This week, for the Blogging Marathon #90, I chose the theme “Wraps and Rolls”. Most of the time, the themes I choose are easy, but are too easy that I get confused what to make and at the end skittle through my posts! 😀 Having too many ideas is also not a good thing, isn’t it? 🙂
The first one I chose to make were the Kolkatta Egg Rolls. The egg rolls are a famous street food in the lanes of Kolkatta, or formerly called as Calcutta. Freshly made parathas, smothered with an omelette, filled with some vegetables, sometimes even having a sprinkling of shredded chicken. Kolkatta folks literally go gaga over these rolls, as to how delicious they can be and I wanted to test out if they were actually delicious. So I used HD as my guinea pig and got making one roll, albiet a cheat version!
Who has the time to make parathas from scratch? I resorted to making them using frozen parathas, which is a staple in my fridge. (Remember these Chilli Chicken Parathas? Another lazy recipe… 😉 ) It is so easy to make. Cook the paratha, pour the beaten egg on top, flip and cook till done, and serve with a generous stuffing of cabbage, cucumber and carrots. You can even drizzle in some ketchup or chilli sauce but that’s purely optional. Off to the recipe…
- 1 frozen paratha
- 1 egg, beaten with salt and pepper
- 2 tbsp sliced cabbage
- 2 tbsp sliced cucumber
- 2 tbsp sliced carrot
- Salt and pepper to taste
- ½ tsp vinegar or lemon juice
- Ketchup or chilli sauce as required (optional)
- Mix the cabbage, cucumber and carrot in a bowl. Combine the vinegar, salt and pepper to taste and toss it up well. Set aside.
- Heat the tawa. Put one side of the paratha down and cook till it is half done. You may flip to check once, but make sure to flip it back.
- Pour the beaten egg over the half cooked paratha and cook on low flame till the egg looks done.
- Flip and cook for a couple of minutes and switch off.
- Take onto the serving plate, sprinkle in the prepared salad. Drizzle ketchup or chilli sauce if using and roll. Serve immediately.
Check out the Blogging Marathon page to see what the other Blogging Marathoners are doing this BM#90.