Omelet Roti Roll

 

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Omelet Roti Roll
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
2 mins
Total Time
7 mins
 

Nutritious and satisfying, this roll is quick and easy to make for breakfast or brunch. Store bought or left over roti may be used in this recipe. It lends itself to many variations from simple and light to luxurious and substantial. Use a quick melting cheese like cheddar/Mozzarella

Course: Snack
Servings: 1
Author: Chandri Bhat
Ingredients
  • Egg 1
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Onion 2 tablespoon, finely chopped
  • Green chili 1 small, sliced thinly
  • Coriander leaves 3 tablespoon, finely chopped
  • Oil to brush the pan and roll
  • Roti 1
  • Sautéed mushroom slices ¼ cup, optional
  • Grated cheese 3 tablespoon
Recipe Notes

Step 1

Omelet Roti RollBeat the egg lightly. Add salt and pepper and beat briefly. Add onion, green chili and coriander leaves.

Step 2

Omelet Roti RollHeat a frypan till moderately hot. Brush it with oil. Working on moderate heat, pour the egg mixture on the pan and swirl gently to spread it evenly. Cook till the underside is done and the top is just set but still slightly moist.

Step 3

Omelet Roti Roll Stick the roti over the omelet and press down firmly. Brush the roti with oil.

Step 4

Omelet Roti Roll Carefully turn over the omelet with the roti, so that you have an omelet stuck on top of the roti.

Step 5

Omelet Roti RollLower the heat and scatter the mushroom slices over the omelet (Optional) (It may be omitted if preferred).

Step 6

Omelet Roti RollSprinkle grated cheese on top. Cook for few seconds till the cheese begins to soften. Switch off the heat and roll the roti with the omelet.

To Serve

Omelet Roti Roll Transfer to a serving plate and serve hot with ketchup or chili garlic sauce.

*Variations
1. Use chapati or parota (Lacha parata) instead of roti
2. Use spring onion instead of onion; parsley/oregano/thyme instead of coriander leaves; chili flakes instead of green chilies to season the egg. Or use Italian /Mexican seasoning
3. Use cooked shredded chicken/stir-fried vegetables/kheema masala/stir-fried prawns instead of mushroom.
4. For a lighter version of this roll, use two egg whites instead of one whole egg.

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Comments


  • Love this easy recipe revitalising a leftover roti to make a quick wholesome meal with added new ingredients taste of fresh veggies! Why didn’t I think of it myself 😊

    Anjali Rao 24th January 2018 7:24 am Reply

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