Sandwich Rollups Recipe – Bread Sushi Recipe – Kid’s Video Recipes – Perfect Summer Recipe

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I call these Roll ups Bread Sushi as well. None of my family members enjoy nori(seaweed) sheets so I use bread instead. Just keep changing stuffing for variations.
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RECIPE DESCRIPTION:
Ingredients
Wheat bread/White bread 4 Medium, slices
Cheese slices 2 , slices
Coriander chutney 1 Tablespoon (or pesto)
Mustard 1 Tablespoon
Strawberry jam 1 Tablespoon
Shredded carrot 1 Tablespoon

Directions
GETTING READY
1. Using a kitchen scissors cut off the edges of the slices of the bread.
2. With the help of a roller pin flatten the bread slices by rolling them.

MAKING
3. To make jam sandwich rolls, spread some jam on a prepared flattened slice of bread and roll tightly.
4. To make a cheese and mustard sandwich roll, spread mustard liberally on a bread slice and place a cheese on it. Roll tight and set aside.
5. To make coriander chutney and carrot rolls, spread some coriander chutney on the bread slice, place a slice of cheese over it and then some grated carrot on one end. Roll tightly from the end with the grated carrot.

SERVING
6. Cut and serve sandwich with tomato ketchup.

TIPS
The sandwich rolls may be toasted in toaster oven or a regular oven or served as it is. They can also be cut into 1 – 2 inch width rolls.
Other variations for the filling may be used such as peanut butter and jelly or any pesto of your choice.

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Comment (47)

  1. I really did enjoy the video about the bread rolls, but most of all your very cute and joyful kids….they are lucky with a wonderful mom like you… the best to you and your family….

  2. i havent touched presliced supermarket white bread since i was a teen. id be inclined to make some large thin flatbreads, square it off, stuff and roll, then slice crosswise and secure with foil … but thats just me. oh, and the trimmings could be chiffonaded or minced into soup.

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