Chapati Noodles

Chapati Noodles sounds interesting right, saw this recipe on one of the TV Show. Its a great alternative to the left over chapatis / rotis. and perfect for lunch, brunch, dinner or for an evening  snack too. Quick and simple dish to pack for school and office lunch box too. 

Last night we had a small party  at my place and I had some Chapatis left over. I have  packed my kids and hubby's lunch box with few chapatis and some left over curry. But my daughter doesn't  want to eat them. She was asking for  noodles. Then this simple and yummy recipe  clicked into my mind which I saw on TV couple of months ago. Here goes the recipe........ 

Blogging Marathon 72
Week 3 , day 3
Theme: Vegetarian Dinner recipes


Chapati / Roti 4
Sliced Onions 1/4 cup
Grated carrots 1/4 cup
Tomato 1 large
Chopped cilantro 1/4 cup
Crushed garlic 1/2 spoon
Salt to taste
Soy sauce 1/2 spoon
Chili Sauce 1 spoon
Black pepper powder 1/4 spoon
Oil 3 spoons
Maggi Masala / Sambar masala 1 spoon


Cut chapatis into thin and long  slices like noodles.( not too thin)
Heat pan add oil.
Add crushed garlic and sliced onions.
Saute for a minute and add grated carrots and chopped tomato.
Cook till the tomatoes turn mushy, about 3 -4 minutes on medium flame.
Now add soy sauce, chili sauce, black pepper powder and sambar masala.
Mix everything thoroughly.

Now add sliced chapati pieces and salt to taste.
Mix, cover and  let cook for another 2 minutes.
Garnish with chopped cilantro and serve hot.

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Srividhya said...

using maggi masala is a great idea.. super yum. Great way to use left over chapati

Sandhiya said...

Interesting idea to finish up the leftover rotis/Chapathi. Sound delicious

Srivalli said...

Very interesting way to use chapathi..

Sharmila kingsly said...

An awesome way to use left over chapati.. Kids will love this :)

Unknown said...

Not only kids it's very interesting to have leftover chapatis like this for elders too..

Pavani said...

That's such a delicious and flavorful transformation of leftover chapatis. That dish looks almost like real noodles.