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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Chapati Noodles Recipe - Leftover Chapathi Recipes

Chapati Noodles
The first time I had chapati noodles(vegetable chapathi noodles) was during my 10th std at my aunts place but her version was slightly varied which was more indianised. I modified the recipe a bit and followed my fried rice recipe for this chapathi noodles and have been following it lately as we are hooked on to the taste.I am rushing to the recipe as I've to go to make granola bars(before mittu wakes up) as amma had been asking for it since 2 weeks and I cant delay anymore.....And also my craving cant wait anymore :) So when I am off to make my/our fav granola bars you check out the recipe :)
Chapati Noodles Recipe

Chapathi Noodles Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 15 mins | Cooking Time : 15 mins | Serves : 2
Recipe Category: Main | Recipe Cuisine: Chinese

Chapathi - 4
Onion - 1 chopped lengthwise
Cabbage - 1/4 cup(tightly packed)  chopped lengthwise
Carrot - 3 tbsp sized chopped lengthwise
Capsicum - 2 tbsp sized chopped lengthwise
Garlic - 5 pods chopped finely
Pepper powder - 1 tsp
Soya Sauce - 1/4 tsp
Tomato sauce - 2 tsp
Salt - to taste
Cooking oil - 1 tbsp

Method:

  1. Chop all the veggies lengthwise and keep aside.Stack the 2-3 chapathis and cut into four squares.I used my kitchen scissors , but you can use a sharp knife too.
    How to make chapati noodles - Step1
  2. Then cut each quarter into 2 as shown in the pic. Then cut along thin strips lengthwise.How to make chapati noodles - Step2
  3. Heat oil, add onion and garlic saute until browned. Now add carrot and cabbage, saute them till raw smell leaves, saute in medium high flame keep sauteing to avoid burning.Then add capsicum and saute for a minute.
    How to make chapati noodles - Step3
  4. Then add soya sauce, tomato sauce and pepper powder , mix well. Add required salt.Now add the chapathi strips  and mix well. Simmer for 2mins, give a quick stir and switch off.
    How to make chapati noodles - Step4
This is the best chapathi leftover idea I have found over the years. Sometimes I just add sambar powder, coriander powder and make it indianised. So no more second thought when there is left over chapathi at home :) This is sure another take for our kothu parotta which is coming up soon. Chapati Noodles Recipe

My Notes:

  • You can garnish with spring onions at the end, I didnt have so skipped it.
  • Olive oil gives a nice flavour to the chinese dishes so I prefer using it. You can use normal cooking oil also.
  • The veggies are upto ur choice, you can plus or minus the quantity as per your taste.
  • You can also add egg with the veggies while sauting.
  • On the whole the chapatis and veggies should not be very soft it should be crunchy and slightly soft like in noodles and veg fried rice.
Chapati Noodles Recipe
Written by: SHARMILEE J

62 comments:

  1. This is an all time hit dish at home to use the leftovers..i love the clicks..as usual..

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  2. Amma made them the Indianised way too. I will have to try your version sometime.

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  3. Wow!! you wont believe!! I was just talking abt this recipe to amma last evening :) and super happy to see it here today :)Makes me want it sooooon :)

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  4. Super duper clicks. I'm yet to try it out though the kids have been hinting to me for some time.


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  5. I like it always indianized with sambar powder,some times I make it very plain too without veggies,only onion love that too.....

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  6. such an interesting idea...wow....i wud've never even thgt of something like this....will give it a try soon....:)...beautiful click as always..:)

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  7. I prefer chinese version 2 Indian version for this..looks yummy....:)

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  8. Nice idea.... chapathi noodles super yummy.

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  9. I have to make this for my son .. he will love it. Looks yummy Sharmi.

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  10. a childhood favorite. roti poha was what we used to call it. i shud make it sometime soon again and maybe with your recipe this time. very delicious, Sharmi.

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  11. Happy to see it. I make them same way as yours and call them chapati fry. This is in my drafts too.
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  12. Great Idea! I can use whatever veggies i have on hand! sounds like a healthy meal!

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  13. Wow Sharmilee, what a super duper idea to make chapathis more fun for kids!! (and for the kids at heart too) - definitely going to try this soon!

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  14. What an innovative way of using left over chapathis!!! The noodles look very yummy Shramilee :)

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  15. Nice way of using the left over chapathis....I usually cut them into pieces...but this is nice and presentable.

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  16. Very tasty way of consuming left over rotis. Loved ur version and wonderful clicks too.

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  17. A nice way to use up leftover chapathis...This sure will be a hit with my kid....nice clicks

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  18. lovely dish with leftover chapatis ..

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  19. This is favourite in my family and I make it almost every weekend either with Tortillas, Parathaas or like yourself left over chappathis.

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  20. Lovely idea and a decent name for a leftover !
    I too concoct some different dishes from the leftovers. They sometime turnout more delicious than the actual dish!

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  21. I very recently ate this at my friend's place & was amused! I got the recipe from her which is more Indianised.
    Great pictures!

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  22. Nice dish. Its like the indo-chinese version of kothu parota :-).Never tried it..will definetly try it.

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  23. colourful noodles...surely kids will like it!

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  24. super yummy...innovetive..:)

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  25. Captivating and a quick recipe to look forward to . Brilliant, wish to try it.

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  26. A tasty way to use chapathis.

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  27. Nice try dear,wonderful idea..looks so delicious.

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  28. awesome idea dear....love this recipe...bookmarked to try....

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  29. Delicious recipe...love the idea of turning leftover chapathi into such an interesting recipe....Beautiful clicks..

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  30. my grandma used to make..love it :)

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  31. sharmi....this is the same way i do it ...same pinch :)

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  32. a cool idea dear, looks great, jus pass me that platter :)

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  33. Hi,You have very beautiful blog first time on your blog love the recipe ;)

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  34. Great recipe,looks so delicious and inviting too...

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  35. Hey sharmi, my mom will make this during my school days with the left overs. That time,I used to think wow my mom is one genius. Thanks for reminding me about this dish, I totally forgot about it.
    Sweets, even you are also very smart :-)

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  36. Lovely idea to have a treat for my kids!

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  37. Great idea and excellent clicks.

    I recently posted a recipe for Mini Mango Cheesecake . Please have a look at it when you have time.

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  38. This looks perfect and awesome. Nice evening snack or breakfast. Yummy, will try this for my little one.

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  39. Perfect dish with leftover chapathis:)

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  40. Awesome idea, love this chapati noodles...yum yum yum :)

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  41. What a great idea. Bookmarked, I'm trying this out soon.

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  42. I shared some awards with u...please collect them from my blog...tc..enjoy..:)

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  43. I shared some awards with u...please collect them from my blog...tc..enjoy..:)

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  44. This's a brilliant idea, never tried this before. Now I know what to do with those left over chappatis...!

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  45. It is something like Kuthuparatha right? (which you will get it in TamilNadu)Nice try

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  46. @Vanamalar : Yes kind of same as kothuparota but in a chinese version :)

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  47. I have never heard of something like this. Tried it today, me and my hubby never had a better breakfast. Thanks so much!

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  48. this is so creative- looks super yummy!!
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  49. Thanks for sharing. Hubby loves it n it made our day. Best eaten straight from the wok...

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  50. this reminded me of srilankan dish which u used to have in london...cant wait to try it..i think i can try it with tacos

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  51. new idea..........very nice..............

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  52. nice idea...! wnt to try it right NOW..!

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  53. Very nice idea...will try it and I am sure my daughter will like it

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  54. just tried it out... its awesome... but y my chapati turns yo be soft?? :(

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  55. Tried it.. Good way for me to make left over chapathi for morning breakfast with more and more veggies but i didnt add soya sauce instead added more pepper

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