Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Chocolate Rolls|Mini Bites|BM#6

Wow it's already the 6th day of Blogging Marathon. I decided to make some Chocolate Rolls with leftover Marie Biscuits and Cocoa powder. This is a bookmarked recipe for almost more than a year from Mane Adige's. I just modified the filling inside. I used Cashew powder instead of coconut powder.
Recipe is as follows:
For the Dough
1/2 pack of Marie biscuits
1 tbl spoon Cocoa powder
1/2 cup Milk
For the Filling:
1 cup powdered Cashewnuts
3/4 Powdered sugar
2 tbl spoon Butter (Melted)
1 tsp Elachi powder

Grind the biscuits to a smooth powder and mix cocoa powder and milk. (add the milk slowly based on the thickness of the dough)
Form a thick dough.Dough should be like thick chapathi dough and keep it aside.
In a cup mix the powdered cashew,powdered sugar,elachi powder and mix well.
Mix with the melted butter to a smooth paste. It should be a sticky paste.
Pull out a lemon size dough and roll it like a thick chapathi.
Spread a spoon full of cashew paste over the chapathi.
Roll the chapathi to form a cylinder shape.
Freeze the Chapathi for 20-25 minutes and cut and serve them.

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Suma Gandlur said...

Very yummy ones. I am sure everone would love these.

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

wow, that indeed looks super yummy, I would eat them anytime :)

harini-jaya said...

I love this! I think I will omit the cocoa powder and make these. I hope that would work!

Vardhini said...

Yummy rolls .. kids would love it.

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Champa said...

Thanks for the entry.

Usha said...

mini bites are delicious and very tempting!

Mélange said...

The rolls look tempting..For sure kids love those !

Aarthi said...

wow i love that

Jayashree said...

This looks so good....and sounds quite easy to make too.

rekhas kitchen said...

Nicely rolled chocolate rolls so inviting.

Umm Mymoonah said...

Wow! this looks too good. I'm going to make this very soon.

Priya said...

Wow super delicious chocolate rolls, prefect even for a grown up kid like me..

Srivalli said...

Those rolls look so tempting!

kaveri said...

Perfect for kids...looks very very yummmy

Hari Chandana said...

Wowwwwwwwww... Looks soo cute and tempting.. Truly delicious :)
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Karishma said...

Hi Archana,
So happy to find your blog...I tried out these chocolate rolls yesterday and it came out just perfect! My son loved it (he's all of 2.4)...I've just finished blogging about it for an event called "Bookmarked Recipes"...Would love to try out more of your recipes...keep blogging!


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