French-fried bread and nutella rolls are delicious and mouth-watering treats.
They are made with white sandwich bread or rimless bacon. Stuffed with Nutella, dipped in egg and fried in butter. They really can be prepared in 10 minutes and with very few ingredients.
These fried rolls will be perfect for children’s birthdays or a party.
Serve them to your greedy friends, they will love them!
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Read the recipe in Italian: Rotolini di pane e nutella fritti
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- DifficultyVery easy
- CostVery cheap
- Preparation time10 Minutes
- Cooking time5 Minutes
- Cooking methodFrying
How to prepare French-fried bread and nutella rolls
First, thin the slices of white sandwich bread with a rolling pin.
Spread Nutella on each slice but do not overdo it because otherwise, when you roll the slice to form the roll, you risk having it all come out.
In a dish, beat the eggs with milk with a fork. Then dip the rolls in it, turning them well to coat them completely with the beaten egg.
Put a frying pan on the stove and melt the butter in it. Then cook the rolls, a few at a time, turning them often until golden brown.
As the rolls are cooked, dip them in caster sugar, turning them to coat them completely.
Place the fried bread and nutella rolls on a serving plate and keep warm until serving.
Serving the French-fried bread and nutella rolls
The fried bread and nutella rolls are ready to be served while still hot, but will also be excellent enjoyed cold.
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