vegetable roll recipe

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How to Make Vegetable Roll Recipe

vegetable roll recipe step by step – Stir-fried vegetables, flavored with garlic and a few spices such as salt, black pepper, along with tomato ketchup, combined with cheese, rolled up in a chapati or paratha makes a veg roll. Along with vegetables, cheese is also used. Cheese, processed and spread, both have been used. The soft paratha followed by crunchy vegetables gives a mix of textures in the mouth. This veg roll recipe is absolutely healthy and very wholesome. Further, the veg roll recipe is absolutely customizable. You can add the veggies of your choice and omit the ones you don’t like or have. Vegetable rolls are great for tiffin, lunch box, picnics, etc. Veggie roll is liked a lot by the kids and is a great way to add vegetables in their diet.

Vegetable Roll- Ingredients:

Veg Roll recipe calls for

Chapati/Paratha: My favorite Indian bread for any roll recipe is plain paratha made with whole wheat flour. It is soft, rolls easily and is obviously is a healthy option as compared to the maida rotis.

Vegetables: I have used the most basic vegetables that are used for noodle recipes i.e. cabbage, capsicum, and carrots. In the pictures, the carrot is not seen as when I shot the pictures for this post carrot wasn’t available. Lettuce has also been used. Other than this, onion and garlic have been used. You can use spring onions, mushrooms, etc.

Seasoning and flavoring: Salt along with black pepper has been used to season the filling of the vegetable roll. Tomato ketchup has been used to balance the flavors.

Recipes similar to Veg Roll Recipe

I find rolls and wraps to be very convenient. All the elements of a meal are rolled up and packed, what could be more convenient than this? And therefore we have a number of roll recipes i.e. paneer roll, aloo frankie, soya keema roll, etc.

How to serve Veg Roll?

Serve it with tomato ketchup for brunch or pack it for kids’ tiffin or lunch box.

Veg Roll Recipe

1.This recipe makes 4 vegetable rolls.

vegetable roll recipe

2.Heat 1 tbsp of oil. Add 1 tbsp garlic and cook it for 30 seconds on high flame.

vegetable roll recipe

3.Next add in 2 sliced onions. Cook for 1 minute on high flame, stirring continuously.

vegetable roll recipe

4.Next add 1 sliced capsicum. Cook for 2 minutes on high flame, stirring continuously.

vegetable roll recipe

5.Next add in 2 cups of shredded cabbage. Cook on high flame for 5-6 minutes, till the veggies soften but a bite remains.

vegetable roll recipe

6.Next add in salt to taste and 1 tsp of black pepper powder.

vegetable roll recipe

7.Also add 2 tbsp of tomato ketch up. Cook for a minute.

vegetable roll recipe

8.Take out the mixture in a plate and let it cool down.

vegetable roll recipe

9.Once it cools, add ¼ cup grated processed cheese. Mix well and keep aside. Check and adjust the seasoning.

vegetable roll recipe

10.To make vegetable roll, on the paratha apply cheese spread and tomato ketch up.

vegetable roll recipe

11.Next, place a lettuce leaf.

vegetable roll recipe

12.Put enough stuffing.

vegetable roll recipe

13.Roll it and secure with a toothpick.

vegetable roll recipe

14.Bon appetite.

vegetable roll recipe

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