Egg Kathi Roll

How many of you remember your mom making a wrap/roll using thepla/paratha with some stuffing? I certainly do… I was a big-time veggie-chor!!! Never liked having more of vegetables in my meals n so mum used to make big sized thepla, put some vegetables with cheese on top and roll it for me to consume some healthy food! Even a Bhakhri topped with roasted potatoes n cheese, resembling pizza used to work as well.

And now I love making those wraps n rolls every now n then to include more vegetables in tiffin or a quick dinner! It’s a long weekend this time and spending too much time in kitchen doesn’t make me happy at all :P So, I tried my all-time favorite Kathi Rolls with one level up. Prepared ‘Egg Kathi Roll’ was much more about fun… Grilled a few of my favorite veggies i.e. mushrooms, potato wedges, sweet potato wedges, broccoli, capsicum -> took out some wheat tortillas -> cracked eggs on top of it and pan-roasted -> rolled them up with veggies insides :) That’s pretty much it… I made these ‘Egg Kathi Roll’ my way with my ingredients :P You must try it out with your choice of veggies…



4 Wheat tortillas
4 Eggs
1 Potato, cut into wedges
7-8 Sweet Potato Wedges
8 Mushrooms
7-8 Broccoli Florets, small
1/2 Capsicum
1/2 Tomato
1/2 Onion
Salt, to taste
1 tsp Black Pepper Powder
1 tbsp Olive Oil + for pan-roasting
Tomato Ketchup, as required



  1. Parboil potato & sweet potato wedges and drain excess water. Give them a pat-dry with kitchen towel.
  2. Cut capsicum, tomato & onion in wedges/big chunks.
  3. Heat pan-grill and brush it with some olive oil.
  4. Arrange all veggies (except tomato) on pan, sprinkle some salt on top and grill them until they get charred on both the sides.
  5. Crack eggs in a bowl, add salt and pepper, whisk them properly.
  6. Heat a few drops of oil in another pan and pour 1/4 of whisked egg in pan.
  7. Spread it all across the pan and put a tortilla on top.
  8. Let it cook for 1-2 mins and flip it over. Cook on the other side too. Repeat the same process for all 4 tortillas.
  9. Spread ketchup over it, arrange grilled veggies inside and roll them up tight. Insert a toothpick on top to keep the shape intact.
  10. Serve hot!!!


  • You can use paneer, green beans, bell pepper, salad greens, carrots too!
  • Adding fresh/dried herbs will work great.
  • Instead of ketchup, you can also spread yogurt-mint dip or coriander-mint chutney for tangy taste :)