I found this recipe yesterday and decided to make it today. With great enthusiasm I started working on it and result..... Ta....Da..... A wonderful and awesome Appetizer...
Well, had li'l difficulty with rolling the cigar, so I made a bundle shaped 'Kachori' sort of stuff, named 'Bundle of Joy'
i did this receipe 2day evening....it was the best receipe i have ever made....
If u follow the instructions as given then ur panner cigar rolls is ready....
Even if u dont have some ingredients no props;u can stuff any vegetables u like.....try out...
The picture is stuffed vegetables in a cadai
Awee, thanks for making my day. Would love to know how it turned out for you :) --DK
I am sure it can be baked. I tried only once with unfavorable results after which I did not try. Will update once I do. --DK
I think it should be OK in the fridge for few hours --DK
I havent personally tried to keep them for so long. But I am assuming adding some rice flour and rolling the floor little thin (not too thin) will help to keep them crispy? Also try to pack them in air tight box. It might help. Meanwhile, if I personally try something similar and it works, then will surely let you know about it :) --DK
Just below the post, I have a link which says "Email to a friend". You can use that to send this recipe to your email id :)
I have already written about my thoughts on baking this in the post
How can I forget you :) I will def. parcel some for you next time I get this "for your friend" sentiment from K :) OMG! I am astounded that you even remember those recipes...man! Your memory needs to be shared...I am flicking some def. from you :) Surest, lemme try to post the recipe for it soon..:) Hugs
I think around 15-20 rolls