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Monday, May 30, 2011

Chapathi-noodles

I had chapati noodles for the first time in one of my cousin’s place. Then saw this recipe in Vijay Tv’s Suvai Ula. I had some left over chapathis today morning and wanted to try this and have it for lunch. I just made it the usual way I make fried rice / this one . This is sure a kid’s menu and you can give this to your kid when he come back hungry from school.




Chapati noodles recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Dinner
Prep Time: 15 mins    |  Cook time: 15 mins    Serves: 2

Ingredients


Chapati  3 
Onion ,cut length wise  1 
Cabbage,carrot,capsicum,cut into thin strips  1/2 cup altogether 
Garlic  2 pods,crushed 
Pepper powder  1/4 tsp 
Sambar /red chilli powder  1 tsp 
Green chilli(optional)  1 
Lemon juice  1/2 tsp 
Soy   1/2 tsp 
Tomato/chilli sauce  1 & 1/2 tsp 
Salt  As needed 
Coriander & spring onion,chopped  1 tblsp each for garnish 
Olive oil/ any cooking oil  3 tblsp 


chapati noodles

Method:

  1. Stack the chapatis and cut them first into 4 quarters and cut them into long thin strips.
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  3. Heat a pan with oil and add crushed garlic first followed by onion and green chillies. Fry for a minute and then add the vegetables carrot,cabbage and capsicum,frying each for a minute.
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  5. Lower the flame,add the sauces and pepper powder,sambar powder,little salt(chapati has salt,so add very little).Stir well and add the cut strips of chapati and toss well in high flame to mix thoroughly.
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  7. Lastly Garnish with finely chopped coriander and spring onion and serve immediately.
  8. Add chapati strips 

Notes:

  • You can make this simple like upma,just add sambar powder to make it spicy.
  • The above recipe serves only one person.Adjust accordingly if you want to prepare for more. 

I had this with raita,tasted great with it!

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80 comments:

  1. lovely pic...even i tried it at home once

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  2. I make it the same way tooo..the only change is adding gg paste instead of garlic pods...Chopping veggies n chapathi looks too gud and the final click is so cute....with doll nearby looks to me like u and vj :D

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  3. wow...
    sounds interesting dear...
    no doubt kids will definitely love this.
    gorgeous clicks with cute presentation :)
    Thx. for sharing

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  4. The chapati noodles look so yummy raji!!!I loved the carrot flower :)

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  5. Ya I too saw this in Suvai thedi. Looks cooool and love the chapati strips with a noodle style.

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  6. such a cute dish! Im sure every kid will love this and adults too :)

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  7. Excellent way to use up leftover chapatis and feel good about having eaten healthy and fun food!

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  8. I do this quite often,best way to get rid of leftover chappathis..

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  9. My co-sister always make this for us when we go to india. Cute clicks and nice presentation

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  10. that's so interesting! i have never heard of this before. a different take on kothu parotta i guess :)

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  11. I just loved the fotos..d background n especially those chopsticks...nice way to use d left over chapatis..:)

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  12. the best way to use the leftovers..yummy..

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  13. Delicious looking noodles and very innovative way of using up left overs, very nicely presented.

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  14. Wow dats a magnificent idea...a must try recipe...havent heard of this before...:)cute clicks...:)Visit me wen time permits!!:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  15. Delectable clicks...Its difficult to guess there is chapathi in it from the first pic. I usually make it the kothu paratta kind. This is sure to tempt kids.

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  16. What a neat idea of cutting rotis into noodle like strips. A surefire way of getting my kid to eat! Thanks, Raks :)

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  17. Looks so neat and yummy.Loved the clicks!

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  18. Damn good...just like kothu paratha..another one to try..

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  19. I really needed this recipe as in our house their is no taker of leftover rotis. perfect for brekfast. thanks for sharing Raks.

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  20. Wowo really new to me, love the idea and looks so so good. Love the carrot flower too ;-)

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  21. Makes a yummy snack & u can finish off the leftovers too!! I had seen it on Tarla Dalal`s site too..Has come out perfect.. :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  22. Nice try :) Can also try with left-over chapathis

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  23. very nice..........we call this kothu paratha.......

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  24. very interesting...surely kids will like it!!nice click!

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  25. something similar to kottu paratta???? very innovative way to use up left over chappathis!

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  26. Gorgeous clicks... and props are perfect !!!!
    Nice way of using up left over chapathi's..

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  27. wooow, loved the idea of turning chapati to noodles

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  28. Very interesting and unique..bookmarked! Step by step pics are very helpful!

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  29. What a great idea:-) Chapati noodles looks soo inviting and lovely clicks..

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  30. Lovely Presentation Raji.

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  31. Yummmm.. I am sure I will love this :)

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  32. Brilliant idea! I'm intrigued by this recipe and I'm sure the kids will love this -- they love anything noodles! That first picture is a beauty!

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  33. Wow!! adding chapatti as noodle is agr8 and innovative idea.. Looks perfect..

    Sunanda's Kitchen

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  34. Yummy snack Raks..love the pic of chopped vegetables!

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  35. Wonderful noodles recipe using chapatis dear. Looks delicious and inviting.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  36. Wow .. so different .. got to try it out for my kids. Thx for sharing.

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  37. This is a MUST MUST make ~ so beautifully presented!
    US Masala

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  38. Hey hi,
    thats a great idea of your friend.
    i make crispy khakras from leftovers.
    Now i get an idea from your recipe to make oilless american chopsui from those khakras.
    i will share my recipe with you after trying tomorrow.
    Thanks a lot.

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  39. lovely and innovaive recipe

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  40. That must be delicious - and such a favorite amongst kids.

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  41. Slurp,mouthwatering healthy chapati noodles..delicious!

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  42. I read the recipe name n I thought it must be something ..... n yes it is !! So delicious n so healthy !

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  43. v.yummy chilli chapathi aka chapathi noodles..I do the same way for chilli parotta n also for chapathi :)

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  44. Liked your unique twist on chappati upma

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  45. Looks yum ..nice way of using leftover

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  46. Hi.. All recipes r tempting and looking great. Keep going.

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  47. wow, that does look superb dear, what an excellent idea. Very new :)

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  48. Excellent idea and nice snaps..

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  49. Wonderful recipe and clicks..love to try this..

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  50. Hi Raji

    Really a awesome one.Even i also saw the same show and bookmarked to do one day,but as im too lazy hahahahaha till now didnt try.Now aftr looking yours will dfntly going to try may be next week.
    One more thing Raji,in case of buying a microwave oven whch company shall i go for and how many ltrs and wat kind of mode.As i dont have any idea regarding this and i wont do any non veg.So kindly guide me to buy a good one.

    http://sabdhaskitchen.blogspot.com

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  51. brilliant!! lovely pics n a recipe to match!! innovation at it's best!!
    Keep them coming dear!

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  52. That's a very innovative recipe...Lovely way to make children eat veggies and chapathi...Beautiful clicks

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  53. wonderful recipe and tempting clicks ..... will try for my daughter ..... glad to follow u ...

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  54. fantastic! bookmarking to try soon! Love your blog dear :)

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  55. This was such a delicious recipe I cooked and shared with my friends, even their kids loved it, u rocked! and Thanks for ur recipe!

    God bless! Sheeja

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  56. This is so good and very interesting recipe to know!

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  57. Sudha, sent you an email ...

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  58. nice recipe Raji! I don't have patience to cut the chapathi's like you.They look really cute! :)

    Loved the carrot flower too! Singapore bommai azhakaa sirikkuthu! :) :)

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  59. haha lovely one, raji, that bommai is so cute and lovely picture, thanks for sharing the recipe

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  60. nice trick to make kids eat chapatis!! Loved this innovative idea :)

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  61. I tried this recipe last weekend...but I skipped many of the steps as pointed here...In a wok added oil..fried tomato and onion...added chilli powder,sambhar powder and garam roasted and roasted the mixture...finally added the stripped chapathi..coated it the mixture and the dish was so yummy....will try the complete steps as mentioned here soon :) thank u so much :)

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  62. Looks so tempting and delicious!

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  63. Wowwwwwwwwwwwwww... sounds interesting and delicious.. very nice idea.. thanks for the recipe dear :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  64. This looks yummy from the pictures alone. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Can't wait to try it out.

    - fitted kitchens enthusiast

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  65. Just awesome is the word!!! very innovative

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  66. Just Awesome is the word!! very innovative

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  67. Just awesome is the word!!! very innovative

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  68. Dear Raks,

    I have been checking your methods for the last few months........ and certainly u have turned me into a reasonable cook from a very dull cook. Truly hats off to you.

    Do keep up this excellent work on this beautiful art. I will keep visiting you at least two times a day, and for that reason i see that am never out of net connectivity.

    Cheers
    Priya

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  69. Hi... thanks...

    i am looking for a 'Main Course - Veg' in order to participate in a food contest to be judged by chefs from reputed hotels.

    I am considering this recipe for that. Please suggest if something else comes to any of your mind, that is presentable, creative, tasty and rich.

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  70. Wow..Looks so Yummy and you are so creative mam:)

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  71. This indeed is superb and healthy way of using rotis,cutting them into strips.so simple yet never crossed the mind.

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  72. Superb.. Tried it..loved it.. !! :)

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  73. I made this for my son for dinner..It came out really nice, really innovative idea :) He said awesome !!

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  74. I made this for my son for dinner.. It came out nice, really innovative :)
    My son said awesome !!

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  75. Nice one. The idea of having the bommai showing the celebration of the success of the dish is cheeky !!Lovely clicks.

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  76. Looks really yum! i will try this out soon.

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  77. Will try it out today

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