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Whether you're looking for an easy lunchbox recipe or just something to kill those mid-meal cravings. Rolls will be prefect.  Put on your aprons and invade the kitchen. Lay out, toss together, top up and wrap away a creative meal with your favorites. Rolls excite every possible age group. Instead of using meat or a typical cabbage-roll filling, stuff them with meaty mushrooms.  Mushroom Rolls serves as a delightful side to soup or salad, or as a perky appetizer, these snacks offer veggie flavor in bite-size portions. You can prepare and cook these mushroom rolls in advance and simply reheat as your guests arrive. Serve with your favorite sauce or chutney.

Mushroom rolls a bit similar to a cutlet but this recipe makes it a nutritious and healthy snack as the rolls are baked. They are really a wonderful snack with tea. Stuffed bread rolls are very versatile for lunch ideas even. Generally rolls are either baked or deep fried.   You can choose your own tasty and delicious fillings. Making of any variety of roll is simple and needs a delicious and flavourful filling with just a few mix of vegetables or meats or seafood and can be enjoyed in several ways. Mushroom roll can be made in any shape you desire, are usually crisp or crunchy and have no toppings. Home made fresh bread rolls or any rolls are an excellent treat for you and your family.

The history of wraps and rolls is rather obscure but it was probably the need of something quick and easy that gave rise to these portable meals. From delicate sushi rolls, quirky quesadilla, sensational strombolis to the homely kathis that adorn your nearest street food joints, you have a wide variety to choose from. Wraps and rolls make for the easiest on-the go grub. These quick meals are so versatile that different cultures have enthusiastically experimented with them and created their very own versions. A roll is a small, often round loaf of bread served as a meal accompaniment. A roll can be served and eaten whole or cut transversely and dressed with filling between the two halves. Rolls are also commonly used to make sandwiches similar to those produced using slices of bread. Here are some of the rolls which are worth trying , Katti Roll, Bread Rolls, Springrolls, Masala Bread Rolls, Chapati Egg Roll, Egg Rolled Stuffed With Minced Meat, Cabbage Rolls In Mince Chicken, Paneer Rolls, Pork And Lettuce Rolls, Paneer Spring Rolls, Crispy Cheese Rolls, Paneer Egg Rolls, Stuffed Cabbage Rolls, Stuffed Cabbage Rolls, Paneer With Brinjals Rolls, Veg Spring Roll, Kaju And Pista Rolls, Tahini Roll, Baked Egg Bread Roll, Banana Custard Rolls, Pickled Rice Cabbage Rolls, Mushroom Soya Kheema Pizza Rolls, Stuffed Banana Pepper With Soft Rolls, Sausage Rolls, Potato Bread Rolls, Stuffed Bread Rolls, Crispy Cheese Rolls, Chicken Springrolls, Paneer Spring Rolls, Spicy Spring Onion Rolls, Maggi Rolls, Chicken Bread Rolls, Chinese Egg Rolls, Aumlet Rolls, Ham And Chicken Rolls, Bread Potato Rolls,Pork And Lettuce Rolls, Chees Rolls, Beef Rolls, Vegetarian Bean Curd Rolls, Beef Egg Rolls, Vegetable Shampai Rolls, Spagetti Rolls, Crispy Nutella French Rolls, Milk Powder Roll.

Mushrooms add a wonderful earthy flavor to savoury dishes. The versatile fungi can enhance your everyday pastas, elevate your mains, or take center stage as a healthy vegetarian meal. Mushrooms, though classified as vegetables in the food world, are not technically plants. They belong to the fungi kingdom and although they are not vegetables, mushrooms provide several important nutrients. Mushrooms are available in various types, sizes and shapes. There are approximately 140,000 species of mushroom-forming fungi in the world, but science is only familiar with about 10%, while only 100 species or so are being studied for their potential health benefits and medicinal applications. Few types of edible mushrooms are – button, enoki, morel, oyster, shiitake, porcini, chanterelle and portabella.  It's common knowledge that the key to getting enough vitamins and minerals in the diet is to eat a colorful variety of fruits and vegetables. The more color, the better. However, this philosophy tends to leave mushrooms in the dark. In many cases, if a food lacks color, it also in turn lacks necessary nutrients. However, mushrooms - which are commonly white - prove quite the contrary. Edible mushrooms are consumed for their nutritional value and they are occasionally consumed for their supposed medicinal value. Here are some of the  mushroom delicacies, Mushroom Fry, Mushroom Spinach Parcels, Mushrooms Peas And Spring Onions, Mushrooms Chickpea Curry, Mushroom Pickle, Marinated Mushrooms, Mushroom Methi Chaman, Mushroom Soya Kheema Pizza Rolls, Warm Mushrooms With Coriander, Saag Mushrooms Curry, Tandoor Style Mushroom Kisses , Mixed Herb Breakfast Mushroom, Baked Potato Mushroom, Chicken Mushrooms, Lasagna With Mushrooms, Asparagus With Creamy Mushrooms, Chicken Marsala With Mushrooms, Quail Mushrooms, Saffron Chicken With Mushrooms.

Preparation Tips:

  • Never soak mushrooms, because they're so porous, they'll become waterlogged.

Health Tips: 

  • Mushrooms themselves provide you with lean proteins since they have no cholesterol or fat and are very low carbohydrates. The fiber and certain enzymes in mushrooms also help lower cholesterol levels. Moreover, the high lean protein content found in them helps burn cholesterol when they are digested.
  • Anemic patients are characterized by having low levels of iron in their blood, resulting in fatigue, headaches, reduced neural function, and digestive issues. Mushrooms are a good source of iron, and over 90% of the nutritive iron value can be absorbed by the body, which promotes the formation of red blood cells and keeps people healthy and functioning at their full potential.
  • Mushrooms are very effective in preventing breast and prostate cancer due to the significant presence of Beta-Glucans and conjugated Linoleic Acid, which both have anti-carcinogenic effects.
  • Mushrooms are an ideal low-energy diet for diabetics. They have no fats, no cholesterol, very low levels of carbohydrates, high protein content, and a wealth of vitamins and minerals.
  • Mushrooms are a rich source of calcium, which is an essential nutrient in the formation and strength of bones.
  • Ergothioneine, a powerful antioxidant present in mushrooms, is very effective in providing protection from free radicals as well as boosting the immune system.

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