Dahi Ke Sholay or Hung Curd Bread Pockets is a delicious snack or appetiser with crispy bread coating outside and melt in the mouth filling inside. As the name also suggests, the stuffing in bread pockets comprises of hung curd, fresh veggies and seasoning.
These hung curd bread pockets can be deep fried, air fried or even baked in oven/OTG. It is a wonderful combination of crispy bread, creamy hung curd and crunchy fresh veggies. By the first look no one can even guess that such simple ingredients are used in making this drool worthy appetiser.
I have explained both the deep fried and air fried version in the post. If you are a health conscious person, air frying or baking are better options. You can add vegetables in these bread pockets as per your choice. This Dahi Ke Sholay recipe will even be liked by kids. You can give it to them in tiffin also.
One of the main point to take care while making these Dahi Ke Sholay is the consistency of filling. The hung curd should not be watery at all. Also once you have added veggies and salt to the hung curd, do not keep it for long as the veggies will leave water turning the filling runny.
Hope you would like this delectable Dahi Ke Sholay/Hung Curd Bread Pockets recipe!!
List Of Ingredients: (Makes 6-7 pieces)
- Hung Yoghurt/Curd- 200 grams
- Paneer- 50 grams (crumbled)
- Small onion-1
- Small Capsicum-1
- Small Carrot-1
- Chopped Coriander-2 tbsp
- Salt- To taste
- Black Pepper powder-1tsp
- Chopped green chillies-2
- Ginger paste-1 tsp
- Bread Slices-6 to 7
- Maida (All Purpose Flour) -2 tsp
- Water-4 tsp
- Cooking Oil-For Frying/Brushing
Steps To Prepare:
|Water dripped from curd. To be discarded.|
Take one bread slice. Brush some water over it. Roll it into a thin slice using rolling pin.
Slightly press the corners of the roll while gently twisting them. This will help in sealing the rolls/bread pockets from both ends.
These should be air fried till golden brown.