Friday, 15 March 2013

Chicken Roll - Kid's Evening Snack Combo


As i said in my earlier post, my daughter is not a fussy eater. But she hates rotis. So I have been trying different methods to make her eat/like rotis. And this is also one of my method to make her eat roti.

Because of the chicken filling she liked it very much & have asked me to make the same roll for her lunch one day.....see how it works...just give a try like me with your kids too.....:-)













Ingredients:

Roti - 5
Chicken- 10 pieces 
Tomato - 2 big (puree)
Onion -1 big chopped
Capsicum - half - cut into cubes
Garam masala/ chilli powder - 1/2 tbsp
Pepper powder - 1/2 tbsp
Salt
Oil
Coriander leaves
Ginger garlic paste - 1 tbsp
Lettuce leaves
Tomato sauce



Cooking Method of Chicken Masala:





1. In a cooker pan add chicken + salt and pressure cook for 4 whistles, then strain the cooked chicken & keep it ready.

2. Heat 2 tbsp of oil in a heavy bottom frying pan. Add mustard. When mustard splatters, add fennel seeds & curry leaves.

3. Then add onion & fry till it turns transparent. Add ginger garlic paste. Fry till the aroma comes & then add tomato puree.

4. When tomatoes are cooked & no raw smell, add garam masala powder & pepper powder. Also add required salt to it & mix well.

5. Then add capsicum & cooked chicken. Do not add water because chicken, tomato & onion itself will have water and that is enough to get cooked.

6. Allow the masala to blend & cook nicely with the chicken.  Reduce the flame to sim & let it cook for 10 mins.

7. Tasty chicken masala is ready. Garnish with coriander leaves.



How to make Chicken Masala Roll:




1. Take a roti/chapati.

2. Apply a tbsp of tomato sauce & spread it over the roti. Place the lettuce leaves on top of it.

3. Then take a tbsp of chicken masala,  place it on one end of the roti.

4. Roll the roti tightly till the end.

5. Serve with any fruits/juice.


Picture Presentation:






23 comments:

  1. delicious wrap with side dish of fruit.

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  2. delicious rolls n lovely presentation

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  3. dats a nice wrap.. i've an award for u at my place.. pl pick it up.. :)

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  4. Love those wraps,makes me hungry..excellent and filling snack.

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  5. What a lovely way to make her eat chappati :-)

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  6. Very nice and neat rolls Helen. I am sure ur daughter will appreciate ur effort. Looks delicious.

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  7. love those wraps. i am hungry now.

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  8. Fabulous, delicious wrap...
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  9. Interesting and yummy .

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  10. Tempting chicken roll !!! I can have this anytime, My Favorite :)
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  11. nice rolls. good step by step clicks

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  12. Lovely rolls Helen!! I am sure your kids love it!!
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  13. Just like your daughter, I am not fussy eater but I also don't enjoy rotis though my other half loves it all the way. Having seen how you stuffed and rolled the chicken, its tempting me. I love the curry masala so much.

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  14. Dear friends, thanks a lot for all your wonderful comments. :-)

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  15. Wraps are awesome. Once prepared they are so convenient and they can go anywhere.

    This recipe sounds pretty good, I might try this one. Thanks!

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  16. Yummy rolls... lovely way to make fussy eaters eat..
    Reva

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  17. Fabulous, delicious wrap...

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  18. What a great snack and treat. Your daughter is so lucky to have you prepare lovely food for her. ;) Have a lovely weekend.

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  19. The rolls sound so delish Helen. Great idea for an evening snack :)

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  20. Hi Helen, love your delicious garam masala chicken, it look mouthwatering. Great ideas to wrap in rotis. I love any rotis anytime. :))

    Hugs and love to you.

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