According to Wikipedia : Kati roll also known as Kathi Roll is street-food originating from Kolkata,India. Its original form was a kati kabab enclosed in a paratha, but over the years many variants have evolved all of which now go under the generic name of Kati Roll.
Today, pretty much any filling rolled up in any kind of Indian flatbread is called a kati roll. Its a easy snack to make at home, with the help of frozen paratha from the shop!
1 -2 Frozen Paratha
1/2 Medium size Bombay Onion (Sliced)
1 Egg (lightly beaten with 1 tsp of water added)
1 tsp Mint Chutney (Pudina Chutney)
1 tsp Tomato Chutney
Left over chicken 65/Chicken Tikkaboiled potato pieces/cooked paneer, anything you could find in your fridge
Foil Paper/Parchment paper 4 x 6 inches
2 bamboo toothpick
1. Heat up a skillet at medium heat, roast both side of paratha until crisp and golden in colour. Keep aside.
Note: Use the paratha straight from freezer, no defrost required.
2. In the same skillet, add a few drops of oil, turn the heat to low and pour in half of the egg, flip the paratha just now over the egg while it is still runny so that the egg would stick to the paratha. Turn the heat up to medium, and cook for another minute, its done when the egg is cooked.
3. Take out the cooked Paratha, egg side up, spread slice onion, potato/chicken/paneer and spread some Mint Chutney, tomato chutney.
4. Roll up tightly with a foil/parchment paper, use toothpick to hold the paratha together into a roll. Cut into half if serve as starter, serve whole if desire.
Note : You can also use a bigger foil paper to wrap up the whole thing, it's an easy to carry snack for travelling/lunch.
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