Sunday, August 19, 2012

Chicken Kathi Roll

 I made this recipe keeping Meeta's Monthly Mingle in mind and also was missing Indian Street Food.....
Its a super simple recipe - it has lot of steps but they are pretty simple... and tastes amazing!!! You can modify this recipe in terms of Marinade the way you like or just keep it the way i mentioned... it will surely make you want more ... I omitted the Mint Chutney for one Roll as my friend doesnt like Mint flavor and she loved it ..... Just one thing is important - Enjoy ...

for Chicken Marinade
3 Chicken Breasts - cut into small pieces
2 tspns Tandoori Chicken Tikka Masala
1/2 tspn Red Chilli Powder
1-2 tspn Ginger-Garlic paste
1/2 tspn Chat Masala
Salt as per taste

For Kathi Roll Stuffing
1 Green Pepper - Chopped
1 Red Onion - Chopped
1 tbspn Oil

for assembling Kathi Roll
6 Indian Flatbreads (Roti / Chapatis)
1 tbspn Butter
6 tspns Mint Chutney

1] In a bowl, mix all the ingredients for Chicken Marinade and keep it aside for atleast 1 hr
2] Preheat Oven at 350 degrees F, Bake the chicken for 12-15 mins
3] Turn the Oven to Broil which is at 500 degrees F and let the Chicken broil till you get a nice crust on it.
4] In a heated pan, add Oil, when heated add the Onion and bell pepper and saute for a while till Onions are cooked.
5] Add Broiled Chicken to this and saute for atleast 5 mins till it starts sticking to the pan. This will give nice blackened effect to the chicken.
6] Heat a flat pan / tava. Apply butter to Flatbread / Roti and put on tava and let it cook till it turns slightly brown.
7] Repeat this for all 6 Rotis
8] Apply Mint Chutney to all the Rotis/Flatbreads. Put Chicken Stuffing in the center and fold the roti and close it with a toothpick. Repeat for all the 6 Rotis.
9] Broil the Kathi Rolls for 1 min - Dont keep the Tray of Kathi Rolls too close to the coil to avoid burning.

Now just Enjoy this wholesome meal :)



Tandy said...

lovely street food :)

SR said...

wow! im gonna try this! :)

Unknown said...

Very informative post ...Nice explanation on food combinations... thanks for sharing.!
chowringhee kathi roll

Unknown said...

Kathiroll is one of my favourites! Yours looks great :) I make it often as i never manage to set paneer properly and get a crumbled one, making it perfect for this! chowringhee kathi roll