- Potatoes : 2 cups cut in medium-small cubes
- Cabbage : 1 cup thinly sliced.
- Onions : 1 cup thinly sliced.
- Carrot : 1 cup shredded
- Green Peas : 1 cup
- Capsicum : 1/2 thinly sliced
- Tomato : 1 cup chopped (optional)
- Cauliflower : 1/2 cup - small bits
- Salt : According to taste
- Curry Leaves : Few
- Oil : As required
- Quality Garam Masala : 1 Teaspoon
- Quality Kashmiri/Red Chilli : 1/2 Teaspoon (or according to taste)
- Quality Turmeric Powder : 1/4 Teaspoon (or according to taste
- Chapattis : 6 - 8 Rotis
- Cheese : TO MAKE CHEESY ROLLS - 3 cubes of cheese
- Ginger : 1 teaspoon finely shredded
- NOTE : You may use any vegetables of your choice like beans and items etc.
- Boil Potato cubes and set aside.
- Heat the oil over medium high heat. Season with chopped Curry Leaves till they crackle.
- Add Onions and salt and stir till Onions are golden brown.
- Reduce the heat to medium and add sauté the vegetables (except Tomatoes) for 2 minutes.
- Add Quality Garam Masala, Kashmiri/Red Chili & Turmeric Powder .
- Sauté till they are cooked yet crunchy. Usually it takes 5-10 minutes total cooking time.
- Your nutritious and wholesome vegetable filling is ready.
MAKING THE ROLLS
- Take a Roti and spread about ¼ cup (or as desired) of sauted filling length wise, spread the chopped raw Tomatoes, leaving about 3-4 centimeters of space at one end and fold this in to hold the vegetables.
- You may fold both the sides as above for packing in lunch box etc.
- Lightly brush the oil both sides of this wrap.
- Heat the skillet over medium heat. Place the Rolls over skillet and lightly brown both sides till nice and crispy.
- Serve with Tomato Sauce, Ketchup, Tamarind or any other Chutney of your choice.
TO MAKE CHEESY ROLLS: Grate the Cheese cubes and sprinkle as desired on the filling above. Do not add raw Tomato to enjoy the cheesy flavor.
SERVING TIPS: You may also mix in any left-over dishes like Dry Chicken Curry, (heat before mixing), little bit of Egg Bhurji etc. Garnish the filling with Celery or Coriander leaves. It’s a mix and match recipe.