Day 2 of BM#5 and i am thinking of all those recipes which my daughter loves to eat. One such is the stuffed chapathi. Easy to cook, stuffed with all the veggies that your kids likes and dislikes , all disguised into a stuffing and suits perfectly for the lunch box as u do not have to prepare a sidedish for the chapathi....less hassle for cooking as well as packing:-)
For the chapathi
Whole wheat flour 1 cup
Salt a pinch
Oil 2 tsp
water as necessary
For the filling
Bell peppers(green, red, yellow) 1/2 each
Paneer 1/2 cup
Cheese(grated) 3 tbsp
Red chilli powder 1/2 tsp
Garam masala 1/2 tsp
Tomato sauce 1/4 cup
salt to taste
In a bowl mix the flour and salt evenly. Add enough water to make a pliable chapathi dough. Let it rest for 1/2 hour.
Cut all the vegetables finely.
In another bowl mix all the ingredients for filling like this
Make small balls from dough. roll it into thin chapathis and keep it aside
Take one rolled chapathi,Spread tomato sauce on it.
Now keep 2 tbsp of filling into it. Spread evenly.
Now place one more chapthi on this and roll the edges together.
cut evenly all around
Heat a tava on slow fire
Place this stuffed chapathi on it. cook till small bubbles appears on it.
Turn a and cook on the other side too. Drizzle little oil and cook on both sides till they puff up
Healthy sumptuous lunch box menu ready!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sending these kids special to KIDS DELIGHT-COLOURFUL AND HEALTHY MEAL IDEAS hosted by Authentic Vegetarian Recipes and started by Srivalli
I am off to see my fellow bloggers for today's menu. Join me
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