Sunday, 21 October 2012

Peg & Pig's Kitchen - Vegetable Wrap

Good morning, Sunday!

It has been raining this whole week, but Bangalore's festival season doesn't seem to be affected by the rains. People shopped in the rain. They went to musical concerts that are organized during Dasara festival. They visited temples. They also invited relatives, friends, and neighbors to their houses to see the arrangement of dolls. That's the spirit of the festival!

It's a lazy Sunday for us at our home. Because of the rain and cloudy weather, lost track of time; woke up late (not to mention the cough that has caught me). Well, does stomach ever forget the feeding time? Never. Stomachs got hungry, and I had to quickly prepare some delicious and healthy dish.

I made vegetable wraps.


I chopped french beans, carrots, and potatoes, and cooked them with a little salt (, ensuring they doesn't lose their shape). Then chopped onions and tomatoes (with seeds). Heated cooking oil (1 tbsp) in a pan, and added cumin seeds and mustard seeds. After the seeds crackled, added onion; fried them. To the pan, added tomatoes, and cooked till tomatoes became soft. Sprinkled a little sugar, salt to taste, a teaspoon or more Red chilli powder, and a teaspoon garam masala, and stirred well. After a boil, added the cooked vegetables, and mixed well. Removed from stove after 5-6 minutes.

While the vegetable filling cooked, made dough with whole wheat flour. Mix in a bowl about two cups of whole wheat flour, a pinch of salt, and two tablespoons of cooking oil. Then added sufficient water to the bowl and make a soft dough. Make small balls from the dough and roll the dough flat. Cook the chapathis on a heated pan, ensuring that the chapathis stay flat. Take a chapathi, put the stuffing at the center, and wrap. Serve the wrap as is or with chutneys or ketchup or curds.

Enjoy your Sunday!

Regards,
Asha

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