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Monday, June 29, 2009

Tiffin Time - Chicken Roll


As I mentioned, this is a simple, fast and easy to make Chicken Roll made for my daughter's School Tiffin.

The Chicken in this recipe can be replaced by mutton, fish, paneer, veggies...for that matter ANYTHING!

I used the chicken pieces from last night's chicken curry.

Ingredients
* 2-3 pieces of chicken taken out from chicken curry
* Onion chopped - 1/2
* Tomato chopped - 1/2 (I didnt use tomatoes)
* Green Chillies - chopped (I didnt use chillies)
* Lemon - 1 wedge
* Rock Salt - a pinch
* Aamchur powder/Chaat masala - a pinch (optional)
* Wheat flour to make rotis/chapatis



Procedure
1. Make two (or as many as you require) rotis and keep aside
2. Take two pieces of chicken, shred them
3. In a wok, take 1/2 tsp of oil and just saute the shredded chicken to remove excess moisture
4. Take the roti, spread the shredded & sauted chicken in a straight line along the centre of the roti
5. Throw in some chopped onion, chopped tomatoes, green chillies etc etc.
6. Squeeze some lemon juice and sprinkle the rock salt, Chaat masala/Aamchur powder
7. Roll it as you would a wrap and cover half the roll with a foil/butter paper.

The Chicken Roll is ready !!


6 comments:

Rush said...

Frankie we call it in bombaiya language..i love it- chicken, paneer, egg frankies are hot selling!!

Pradip Biswas said...

Try this one. white moida+ suji+besan 3:2:1 and add water to make a fluid type thing like Dosha. Keep it overnight for fermentation. Next morning prepare like Dosha but add cooked chicken pcs and roll.

Sharmila said...

I just wish I had some leftover chicken ... I really feel like having this NOW! :-)

SGD said...

@Rush-Frankie they are, but almost oil-free!

@PB-Ami Gola Ruti banai....maida+Suji 1:1 ratio plus milk & water. Besan diye banabo to! Sounds good....

@Sharmila-I made one extra for my breakfast! ;))

Babli said...

Oh its yuuuuuuuuuuuumy...Mone hochhe ekhoni khai...Darun r notun type er recipe.

PreeOccupied said...

Who could think you could do this with leftover chicken from a curry! Khoob shundor. Next time judi kebabs leftover thake, ota diye roll kore dekho, with some dhone paata'r chatney.