Ham & Cheese Bread Rolls

Deep-fried stuffed bread rolls are popular in India and the Philippines. They are eaten as snacks or appetizers. Bread rolls are also popular street food in both countries. Kids love munching on these treats as they are more fun to eat than a regular ham or hotdog sandwich. They are quick to make and all the ingredients are readily available in any grocery store. You can also make batches of these and store them in your freezer. You can just fry them if you need a quick snack or if you have unexpected guests.


• 4 slices of white bread
• 1 slice of cooked ham
• 4 slices of cheese
• 1 egg, beaten
• 1 cup of breadcrumbs
• oil


This recipe takes 15 minutes to make. Serves 4 rolls

Take the crust off the bread.
Using a rolling pin, flatten the bread slices.
Place the bread on a flat surface.
Lay the cheese and ham on the bread.
Roll tightly into a cylinder.
Press the to seal the roll.
Dip bread rolls in beaten egg then coat with breadcrumbs.
Deep fry in hot oil for 4 to 5 minutes or until golden brown.
Place on a plate lined with paper towel to drain excess oil.
Slice in half and serve.

Ideas And Tips:

• Instead of ham, you can also use hotdog, sausage, pepperoni or cooked chicken slices.

• You can also use panko breadcrumbs or any of your favorite seasoned breadcrumbs.

• You can make this into a pizza roll by spreading tomato sauce on the bread slice. Put a slice or 2 of bell pepper before rolling so you get that pizza aroma while cooking.

• You can also bake the rolls if you don’t want too much oil. Spray cooking spray on the rolls and bake them in the oven at 425°F for 10 to 15 minutes.

Ham & Cheese Bread Rolls
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