Potato Roll: The Recipe for the Delicious Dish Perfect for an Appetizing Dinner

Total time: 35 minutes
Difficulty: Low
Serves: 8 people
By Cookist

The potato roll is a quick and easy recipe that will please everyone. It's the perfect idea for an appetizing dinner, and it's great when eaten both warm and cold!


For the roll
boiled potatoes
800 grams
Bread crumbs
1 tbsp
Grated parmesan cheese
60 grams
30 grams
As much as you need
A pinch
As much as you need
For the filling
200 grams
Provola cheese
200 grams

How to prepare the Potato Roll

Boil the potatoes, then skin them and place them in a glass bowl.

Mash them helping yourself with a fork.

Add one egg.

The butter, previously cut into small pieces.

Add the grated Parmesan chesse.

Add a pinch of salt.

As much black pepper as you like, for an extra kick.

Then, add the chopped parsley.

Mix and blend all the ingredients together, always helping yourself with a fork.

Then, add the tbsp (30 grams) of bread crumbs. These will help your mixture stay together.

Keep stirring until the bread crumbs have blended with the rest of the ingredients.

Transfer the mixture onto a parchment paper.

Using your hands, spread it out on the parchment paper.

Keep spreading until it resembles a rectangle.

Once you have your potato rectangle, place the ham slices on top of it, covering it whole.

Then place the provola cheese slices on top of the ham.

Helping yourself with the parchment paper, roll the potatoes up, until you have a cylinder. Bake the roll, still wrapped inside the parchment paper, at 180°C for 25 minutes. Once the 25 minutes are up, remove the parchment paper.

Serve it on a plate, and sprinkle some bread crumbs on top of the roll, to add that extra crunch texture.


How to Store your Potato Roll

The potato roll is better when eaten warm, once it has rested a bit after coming out of the oven, so the provola cheese will be stringy and the potatoes will be soft. However, you can also bake the roll in advance and eat it when lukewarm or cold. It can be stored inside of the fridge for a whole day.

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