Leftover Chapati Vegetable Roll is versatile and can be prepared in different ways. All that it requires is the stuffing of your favourite vegetables and it’s ready! Made with the goodness of vegetables, it provides you with a dose of fibre and other essential nutrients.
Whole wheat flour is a good source of fibre, iron and zinc. Tofu is a high protein food and contains excellent amounts of calcium and is quite healthy for arthritis patients too. Along with this sesame seeds are also an excellent source of calcium, Vitamin E and essential fatty acids.
- 20 grams whole wheat flour
- 20 grams onion
- 20 grams carrot
- 20 grams cucumber
- 1 tablespoon mint coriander
- 1 leftover chapati
- 1 lettuce leaf
- 1 teaspoon olive oil
Calories: 115.4 Kilocalories
Fats: 6.8 grams
Proteins: 2.8 gram
Carbohydrates: 14.4 grams
- Combine whole wheat flour with water and knead it into a soft dough. Keep it aside for 10 minutes.
- Divide the dough into 2 portions and roll out in the shape of chapatis.
- Heat a non-stick Tawa with some oil and cook each chapati on a medium flame till it turns brown on both sides. Keep aside.
- Now in a saucepan, heat little oil and saute all the vegetables for few minutes and keep them aside.
- Then, place a cooked chapati on a clean and dry surface, apply mint coriander spread, place enough stuffing and roll it up tightly to form a roll. Repeat the process to make another roll if needed.
- Serve immediately.
Over to You
Pack this super easy roll for your lunch or have it hot, it will serve as a whole meal. It is full of nutrients and is healthy for consumption.