Saturday, November 13, 2010

Roti Wraps

Roti or Phulka Wraps are my daughter's favourite. Fluffy Hot Phulkas coated with Arrabbiata Sauce, or Sandwich Spread  and filled with some choice toppings make for a healthy and filling breakfast.
The sauce i prepare during the weekend and kept in fridge comes handy for many dishes during the week.


A great kids corner recipe these wraps are a must try!




Here's how i prepare these yummy wraps---


Ingredients:-
  • Arrabbiata Sauce 
  • Phulkas 
  • Onion - few slices
  • Grated Cheese
  • Pepper Powder
  • coriander Leaves
  • Olive Oil
Method:-

Make phulkas from the Wheat Dough.



Now spread liberal coat of the Arrabbiata Sauce on the phulka.


Top it with Grated Cheese. 


Add a few slices of Onions. You can add a few slices of cut cucumber if you have. Sprinkle some pepper powder ,add little chopped coriander leaves and drizzle a few drops of olive oil. 

The wraps are ready.




The other day i used grated tofu, few pieces of boiled corn cobs as toppings.They came out well. 
Some other toppings that come to my mind to make these wraps more fun are boiled potatoes, soya chunks,  etc--


Let the Kids Breakfast be an enjoyable affair !
Sending this entry to  Sri Valli's Kids Delight- Wholesome Breakfast


12 comments:

  1. nice kids spl.This is d first time, iam hearing this sauce.some thing new to me.Is it a variety of tomato sauce? gud to see the colors

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  2. @savitha click on the name -arrabbiata sauce, it links u to the post which says how to make it. Yes it is a type of tomato sauce with garlic, basil, coriander leaves n olive oil

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  3. Woww thats a droolworthy wraps, very tempting..

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  4. Priya, my first time on your blog - You seem to have the same passion you credit me with for cooking - I will certainly be trying out some of your recipes - look forward to following your latest <3

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  5. Those wraps look so good. DO the y hold well when you pack them ina lunch box?

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  6. hi priya, cute blog. first time here. love the recipes in here. droolworthy dishes. roti wrap looks delicious. wish to follow u. pl do stop by mine when u find time:)

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  7. i love wraps too and this looks wonderful and so easy as well

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  8. These look absolutely lovely! What a delicious combination of flavors!

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  9. 2 Priya (elaichii) - i have not sent them for lunch--- will try it and let u know, though they should hold together is my guess !

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  10. This is such an interesting dish and it sounds really good. I would be delighted if you would link it up on "Let's Do Lunch" (Brunch and Breakfast).

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