Mutton rolls are a very popular short eat amongst Tamilians, especially Sri Lankan Tamilians. They are made from potato and tender mutton pieces, and are seasoned with delicious, tangy spices and herbs. They are popular across the world today.
To make this sinful deep-fried non-vegetarian recipe, firstly the meat needs to be minced and mixed with ¼th tsp MSG, ¼th tsp corn starch, ginger, scallions, ground peppercorns, and salt to taste, along with a little water for the binding. Set it aside. Then, mixed the other ¼th part of the corn starch with water and flour to make a thick paste. Next, soak the curd-bean sheets in warm water until they have become soft. What you need to do is take the sheet and spread the prepared paste on the upper surface, and spread the 1/3rd of the meat filling on the centre. To do the folding, fold the bottom flap and begin to roll them, fold the 2-side flaps towards the centre, and continue rolling till the open end before sealing it with flour paste.
Next, the rolls need to be placed on a heat-proof dish and placed in a steamer and steamed until cooked. Allow them to cool, cut them and deep fry the rolls over medium heat until they’re reddish brown. Remove them, drain well and sprinkle them with salt-pepper to serve.