Different Wraps You Can Prepare with Rotis
Have you ever been in a situation where there are one or two leftover rotis from last night, and you don’t know what to do with it? Well, we have a solution for you. You can make delicious wraps from leftover Rotis that would leave you craving for more. Let us look at a few recipes that are easy to make and hard to resist.
Tandoori Chicken Wrap
A classic dish from the enchanted land of India, Tandoori chicken is a household favorite throughout the subcontinent and abroad. It can be enjoyed as an appetizer or as a main course, often served with Indian flatbreads such as rotis or naans. Tandoori chicken originated in Punjab, and nowadays, variations of this dish can be found throughout India.
For making a Tandoori chicken wrap you would need two cloves of peeled garlic, one piece of ginger, one red onion, Greek yogurt, one tablespoon olive oil, a few teaspoons of tomato paste, two teaspoons of red chili powder, one teaspoon of coriander powder, one teaspoon cumin powder, one pound boneless chicken, two teaspoons of freshly chopped cilantro, a quarter teaspoon of salt, four wheat Rotis and half a cup of tomatoes.
First, you need to prepare the rotis using Rotimatic that makes perfect round rotis, for which you can even select the thickness and the roasting level. Then, pour the ginger, garlic, onion, tomato yogurt, oil, red chili, coriander powder, and cumin powder in a blender to make a paste. Marinate the chicken with this paste and keep it in the refrigerator for at least two hours.
Next, mix the chicken with salt and add it to a preheated pan. Bake the chicken till brown and add some oil if it dries up. After that, remove the chicken from the pan and let it cool down a bit before chopping it into small pieces as per your convenience. In a small cup, mix some salt, red chili powder, cilantro, and yogurt. Finally, make the wraps using the rotis, tomatoes, chicken, sliced onion and yogurt mix.
Chicken Shawarma Wrap with Roti
This delicious Middle-Eastern dish originated in Turkey and has now become a world favorite. It consists of thinly sliced meat stacked in a cone, roasted on a vertical spit that rotates slowly. It is commonly served as a wrap along with pita bread, but you can also serve it with a flatbread such as roti.
For making the Shawarma wrap, first marinate the chicken with a clove of garlic, one tablespoon each of coriander powder, cumin powder, cardamom powder, half a teaspoon of cayenne pepper, two teaspoons each of paprika and salt, black pepper, lemon juice and salt as per your taste. Leave the marinated chicken in the refrigerator overnight for best results. Next, prepare a yogurt sauce using Greek yogurt, salt, pepper, lemon juice, cumin, and garlic. Put this in the fridge as well.
Then, you need to heat a pan with a little bit of oil and cook the chicken until it is charred. Then, remove the chicken from the pan and slice it into small pieces. Make the required number of flatbreads with the help of Rotimatic roti maker. Add the chicken and yogurt sauce to make the wrap. Serve with salad. To know more about how to use this device you can check this article on Rotimatic reviews by Vidhyashomecooking.
This is a simple but tasty wrap you can make in a jiffy using leftover veggies and rotis. The addition of paneer makes this wrap even better.
Begin by marinating the paneer with salt, green chutney, red chili powder, chat masala, and yogurt. Then, cook the paneer with oil until it turns golden brown. Keeping aside the paneer, add capsicum, onions, carrots, and beans and stir-fry for a couple of minutes. Add chat masala and salt to taste, then add some cabbage. Stir well until cooked. The vegetables should ideally be crunchy.
Use the Rotimatic roti maker to make as many rotis as you need and then dab them with some green chutney. Add the vegetables, lettuce, ketchup, and salt and then roll the wrap and enjoy.
Hummus and Salad Wrap
This is an extremely nutritious snack. You can prepare in a short amount of time using leftover Rotis. Hummus is a spread made from mashed chickpeas commonly found in Middle Eastern cuisine and it is advisable to make this beforehand to save time.
For preparing the Hummus, take half a cup of soaked chickpeas, two teaspoons of olive oil, two tablespoons curd, one teaspoon each of garlic and lemon juice and salt and tahini and mix it in a blender. Next, make the salad using tomatoes, carrots, onions, lettuce, cumin, coriander, lemon juice, olive oil, and salt.
Prepare as many rotis you need using the Rotimatic roti maker. Smear the Rotis evenly with the Hummus. Then, place the salad on the rotis and roll them up to make the wrap.