Peas Potato Roll Wrap ~ Easy Dinner Ideas

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After what seem to be some never ending days of cough and cold, I simply didn’t have the thing in me to write a post. Though everything was ready, I didn’t have the mood to write anything. However I can’t let it just go right, having enjoyed these rolls, it’s only natural that I share with you guys, something that was rusled up, to make a hearty meal in itself.
I was supposed to make chaats for week 1, since things happened unexpectedly, I had to change the theme but again went ahead making some of the chaats during the weekend.

Since I was making it on a sunday afternoon, Konda actually said no to the chicken and wanted to dig into these rolls. She was upset I would make it on a day when she couldn’t enjoy it properly. So I know I will be making it again.

Peas Potato Roll Wrap
Ingredients Needed:
For the Roll
Peas, boiled – 1 cup
Potato, boiled – 1/2 cup
Salt to taste
Chaat Masala – 1/2 tsp
Red chili powder – 1 tsp
Turmeric powder a pinch
Roasted Cumin powder – 1/2 tsp
Rava/ semolina for rolling over
Oil for cooking
For the Wrap

Wheat Chapati – 2 rotis
For the Onions

Onions, julinnes – 1/2 cup
Salt to taste
Chaat Masala a pinch
Kala Namak a pinch
How to make the Peas Potato Roll
MW Potatoes for 4 -5 mins, mash well. Boil the dried peas till tender.
Heat a kadai with oil, add the boiled peas, all the spices and mash well. Cook till everything is absorbed and the peas is spicy.
Now add the boiled potato to the peas and mix well. Make into barrels and roll over rava to coat well.
Then pan fry the rolls in oil, till all the sides are cooked and roasted well.
Cut onions as julinnes, mix in salt and spices. Keep it aside.
Have the chutney made and ready
How to assemble the roll
Once the rotis are made, on the top spread the green chutney as required.
Then add the onions, then place the rolls. Fold and serve.

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Peas Potato Roll Wrap ~ Easy Dinner Ideas

Course Brunch, Dinner
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  1. same here. It seems to be anver ending story with the cough and all. My daughter and I. These rolls look so good I couldn't not comment here. I must try these sometime. A happy New Year to you Srivalli

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