Meat Pan Rolls#FoodieExtravaganza

This meat pan rolls , uses thin pancakes and are shallow fried, a perfect snack or hi tea party pleaser. They are delicious soft and mouth melting, your can't stop at one. 

My mum use to make them so often,  practically every Sunday for our evening tea, parties or get together's. These are most loved by all of us at home and were finished in no time, however how many she made. Brings fond memories of Mum, my brother's and sister's sitting at the dining table, enjoying these with our evening tea, getting nostalgic!

For the Pancake

150 Grams All Purpose Flour
1 Egg

¼ Teaspoon Salt
Oil for brushing the pan as required
1½ to 2 glass water to form a not too thick nor too thin batter (just like pancake batter)
For the Filling 
250 Grams Minced Meat  - mutton/beef
1 Medium Onions – finely chopped
¾ Teaspoon Ginger - Garlic paste
2 Green chilies - finely chopped
1 Teaspoon Meat Masala powder
¾ Teaspoon Chilly Powder
¼ Teaspoon Turmeric powder
½ Teaspoon Salt
1 Tablespoons Oil
A pinch of Sugar
2 Tablespoon Coriander leaves – finely chopped
1 - 2 Eggs - beaten
Bread Crumbs as required for coating

First let's make the filling
Mix chili powder, turmeric, meat masala powder and ginger garlic paste with a little water to form a paste.   
Heat oil in a pan, add onions and saute till translucent, add masala paste and saute for 2 minutes then add the mince and saute till the colour changes. Add salt mix well cover and cook till the mince is done. Open and check if the mince is cooked and it is completely dry. Keep aside to cool. Add chopped coriander. 
In the meantime let's make the Pancake BatterMix the flour and salt in a large bowl, make a well in the center add the egg and whisk it with a fork . Add water ½ cup at a time to make a batter. Keep this aside for 15 minutes to 20 minutes.

Heat a non stick small pan, brush it oil and then wipe the pan with a kitchen towel.  Pour a ladle full of batter, test this for thickness, if the pancake is too thick then add water to make a thin pancake.  Cook on one side till it starts to leave the sides on medium low flame.  Lift it and place it on a clean cloth.
Make all the pancakes and place them in a clean cloth covered.  
Take one pancake, place the filling at one edge.  
Fold the sides and the roll it. Keep the seam side down on the plate.
Like wise make rest of the pancakes.
Dip them in beaten egg , then in dry bread crumbs and shallow fry in medium high flame.
Ready to serve.. with Ketchup 

Labels : Foodie Extravaganza Party,  Meat, Pan Rolls, Party pleasers, Kids delight, Starters, Savory Snacks

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  1. Like little fried crepes. Love them. I can't wait to make these up. They sound so good.

  2. These look delicious, Sneha! I always love a good savory recipe. Thanks for joining me this month for #FoodieExtravaganza.

  3. Wonderful food memories. Thanks for sharing!