Its day 16th of #BlogchatterA2Z and as P I am excited to share another healthy and tasty recipe for busy moms. This recipe is usually famous as Indian street food and also used as a great option for lunch box.
Here we will make a healthier version of this recipe and I am hoping you will be liked it with little variations.
So, let’s get started with this recipe.
The original recipe is “paneer kathi roll”
And we will make
“Paneer Veg roll”
- Multigrain flour for making rotis or wrap
- Paneer or cottage cheese cubes 1 cup
- Mixed vegetables (potato, tri color capsicum, tomato, peas or other veggies of your choice)
- Onion finely chopped ½ cup
- Green chili, ginger and garlic paste 1-2 teaspoon
- Dry spices (red chili powder, turmeric powder, coriander powder, garam masala powder) as per your taste.
- Salt as per your taste
- Tomato ketchup (optional, good if you are making this for kids)
- Green chutney as needed
- Take multigrain flour in a bowl and add little salt (usually wheat flour is used in routine kathi roll recipe but, here we will use multigrain flour to make a healthier version)
- add little oil or ghee and kneed the soft dough (like we make for paraths). you can also add spinach or beetroot puree to flour, for making a colorful wrap.
- Keep the dough aside for 15-20 minutes.
- And now, prepare the veg filling.
- Heat the oil in a kadhai and after heating add onion in it.
- Sauté this for few minutes and then, add green chili, ginger and garlic paste.
- Again, sauté this for few minutes.
- After that, add cut mixed vegetables.
- Add dry spices one by one, and allow this veggie mixture to get cook for few minutes (5-10 minutes)
- When, vegetables get cooked, add paneer cubes (put the paneer cube in Luke warm water for few minutes, this step needed to make paneer free from organisms)
- Now, add salt and mixed all things properly.
- Cover the lid for 1-2 minutes and when paneer becomes soft and tender, turn off the gas. Your veg paneer filling is ready to use.
- Now, heat the skillet and start making roti or wraps for veg paneer roll. Roll the roti with the help of rolling pin and roast it on skillet (keep this slightly kachha, because we will roast it again after filling the veg mixture)
- Take out wrap from skillet and apply green chutney evenly on it. You may add tomato ketch up if you are making this for kids.
- Now, take a spoon and put the veggie mixture on roti.
- Roll it tightly and stick it on corners.
- Again, heat the skillet and add little ghee or oil.
- Roast the roll for few minutes and take out in a plate.
- Your tasty healthy veg paneer roll is ready to serve.
- This recipe is an excellent healthy option for kids or adult lunch boxes. And even for an outdoor picnic and pot-lucks
- You can be innovative with the filling options and can add vegetables of your choice.
- Also, you can pre- prepare the dough and veggie mixture in advance and with this pre-planning this recipe can be made in 10-15 minutes. A perfect healthy option for busy weekday dinner or lunch.
- You can accompany this with any healthy soup or salad to make a perfect healthy meal.
My elder one loved this recipe and I make this at least once in a week for her lunch box.
Did you had tried this before? What was your experience with this recipe? Please share!
So. It is all for now, stay tuned for the next post!
Will share another exciting healthy recipe for busy moms and busy families.
Till then, bye
If you had missed previous posts of this series. Click here!
read the first post ( if you had missed) Amaranth Paratha
Read the second post Barnyard millet khichdi
Read third post Chickpea salad with carrot soup
Read fourth post Dal Dhokli
Read fifth post Energy Buddha Bowl
Read sixth post Fenugreek (Methi) Thepla
Seventh post Green (Spinach) chapati with bottle gourd curry
Read 8th post Handvo
Read 9th post Idli with a healthy twist
Read the 10th post Jaggery paratha
Read 11 post Khichdi with multigrain nutrition
read 12th post Leftover laziz paratha
Read 13th post Moong bean sandwich with tomato soup
Read 14th post Mixed grain pancakes
Read 15th post – Oats with curd
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