Chatpati Chapatis |How to Make Chatpati Chapatis
- 4 chapatis
- 2 boiled potatoes, peeled & grated
- 1 carrot, peeled & grated
- 1 cheese cube, grated
- 1/2 cup grated paneer
- 1 tbsp. lemon juice
- 1 tomato, cut into strips
- 2 tsp. chat masala
- 1 capsicum, cut into strips
- salt to taste
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- In a mixing bowl, add potatoes, paneer, carrot, cheese, 1 tsp. Chat masala, lemon juice, salt and mix well.
- Divide the mixture into four equal parts and roll each part into a long roll of the size of chappaties. Keep aside.
- Warm the chappaties and place on a serving plate. Put one roll of potato & paneer mixture in the center of a chapati.
- Also add some capsicum and tomato strips, sprinkle chat masala on the top and roll up the chapati.
- Repeat the same procedure with the other chappaties and serve hot.
- Chatpati Chapatis |How to Make Chatpati Chapatis
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