Jan 11, 2014

Wraps with leftover cutlet/pattie mixture...

Leftover cutlet/patties mixture can help you make a delicious and filling breakfast/snack. Usually when there is just a little left which doesnt convince anyways, I like to make wrap and enjoy a hearty meal. Sometimes I just even leave it in the freezer for a couple of days before I can take it out again and transform into a wrap

Dont go by the color of the cutlet mixture here. The picture shows it too gaudy whereas it wasnt as bad when I made the cutlets. I think the flash in my camera gave that scary red look. I admit that this time it was deep red - coz it was a red cutlet we made ;) and it was my niks who named it so. It so happened that we had beetroots to be moved from the fridge. So left with no other choice that day, we made beetroot cutlets / red cutlets to be correct. Oops they look like red meat to me now 

Anyways the key here is to use the leftover cutlet mixture to make long thin shaped patties and then roll them in whole wheat flatbread with some fresh onion and cabbage for a perfect wrap to enjoy

Serves... 1 person
Serve option... Hot

This is what u'll need....

Leftover cutlet/patties mixture 
Chapathi - 1
Onion - 1/2 of small
Cabbage - 1/4 cup
Ketchup - 1/2 tbspn
Lemon juice - few drops (optional)
Pepper to taste
Salt to taste

Here is the stir....
  • Make a whole wheat chapathi and lay it on a hot iron tawa. Cook it for a few seconds 
  • Flip it over and cook till done
  • Remove from flame and transfer it to a plate
  • Thinly slice onions and finely shred cabbage. Make log-like shapes out of the cutlet mixture and cook it in the tawa till done
  • Take a prepared roti and spread a little ketchup on it. A little  should do enough

  • Place 2 cutlets to run across the chapathi which will make it easier to roll
  • Top the patties with thinly sliced onions and shredded cabbage

  • Sprinkle a pinch of chaat masala on top
  • Roll it into a wrap gently tucking the first end a little when starting to fold
  • Cut the wrap at an angle to make it more presentable and easier to handle when eating 

  • Use thinly sliced peppers for more flavors
  • This is just about using leftovers so I like to keep it as simple as possible
  • You can also use a little green chutney to make it more tasty

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