#Leftover roti # Snacks #Kids special #Healthy # Wheat flour
Roti noodles is the best use of left over chapatis. It is healthy as well delicious. Once you make this, I am sure you won’t mind rotis being left in your casserole. In fact, you might make some extra to munch on this yummy snack later on.
It has rotis as well loads of veggies.
It is quick to make and is very easy too.
So let’s see how to make this yummilicious noodles. This is made exactly like Hakka noodles with the only difference that in place of noodles we use chapatis.
In this recipe, neither the ingredients nor the quantity of ingredients is fixed except of course Rotis. You can add veggies, seasoning, sauces of your choice.
Here I am sharing with you a rough idea as to how to go ahead with this superb recipe. Besides, you can make changes as per your likes and preferences.
Preparation time : 20 minutes
Cooking time : 10 minutes
Serves : 2
6 Left over chapatis
1 Carrot, cut into juliennes
1/2 Capsicum, shredded finely
1 Onion, shredded
1/4 Cup Shredded Cabbage
2-3 Tbsp Mushrooms, sliced finely
1 Tbsp Olive oil
1/2 Tsp (or as per taste) Salt (see Note 2)
1/4 tsp Black pepper powder
2 tsp Soya sauce
2 tsp Tomato Ketchup/ Pizza sauce
1 tsp White Vinegar ( optional)
- Cut leftover rotis in the form of strips/noodles as shown in the pictures.
- In a big wok, heat olive oil and sauté shredded veggies at medium flame for about 1 minute. Keep tossing, so they remain crisp and get partially cooked at the same time.
- Slide in the roti noodles and mix well.
- Add black pepper powder, soya sauce, tomato ketchup/ pizza sauce and vinegar.
- Toss nicely.
- Serve with love….lemonade optional.
- Best made with left over rotis as the fresh rotis are too soft and tend to break while tossing.
- Salt depends on whether your Rotis have salt or not. If yes, then no need to add salt as soya sauce as well pizza sauce have enough salt. If not, then add 1/2 tsp salt or as per taste.
- Try and make this at least with 6 chapatis. You can collect left over chapatis in refrigerator ( even in freezer) packed in foil or poly bags. Stored like this remains good for a couple of days.
Instead of strips, you can also tear roti into pieces. In that case, chop veggies accordingly.
In a jiffy
Make as you cook Hakka noodles. Just replace noodles with roti strips.