5 ways to use your leftover Roti!

We all had days of leftover food in our Kitchen which we had no idea what to do with them. Here are 5 fantastic ways you can convert the leftover Roti into something really yummy for your breakfast.

  1. Pizza : You will be in great surprise when you will taste the Roti pizza which not only healthy but also super delicious. Just put the pizza sauce, Cheese , Vegetables on the leftover roti. Sprinkle oregano and chilli flakes and put it on a pan to cook.
    Take it from the pan when cheese is melted. Savor the healthy pizza!


2. Chapati Noodles : When you want something spicy and yum!


Chapati- 6 cut into thin strips
Onion- 1 large finelt sliced
Tomato-3 chopped finely
Carrot-1 cut into lengthwise
Green chilli-2
Soy Sauce-1 tblspn
Coriander Powder  – 1 tblspn
Chilli Powder-1 tsp
Turmeric Powder- 1 tsp
Garam Masala Powder-1 tsp
Salt to taste
Coriander leaves  for garnishing
Oil – 1 tblspn

Heat oil in a wok or kadai. Add onions and green chilli and fry for 3 mins.Add carrots and cook for 5 mins till they are half cooked.Add tomatoes..Cook this till it turn mushy, it will take around 5 mins.Season with salt, Add all spice powders and mix well.Add some soy sauce and mix well. Now add in cut up chapatti and mix well.Garnish with cilantro and serve hot.


3. Burrito : This Mexican dish is easy to make. You can layer your chapati with anything that you like, anything that is available -cheese, sauces, veggies, meat. And then grill in the microwave until done.

4. Kothu Parotta : This Sri Lankan dish is hugely popular as a street food in Tamil Nadu. The wonderful combination of chapati and eggs is really delicious. Here is the Recipe


  1. Chapati – 1 (Already cooked)
  2. Egg – 1
  3. Big Onion – 2 (medium sized)
  4. Tomato – 1
  5. Green chilly – 1 (or 2)
  6. Chopped coriander leaves – 2 handfuls
  7. Curry leaves – From 2 sprigs
  8. Fennel seeds (sombu) – 1⁄4 tsp
  9. Cinnamon stick (pattai) – 2 small sticks
  10. Garam masala – 1⁄4 tsp
  11. Red chilli powder – 2 tsps
  12. Cumin powder – 3⁄4 tsp
  13. Coconut milk – 1⁄4 cup (or) water
  14. Salt – As needed
  15. Oil – 2 tablespoonsChop chapattis into smaller pieces using a knife / kitchen scissor. Set aside. Beat egg well and add some salt into it and beat again. Place a pan on flame pour oil, then pour the beaten egg into it and scramble well, remove from flame & set aside.Now to make the kothu chapati, place a kadai on flame and pour oil into it. After it heats up add fennel seeds, cinnamon stick, curry leaves, chopped green chillies, onions and sauté on low flame until onion seems half cooked.Then add the chopped chapati pieces into it and stir well. Cook until the chapati takes in the coconut milk completely and the dish seems dry.Then add the scrambled eggs and the remaining handful of chopped coriander leaves and sauté really well on low flame for 2 minutes.


    5.  Roti Payasam :In a skillet, reheat 3 rotis till they become crisp. Once crisp, cut them into small squares and set aside.

    Take about a cup of chickpeas, and cook in a pressure cooker, for about 3 whistles. Set aside.

    In a skillet, add 1 teaspoon ghee, and fry a handful of cashews and raisins. Set aside.

    In a saucepan, add 2 cups of thick coconut milk and 1/2 cup jaggery. Cook over a medium flame, till the jaggery has dissolved and you get a thick syrup. Add the cooked chickpeas and the roti squares, and cook for 3 minutes till the roti has absorbed the jaggery well.

    Add another cup of coconut milk to this mixture, 1/2 teaspoon cardamom powder, and cook for another minute, add the cashews and raisins, and stir. Take off the heat, and serve warm.

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