- TOTAL TIME 30 min
- PREP TIME 10 min
- CALORIES 239
One Can not Think well, Love Well, Sleep Well If One Has Not Dinned well.
Try this amazingly delicious Roti Rolls recipe which you can easily make at home for your loved ones, and they will be amazed at its taste.
You will never waste your chapatis again. It is made by combining besan, flour, chopped onion, coriander leaves, asafoetida and salt into a dough. It is wrapped up in a delicious filling of paneer and veggies.
You can tweak this recipe as per your preference. If you love spicy food then just add chili flakes and dips to your rolls. However, you can avoid it if that's not the case. One of the perks of making this healthy recipe is that you can easily pack it as your kid's lunch, one such lunch that they will happily love to indulge in.
This easy recipe is a perfect way to let your fussy eaters have healthy food. Add a hint of sambar powder and it will have a mouth-watering taste that no one will be able to resist.
This is a lip-smacking breakfast recipe loaded with the goodness of various nutritious vegetables including capsicum and tomatoes. Try this quick recipe for breakfast or brunch, and you can also pack it in your lunch box. You can make this recipe to treat your loved ones on any occasion.
To help you out, here are some easy steps that will guide you in preparing this amazing dish. So, what are you waiting for? Try this lip-smacking delicacy and enjoy it.
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How to make Roti Rolls
To prepare this easy recipe, take a bowl and add besan, atta, 1 chopped onion, coriander leaves, heeng, and salt. Combine and mix well.
Knead into a soft dough by adding the water little by little and leave to rest for 10 mins.
In a small pan, add a tsp of ghee and saute the sliced onions lightly, add paneer and switch off the flame.
Let it cool and then add cucumber, carrot, salt, lemon juice as well as the chutney. Mix well and reserve.
Roll out chapatis from the dough and roast them on a griddle using little ghee till golden. Stack together and keep covered
Spread out filling onto the chapatis and roll up tightly.
Serve with more chutney or tomato sauce.