mozzarella cheese risoles

Risoles are Indonesian snack, called risol (pronounced 'riss-ol'). They are commonly filled with chicken, egg, carrot, common bean, potato, and eaten with chilli sauce ( wikipedia )

It is  similar with egg rolls except the risoles skin is softer, made out of flour mixed with egg and milk or coconut milk, it's like pancake batter but lighter, brush with egg wash and coated with bread crumb before it fry.
As an experiment I try to add mozzarella cheese in it, It was delicious.

Served as appetizer, snack or side dish.

Filling Ingredients :

- 2 carrot / dice
- 2 chicken breast / cooked  / dice ( I use leftover rotisserie chicken breast)
- 1 cup green peas or thinly slice green beans
- 1 yellow onion ( chopped )
- 2 clove garlic ( chopped )
- bunch of green onion
- 2 Tbsp  flour
- 1 cup milk
- 2 cube chicken bouillon
- 1/2 tsp celery salt
- 1 teaspoon fresh grated nutmeg/half of fresh nutmeg
- 1 teaspoon black pepper
- 2 Tbsp butter
- 2 cup mozarella cheese

Preparation :
Risoles filling

Heat butter on medium high,saute garlic and onion until cook
add,cooked chicken, carrot,green peas or green beans and green onion,cook for 3 minutes
seasoning with chicken bouillon,celery salt and nutmeg
add milk and flour stir make sure no lump and stir until combine and thicker
set aside

Ingredients for the Risol skin/ very thin pancakes
- 3 egg
- 2 cup flour
- 2 cup milk
- pinch of salt and pepper
( whisk all ingredient until smooth )
- 2 egg for egg wash
- 2 cup bread crumb


How to cok the risol skin

on the low heat,use non stick small skillet
brush with butter just one time.
drop about 1/4 cup batter mix
spread very thin,fill with chicken mixture about 2 Tablespoon, sprinkle with mozarella cheese about a teaspoon.
roll it half way and fold them both side roll one more time

Brush with egg wash and coat with bread crumb or panko bread crumbs
fry in vegetable oil in medium high,until golden brown or about 2 minutes each side

Line the plate with paper towel, ready to serve warm!


Nava K said…
Gosh!! Oozing with flavors.
Kitchen Simmer said…
I want to try this :) They look beyond delicious. :)
Hey! My first time here. Found you on foodgawker and I swear, I was thinking "what are these beauties?!!" Amazing! Following you on G+
A. Ann said…
Thanks 4 sharing the recipe Mas. Absolutely a must try!

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