Have you ever thought of reusing your leftover foods?
If not, then this article will bring a new light into your life.
Using leftover foods will not only save themselves from going into the dust-bin, but they can also be turned into lip-smacking snacks.
Food is one of the most important ingredients of human survival, which means we can ever survive without food.
Wasting food is a nasty habit.
We should never waste anything important to mankind, be it water, energy, electricity or food.
Waste management is getting so much popular, and we should also learn tips and tricks for managing waste.
But today’s topic is reusing leftover foods, especially rotis.
Now rotis are made out of wheat gram flour.
Rotis are also called chapatis in some parts of India.
Rotis are bread for Indians.
Though the making process of roti is quite lengthy and complicated, the result is worth the effort.
You can also alleviate the effort of making rotis by using roti makers.
Now, what is a roti maker? A roti maker is an electrical kitchen appliance dedicated to only making rotis.
The appliance has two leads attached with some pates.
You have to put the dough in between the two plates and wait for few seconds for the rotis to be perfectly round and puffed.
Now, as we’ve completed telling about the idea of re-using leftover rotis and how you can make rotis, let’s jump into the recipes that we’ve come up with to re-use leftover rotis.
Rolls with leftover Rotis
Rolls are maybe the most popular snack in India.
From street-side Dhaba to a 5-star restaurant, everyone has some fantastic rolls to offer in their menu list.
But what if I say you can try and make amazing rolls with the rotis you kept yesterday night.
You can recycle your old flat plain roti into something you could never imagine.
If you are a vegetarian, you can opt for vegetarian curry rolls, or if you are a non-vegetarian, you can go for chicken/mutton rolls.
But today we will be telling you paneer chicken roll.
For making this roll, you’ll need some paneer cubes, boneless chicken pieces, some dry masalas of your choice and tomato, garlic, ginger, onion paste.
Fry the chicken and paneer cubes with oil in medium flame along with the pastes, then add the dry masalas a pinch of salt and give them a saute for a few minutes.
Do not add much water as you don’t want a runny texture, or it will be dripping from the bottom of the roll.
When the filling is ready to bring out the leftover rotis, you made the previous day using a Rotimatic roti maker.
Apply a spoon full of butter on both sides of the roti and toss them in medium flame for a moment if you want.
Then add the filling into the roti and roll them.
Here you have your paneer-chicken roll ready to serve.
Let them cool for a bit then serve them with the sauce of your choice.
This recipe is best for the rotis made out of a Roti maker.
You can check some latest rotimatic reviews online for more details.
Finger licking Roti chaats with leftover Rotis
I’m sure you love Papdi-chaat.
But they are hard to make in-home, right?
But what if I say that, you can make the same preparation with leftover rotis in your home.
Yes, you heard it right.
You can make this delicious food item in your home using leftover Rotis.
Usually, leftover rotis become hard and crispy automatically, and to utilize this and make this even crispier. You have to apply a thin layer of butter on both sides of the roti fry it in medium flame until it becomes hard and crusty.
Then set it aside to cool for a bit, and let’s make the chaat.
To make the chaat, you will need finely chopped cucumber, chopped tomatoes, onions, potatoes, carrots, and beetroot.
Now mix a pinch of rock salt, chaat masala, amchur masala, red chili powder, and any other dry spices of your choices.
Now pour some curd and tamarind syrup on top of the mixture and sprinkle some peanuts over that.
Now cut the rotis into pieces and put them in between the chaat and finish by sprinkling some salt or chili flakes.
This chaat can make a great afternoon or evening snack.
You can also make it to your friends and guests, and we can assure you that they will love it.
It is quite a filling and healthy snack as well, so even if you are a fitness freak, you can undoubtedly eat this.
This is the best part of having a rotimatic in your kitchen.
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Some other easy and quick recipes you can make with leftover Rotis are:
Scrambled eggs and roti
Pancakes with leftover roti
Pizza with leftover roti
Poha with leftover roti
To conclude, all we have to say is if you want to re-use leftover Rotis innovatively, make sure you try these amazing finger-licking snack recipes at your home.
You will not be disappointed at all.