Friday, March 23, 2012

Potato Peas Frankie / Wrap

I had some leftover potato peas mixture from the cutlet recipe and we were not interested in having cutlets for tea-time. Not wanting to waste it, I was bugging the huss for ideas on what to do and he was giving cold stares in return... ooh he was doing some office work by the way but that didn't stop me from nudging him :)))

He wasn't ready to share the sys and I was deliberate to get it from him as I wanted to search for some recipes and there was a heated argument going between the both. Finally he gave in and I was asked to give back the PC in 5 mins time. Brrrrr.. 5 mins to search for recipes, drill down and finalize on the wanted one. But I knew it was possible as I knew wat I was gonna search for.

I had always wanted to make a frankie and knew that this was the perfect time. I just wanted to browse for "How to assemble a frankie" and then I was ready to push away the sys and head for the kitchen. I adapted the recipe for Nits 4th sense cooking with slight changes.

~What U Need*~
Potato peas cutlet mixture(Click here for recipe)

For assembling Frankie
Onions(large) - 1
Chaat Masala - 1/2 tsp
Amchur powder - 1/4 tsp

Water - 3 tbsp
Chilly powder - 1/2 tsp
Amchur powder - 1 tsp
Salt - a pinch

Lemon Juice

Tomato Ketchup - as needed

Chapathis

How I Made it:
Pinch equal amounts of the potato peas mixture and make oval shaped tikkis. In a non stick tawa, roast them on both sides by adding few drops of oil.
Chop the onions finely and mix with chaat masala and amchur powder. Set aside.
Mix water, chilli powder, amchur powder and salt till the salt dissolves. Set aside.

Lets assemble:
Place chapathi on a plate. Keep two tikkis in the center. Sprinkle the onion masala mixture on top of the tikkis. Squeeze lemon juice on top and then drizzle a tsp of chilli water mixture on the tikkis.

Now spoon some tomato ketchup on top. Roll the chapathi tightly and wrap it up with foil.

Serve immediately.

So thats it Folks...
With Love,

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26 comments:

  1. great idea for a quick evening snack... :)

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  2. This looks super yummy......am drooling here.

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  3. This is awesome..makes me hungry,quick recipe

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  4. perfect for snack..great pictures..

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  5. wow nice dear...very inviting!

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  6. looks delicious and yummy .....

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  7. ha ha .,.arguments on cutlet.. u shd hv given them to me..yummy frankie..

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  8. this looks really delicious n very new also....loved it....
    Maha

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  9. awww vimi this so mouthwatering yummy.....i love frankie so much :d

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  10. good use of the left one subzi.. i bug him with food questions too when he's working :D

    Ongoing Event : I'm The Star

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  11. Hey this looks so delicious...very inviting

    foodydelight.com

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  12. They look so delicious, nice way of using the leftover cutlets..

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  13. Good idea for a snack!
    http://followfoodie.blogspot.com/

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  14. That's such a yummy way to use the left out..A real useful recipe Vimitha..Thanks.

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  15. awesome n luks so tempting dear....

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  16. ahh that looks like a perfect & yummy snack/dinner!! Loved the recipe!

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  17. love this healthy version of kathi roll

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  18. Yummy snack so perfect for kids..

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  19. I too tried Nitya's recipe recently and loved this frankie a lot ...loved ur step wise pictures ..

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  20. Delicious looking frankie, looks superb.

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