Crumble paneer. Preheat oil in a pan. When oil is sufficiently hot, add green peas and capsicum into it and saute for while. Now add ginger, green chilly, paneer, salt, chaat masala and saute for 2 minutes. Keep stirring constantly. Add green coriander as well. Stuffing is ready, turn off the flame.
Take out stuffing in a plate so that it cools down. Cut corners of a bread slice with help of knife. Likewise, prepare all bread slices. Take little amount water in a plate and dip one bread slice into it. Take out the bread slice immediately and place it over your palms. Now squeeze out the excess water from it with help of other hand. Place 2 to 2.5 tsp stuffing over the bread slice. Lift the slice from all sides and close the stuffing very nicely. Likewise, place stuffing in each bread slice, fold and make rolls. Now place them over a plate.
Preheat oil in a pan. Take rolls and place them in oil for frying. Keep flipping the sides and fry until rolls turn golden brown in color. Take out fried bread rolls from the oil and place it over a plate with napkin paper. Similarly, fry rest of the bread rolls as well.
Serve piping hot paneer bread rolls with green chutney or tomato sauce and relish eating.
Dip the bread slice in water and take it out immediately. Place the stuffing over this bread slice and lift from all sides to seal the stuffing nicely. If its not sealed then stuffing might spill out while frying. Oil for frying bread rolls should be aptly warm. If oil is not aptly warm then bread rolls can soak too much oil.