Pinoy Ham and Cheese Bread Roll

Pinoy Ham and Cheese Bread Roll
Pinoy Ham and Cheese Bread Roll. This Pinoy version of bread roll is not new. I have had this on several times, served as meryenda by friends. It is one of Pinoy’s kitchen ingenuity, where slices of loaf bread are turned into bread rolls with ham and cheese stuffing. The cooking method is simple all the ingredients are common in most Pinoy kitchen. But on my version I made some twist, I spread some honey on the bread. If you do not have honey, jams may do or just sprinkle some sugar instead. You may omit it all together if you are not into sweets. I also cut off the outer skin of the bread for cleaner rolls but again you may leave them as it is, if you do not want to waste anything. As I said cooking is fairly easy. It is a lot more easier compared to my other roll recipes below.

Chili Cheese and Ham Stick
Cheese Sticks
Chicken Cordon Bleu Rolls
Lumpiang Isda, Lumpiang Galungong
Ngohiong, Ngo Yong, Cebu’s Fried Lumpiang Ubod
Lumpiang Gulay, Lumpiang Togue
Lumpiang Shanghai
Turon Fried Banana Roll

Ham and Cheese Bread Roll

Some tips to remember, fry at moderate heat use a big frying pan with generous amount of oil. If it’s possible fry the bread roll altogether in one batch. You do not want all those burnt bread crumbs sticking on the succeeding batches. Here is the recipe of my version of Pinoy Ham and Cheese Bread Roll.

Ingredients:

6 slices, white loaf bread, outer skin trimmed
12 strips of cooked ham
12 strips cheddar cheese
1 egg, beaten
2 cup bread crumbs
honey
cooking oil

Pinoy Ham and Cheese Bread Roll - Cooking Procedure

Cooking procedure:

Flatten each slice of bread using the palm of your hand. In a big platter lay a flattened bread. Spread some honey, arrange 2 strips of ham and 2 strips of cheese at one side and roll. Apply some pressure for a few seconds to hold and maintain the roll in shape. Dip the roll in the beaten egg then in the bread crumbs, ensure that the bread is uniformly coated with egg and bread crumbs. Repeat process on the remaining slices of bread, keep aside. Heat generous amount of oil in a big frying pan until it start to smoke, set the stove to moderate to low heat. Carefully place each roll with the seam at the bottom in the frying pan, fry for 1/1 to 1 minute or until just browned and constantly flipping to maintain uniform cooking. When done remove from pan and drain oil in kitchen paper towels. To serve cut the roll in half crosswise and arrange in a platter.

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23 comments:

Anonymous said...

i've tried to taste this one way back in college, about 5 years ago and i was looking for this recipe all over the internet and luckily, i was able to find it here. i will definitely make this one for my kids and hubby. thanks for sharing!- alex cervantes, muntinlupa city, Phil

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ut-man said...

Hi Alex,
Its my pleasure...

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Anonymous said...

Tim said....
I like this mighty and unique recipe,we're gonna make this recipe in school for our cooking project....Thanks and well cook more

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Anonymous said...

Hi! Can I bake this instead of frying?

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ut-man said...

Yes I have tasted some from someone's party.

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Anonymous said...

I'm going to try this for my birthday. Thanks for the recipe. =]

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ut-man said...

Good luck po, I hope it will turn all right.

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franzine said...

i love it!!!

insted of dipping in to egg i deep it with condense milk before dipping in bread crambs...everybody loves it!!!

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ut-man said...

Hi fanzine,
sounds delish, thanks for sharing

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anonymous said...

I tried this at home but it taste so oily. though i still love it.. : )

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anonymous said...

I tried cooking this at home but it taste so oily.,


though i still love it.. : )

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Anonymous said...

thanks for sharing this recipe..keep posting for more delicious merienda.

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Anonymous said...

instead of frying can it be oven cook?

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ut-man said...

Yes in can be bake or used a bread toaster but I have not tried it.

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Anonymous said...

it need to be deep fried? thank u for ur recipe..

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Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing. I haven't found this recipe over the net and have been desperately looking because I want to make some for my hubby and kids...

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joebert balgame said...

Hello I'm joebert balgame what could the good sauce for that pls. answer me as soon aS possible 'cause we need that for oud demo..tnx ! :)

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UT-Man said...

Hi joebert balgame,
Ketchup-mayonnaise with chili sauce...

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bradz said...

hi ut-man, i clicked the pinoy pineapple ham but it led me to this recipe. the hyperlink must be wrong.

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UT-Man said...

Hi bradz,
Thanks, error rectified...

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christine Mae Tenorio said...

i love it as i like as my delicious pinepaple and ham loaf.

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UT-Man said...

Hi christine Mae Tenorio,
Thank you for your valued comment.

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salvajeh lee said...

magastos sa mantika pero masarap lol..

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