Roti Noodles ~ Easy Evening Snack

Roti Noodles

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Roti Noodles is a wonderful way to get kids to eat rotis and to use up leftover rotis in a better way. Cook these roti noodles in Indo Chinese style and kids will love it

I decided to make some fusion dishes for Day 3 of Thalis & Platters, where for week 1, I am making Platters. The week 1 platter is Kids’ favorite themes and needless to say, my kids enjoyed all the dishes selected for this week.

Roti Noodle is something you can make with fresh rotis or even with leftover rotis as it will be firm to be chopped as noodles. I used the vegetables that my kids will eat and kept it very simple.

First of all, my kids love Indo Chinese dishes, so it was very easy to pick this fusion theme and create a new dish for them. All the dishes fell very easily into the plan, except for the dessert. I had to think about different angles to decide this dish.

Finally, to keep with the fusion theme, I made Gulab Jamun Trifle, though knowing my kids, nobody would touch it.

Gulab Jamun Trifle was a hit with Hubby Dear. He had it all by himself and said it was really very delicious. Similarly, I selected dishes that are very easy to assemble, however, the whole time consuming is the process shots and the final assembly of all dishes.

Konda helped in clicking the final ones as I was too exhausted to do anything after cooking the dishes. So enjoy these Roti Noodles that are part of the Fusion Platter. For Day 3 Platters for Elders, you can check what it is in C4AS.

Roti Noodles

Thalis & Platters

Week 1 – Platters for Kids

Day 1 Pyjama Party
Day 2 Sandwich Platter

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Roti Noodles ~ Easy Evening Snack

Leftover rotis work best for Roti Noodles. You can make ith with fresh rotis as well.
To begin tightly roll the paratha and chop into thin strips like noodles.
Slicing the vegetables as thin will get the dish ready very quickly.
Heat a nonstick pan with oil and saute all the chopped vegetables along with spring onions white.
Sprinkle red chili flakes, salt to taste, and crushed garlic to the pan.
Add green chili sauce, tomato sauce, combine and let the veggies cooked
Add the roti strips to the cooked veggies, toss them well.
Serve hot.

Fusion Platter

Roti Noodles ~ Easy Evening Snack

Roti Noodles is a wonderful way to get kids to eat rotis and to use up leftover rotis in a better way. Since these noodles are made with the desi Indo Chinese method, kids would love this.
Course Breakfast, Dinner
Cuisine Fusion
Keyword Easy Breakfast Recipe, Leftover Roti
By Cook Method Stovetop
Occasion Evening Snack
By Diet Kid Friendly
Dish Type Instant Dishes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 2 people
Author Srivalli

Ingredients

  • 2 nos Rotis
  • 1/2 cup Onions sliced
  • Handful Spring Onion White
  • 1/4 cup Carrot thinly sliced
  • 1/4 cup Capsicum thinly sliced
  • 2 to 3 Garlic finely chopped
  • 1/2 tsp Green Chilli Sauce
  • 1 tsp Red Chili flakes
  • 1 tbsp Tomato Ketchup
  • 1/4 tsp Soya Sauce
  • Salt to taste
  • Handful Spring Onion Green

Instructions

  • Roll the rotis tightly and chop into thin strips like noodles.
  • Slice all the vegetables.
  • Heat a nonstick pan with oil and saute all the chopped vegetables along with spring onions white.
  • Add red chili flakes, salt to taste and crushed garlic.
  • Add green chili sauce, tomato sauce.
  • Once the veggies are cooked, add the roti strips and toss them well.
  • Serve hot.
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6 comments

  1. Usually i go with the roti fry with the left over rotis and forget about this. Glad that you could build a menu around your kids preferences and was able to incorporate this dish. I am in your husband’s party and would grab that jamun dessert as well.

  2. The roti noodles sound so so good , will give them a try this week itself , fantastic use of left over chapatis .
    I love such fusion foods , Savory or sweet both attract me – and yes even I have an eye on that Gulab jamun trifle .

  3. Love this idea of roti noodles. We make something similar, but not like noodles. It is our Indian style makeover which kids at times do not like it. Will try this with them 😀 😀

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