From a library book entitled "Cynthia Wine's Hot and Spicy Cooking - Food so Good, it Hurts!" It differs from tradional Kiev in that the centre is a buttery Vesuvius of cayenne and cumin, and the outside crunches with coconut. Serving suggestion: steamed rice, green salad and crisp chilled white wine. I have served this with a side of streamed string beans and red pimiento.
Tip: Refrigerating the prepared rolls prior to cooking them will help the coating to adhere - a quick way is to place them in the freezer for ten minutes, while you get the skillet ready, set the table and preheat the oven.