                                                              Dahi Ke Shole


Preparation time- 10 min.

Cooking time- 10 min.

Serving- 4 person

Type –  snacks



Bread slices 6-8

½  cup Hung curd/ yugurt

1 cup grated paneer

4 tbspn chopped onion

2 tbspn capsicum chopped

3-4 chopped green chilli

3 tbspn coriander leaves chopped

1/3  tspn chopped ginger or paste

1 tspn chilli flakes

Salt to taste



Take a bowl and add ½ cup curd and 1 cup paneer and also add chopped onion, capsicum, red chilli, coriander leaves, chopped ginger, chilli flakes and salt.

Add all ingredients  mix properly and keep aside.

Now takw a bread slice and trim off the edges.

Roll the bread slice as thin as possible, this prevent bread from absorbing oil.

Place the one table spoon of dahi stuffing in one side of bread slice, brush some water around the bread ends for sealing.

Roll and press the edges to seal them tight, else the stuffing will be in oil while deep frying.

Prepare all dahi bread roll and keep aside.

Now heal the oil in oak or deep pan and deep fry the dahi bread rolls on medium heat.

Fry all bread rolls till they turn golden brown, drain out on tissue paper and serve hot.

Serve any type of green chutney or tomato ketchup.

Dahi Ke Shole
                           Dahi Ke Shole

Note- Dahi bread roll you can fry and shallow fry on tawa, I always prefer to                    shallow fry on tawa.




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