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
1 Potato, cut into wedges
7-8 Sweet Potato Wedges
7-8 Broccoli Florets, small
Salt, to taste
1 tsp Black Pepper Powder
1 tbsp Olive Oil + for pan-roasting
Tomato Ketchup, as required
STEPS TO FOLLOW:
- Parboil potato & sweet potato wedges and drain excess water. Give them a pat-dry with kitchen towel.
- Cut capsicum, tomato & onion in wedges/big chunks.
- Heat pan-grill and brush it with some olive oil.
- Arrange all veggies (except tomato) on pan, sprinkle some salt on top and grill them until they get charred on both the sides.
- Crack eggs in a bowl, add salt and pepper, whisk them properly.
- Heat a few drops of oil in another pan and pour 1/4 of whisked egg in pan.
- Spread it all across the pan and put a tortilla on top.
- 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.
- Spread ketchup over it, arrange grilled veggies inside and roll them up tight. Insert a toothpick on top to keep the shape intact.
- 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 :)