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How to Make an Egg Veg/Non Veg Rolls

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How to make an egg veg rolls.


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    Take about half a kilo of plain flour (in case for larger families) and mixed with water and make a dough.
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    Put it aside for some time and start making the fillings for it by cutting cabbage into small and thin slices and cut carrots the same way.
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    Cut some fresh green chilies into small tiny pieces and then mix them all in a bowl and add some salt and black pepper if you wish.
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    Next break 5 to 7 eggs in a different bowl and mix it well and do not mix it with the vegetables mixer.
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    Now take the dough and mold it into several small pieces.
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    Flatten the dough like a thin flat bread.
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    Make sure to put some dry flour on them so that they don't stick on the table while you roll them. its o.k if you can't shape it round.
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    When it's done fill it with the veg mixer of carrot cabbage chilies.
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    Roll it and close both of its end by pressing it with your thumb and index finger.
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    Do it with the other side to.
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    Poke the roll with a fork on top of it.
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    Take it and dip it in the egg and put in the hot oil and fry it till golden brown. and there you have crispy veg roll.
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    For the non-veg you can add boiled chicken or any meat boiled mixed with cabbage and a bit soy sauce or with anything you like.
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  • have it with tomato sauce or chili sauce.
  • it's not for the figure conscious because its oily.
  • you can create your own style by putting whatever you like in the roll.
  • you have it with you regular tea or coffee.


  • While putting it in the hot pan use your tong or use a fork poke in it and then put it in the pan. Your finger won't burn.
  • For children don't put chili in it.

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