Noodles recipe is everyone’s favorite. Who doesn’t like a bowl of hot and spicy noodles? But we all prefer healthy snack recipes. And therefore I made chapati noodles, which is not only a healthy snack recipe but also an easy dinner recipe as well as an easy lunch recipe.
Thin strips of chapatis cooked with crunchy vegetables with the hint of soya sauce, the zing of vinegar, the heat of chili sauce, and pungency of garlic and ginger, makes a dish totally appetizing and so healthy. Noodles recipes call for noodles (obviously) which are made with all-purpose flour, which is not healthy. Replacing those noodles with chapati makes it a very healthy snack recipe with the very healthy veggies and wholesome chapati combined in one dish.
Chapati noodles obviously call for chapati or roti. Rot is the most basic Indian bread. In fact, the first thing I learned in the kitchen was roti recipe i.e. how to make chapati? This is one of the most basic Indian recipes. I have yet to do a post on chapati recipe. Although nowadays many people use roti maker or chapati maker to make roti, machines do not give that taste. Let’s have a look at what is required for chapati noodles:
Roti: This noodles recipe is the best way to use leftover roti. I make thin roti and those were perfect for chapati noodles. Obviously the roti prepared with whole wheat flour has been used.
Vegetables: The most basic and common vegetables used for Chinese noodles recipe have been used which include cabbage, bell peppers, carrots, spring onions, etc. You can add other vegetables also, such as mushrooms, etc.
Sauces: As regards the sauces, dark soya sauce, and chili sauce have been used. Other than these, vinegar has been used. Indispensable for the noodles recipes, ginger and garlic have been used. Well, for me the noodles recipes can’t be balanced without tomato ketchup and therefore the same has been used.
Leftover chapati is a very common thing in Indian households. What can be prepared with leftover roti? Answers are roti upma, aloo frankie, soya keema roll, etc.
Serve these hot for a weekday lunch.
1.This recipe serves 2-3 persons.
2.For any noodles recipe, it is important that the preparations must be done before starting the cooking process. Roll the chapati and cut into thin strips.
3.Separate the strips. Keep aside for now.
4.Heat 2 tbsp of oil. Once it is hot, add 1 tbsp garlic paste, followed by ½ tbsp ginger paste. Cook on high flame for 30 seconds.
5.Next add ½ cup each sliced bell peppers and carrots. Cook on high flame for 2 minutes.
6.Add the chopped spring onions bulbs. Cook for a minute.
7.Add 1 cup of sliced cabbage and onion greens. Cook for 2 minutes.
8.Add the chapati noodles.
9.Add 2 tbsp vinegar.
10.Add 1 tbsp soya sauce.
11.Add 1 tbsp chilli sauce.
12.Toss everything well.
13.Add in salt to taste. Be careful, as the sauces too have salt. Therefore add accordingly.
14.Finally add in 2 tbsp tomato ketch up and ½ tsp black pepper powder. Toss everything well.
15.Taste and adjust the seasoning, if required.
16.Serve hot. Bon appétit!
PREP TIME 20 minutes
COOK TIME 10 minutes
TOTAL TIME 30 minutes
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