Too Tired After Work? Try These 6 Quick And Light Dinner Rolls
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Everyone has days when they’re just exhausted after coming back home from work that they just want to lay in bed and call it a day. But the growling stomach says otherwise. Knowing the fact that ordering some food every time you’re too tired to cook would not be a healthy practice, you head towards the kitchen to check the ingredients you have.

But what if, on such tiresome days, you can have something quick and light without spending hours in the kitchen? Yes, with the dinner rolls mentioned in this article, you can easily whip up a light dinner and go back to bed. The best part is that these rolls need minimal ingredients and even less cooking time. So, save the day by making these quick dinner rolls.

Paratha Rolls

Usually, when you make breakfast, you either boil vegetables like potatoes or chop some veggies like paneer, onion, or tomato. You can use the previously chopped vegetables or a filling to make a paratha. If you have some leftovers like a dal (lentils) or sabzi, that would work. All you need to do is knead the dough and cook the paratha. Then, you can make a roll by adding some chutney or pickle and enjoy a quick dinner.

Paneer Stuffed Rolls

Paneer stuffed rolls are a great way to have a quick dinner. You can start by kneading a wheat-based dough. Then, you need to make a paneer-based sabzi, or you can make it in a wrap-syle by chopping paneer and vegetables like onions, tomatoes, capsicums, etc. Next, cook a few rotis for the rolls. Now, all you need to do is spread the hot filling on the cooked rotis, roll it cook for another 2 minutes and eat the hot rolls.

Methi Rolls

Methi rolls can be made with both wheat flour and corn flour. Either way, you need to knead a dough with your chosen flour, water, chopped methi (fenugreek) leaves, and spices like red chilli powder, jeera (cumin), coriander powder, fenugreek seeds, and salt. After you have made the dough, take small portions, roll them into circles, and cook them from both sides. Finally, you can make a few rolls by spreading a green chutney along with chopped onions.

Roti Roll

Roti roll is extremely easy to make, especially if you have a leftover sabzi from the morning or last night. You just need to prepare fresh rotis, heat up the dry sabzi, and spread it on the rotis. If you don’t have a prepared sabzi, you can quickly make it from scratch with boiled potatoes, onions, and your go-to spices. Now, you can roll the roti and have it before calling it a day.

Spinach Cheese Roll

If you are looking for a non-Indian roll option, you can go for a spinach cheese roll. In each bite of this roll, you can get a heavenly combination of nutritious spinach and gooey cheese. You can make a spinach cheese roll using multi-grain flour and have it a guilt-free dinner option. Furthermore, you can roll out and bake the well-combined spinach and cheese filling in the centre of a small portion of the dough. This will also help you in minimising the use of ghee and oil.

Potato Bread Rolls

For the days when you need a roll to snack on but want to make it quickly as well, your go-to option can be a potato bread roll. For this dinner roll, you don’t even have to knead dough; you can just get a loaf of bread and make a wholesome potato filling with boiled potatoes, onions, and the usual spices. Then, you can place the filling in the centre of a bread slice, roll it, and deep-fry or air fry the bread to get a crunchy, savoury and quick dinner roll.