Innovative Roti Noodles – Leftover Rotis Recipe

Roti Noodles

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Dinner / Lunch / Tiffin
Prep Time: 15 mins    |  Cook time: 15 mins    |  Serves: 2

Tasty Roti Noodles – Leftover Rotis Recipe

Sometimes kids left chapattis / tiffin back to home as it is then you may turn those chapattis into a tasty roti noodles to avoid the wastage of food. This is sure a kid’s menu and you can give this to your kid when he come back hungry from school.

Benefits :-

About Sauteing

Sauteing is one of the better ways to cook vegetables if you want to maintain as many of their nutrients as possible. To saute vegetables, cut them into evenly sized pieces and add them to a hot pan coated with a small amount of oil or other fat, as the oil helps to lock in the nutrients. Stir just enough to make sure all sides get covered in oil, and cook only until the vegetables are tender when you poke them with a fork.

About Vegetables

The health benefits of vegetables usually show in long run by improving your overall health and keeping the internal systems in perfect condition. The consumption of vegetables takes care of your digestive, excretory, and skeletal system, as well as blood pressure levels. With a diet rich in vegetables, you are being benefited with abundant antioxidants that keep away diseases like cancer, cardiovascular problems and strokes. Moreover, vegetables deliver ample amounts of vitamins, including folate, vitamin A, vitamin K and vitamin B6, as well as carotenoids like beta carotene from carrots, lycopene from tomatoes, zeaxanthin from greens, and lutein from spinach and collard greens. Vegetables also help in keeping your weight under control and promoting healthy skin and hair. There have been innumerable research studies done all over the world that strongly suggest having fresh, green vegetables on a regular basis is far better than going for supplementary tablets to get the wholesome nutrition that you need.

Ingredients :-

  • Roti (Chapattis) – 2

  • Onion – 1 – chopped long lengthwise (optional)

  • Tomato – 1 – – chopped long lengthwise

  • Capsicum – ½ – chopped long lengthwise

  • Green pea –  a handful (optional)

  • Cabbage – ½ cup – chopped long lengthwise

  • Carrot – ½ cup – chopped into thin strips

  • Tomato Sauce –  1 tbsp. Or Tomato Puree

  • Oil – 1 table spoon

  • Black peppper powder – a pinch

  • Jeera / Cumin seeds – 1 tea spoon

  • Soya sauce – ½ tbsp.

  • Lemon juice – ½ tbsp.

  • Salt as per taste

Method / Directions & Preparation : –

1. Cut all the vegetables into thin strips. Tear the roti into strips as well.

2. Heat oil in a kadai.  Add ginger, Cumin (jeera) and fry for a few seconds and then add the onion and capsicum strips. Sauté for a minute, then add the cabbage. Sauté all the veggies for 2-3 minutes.

3. Once the capsicum and cabbage begin to soften, add the tomatoes and tomato puree or tomato sauce. Season to taste.

4. Toss in the roti strips and mix it thoroughly with all the ingredients. Cover the lid and let it cook for 2 minutes.

Your innovative roti noodles are ready!

Enjoy !

Suggestions :-

Prefer tomato puree instead of tomato sauce.
Do not use refined oils  in cooking as they are not good for health so prefer olive oil or sesame oil in cooking.
Do not use overnight stale chapattis as not good for health.


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