Thursday, August 29, 2013

Caramelised Roti Crisps - Quick Kids Recipes

Caramelised Roti Crisps
I happened to try this quick recipe long back and then on, I have been making it often for mittu as she loves it.You can fill your kids snack box with this or serve it for breakfast too.They will sure love as its approved by mittu I am very much confident about the recipe :) I have few of my friends and readers asking for kids recipes so I am planning to post more kid friendly recipes in future , so keep watching.
Caramelised Roti Crisps

Caramelised Roti Crisps Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 5 mins | Cooking Time : 10 mins | Serves : 2
Recipe Category: Sweet | Recipe Cuisine: South Indian | Recipe Reference : Vegbowl

Phulka (Chapthi) - 2
Ghee - 1 tbsp
Sugar / Honey - 1 tbsp
Cardamom powder - 1/4 tsp

Method:

  1. Take 2 leftover phulkas / chapathi. Cut them into squares or tear thm into peices.Heat ghee in a pan adn toss the pieces till they are evenly coated with ghee.
    How to make caramelised roti - Step1
  2. When the rotis start to turn crisp, add sugar and keep in low flame, stir once. Sugar will start to melt and caramelise in few minutes.Gently mix so that it coats evenly. Switch off and add cardamom powder.
    How to caramelised roti - Step2
Serve warm with a cup of coffee...yum!

My Notes:

  • You can use the same recipe for leftover dosa or bread too.
  • They are crisp and yummy. But if you want them a bit on the softer side then just toss the rotis and sprinkle sugar and switch off.
Caramelised Roti Crisps
Written by: SHARMILEE J

20 comments:

  1. wow nice, we too make this one, more often with salty...

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  2. Looks yum!!! This is an interesting way to use up left over rot is :)

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  3. i have heard of caramelised dosai :) not roti ! have to try !

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  4. Recycling rotis cant be better than this. I'm gonna try for my lil one.

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  5. i loved this one but I see no option of sharing this on facebook.

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  6. very interesting snack and nice way to use the leftovers :) looks super delicious dear :)

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  7. interesting dish..looks super tempting..definitely kids will love this...

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  8. looks great..will definitely try it...btw also wanted to thank you for posting such awesome and simple recipes. I was encouraged to try baking after reading your recipes...especially the eggless bakes....have tried the banana muffins, chocolate, marble and vanilla sponge cake..and each time my kids have finished it within a day...so thank you again for inspiring a non-foodie like me to try out new dishes...UR BLOG ROCKS!!!

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  9. love chapathi with sugar..this sounds interesting, my kids would love this :) nice snack recipe for kids...last pic semma cute ah erukku :)

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  10. Very quick and excellent snack, a kid's friendly caramelise roti crisps.

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  11. Sounds really cool, should be favorite for kiddos...cute clicks

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  12. Thats very simple and quicky :) i can try for my little cousins :)

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  13. This is something new... Will have to see if my nieces like them.

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  14. Very simple and easy to make snack recipe! Lovely pics too :)

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  15. Thanks a lot Sharmi !. This clicked taste buds of my 2 year old. Awaiting more of such quick healthy toddler foods.

    Also would it taste good, if I follow same process for idli/dosa ?

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    1. I haven tried it Lek...You can give a try and see, guess it will work good for idlis

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  16. I found this website at 1 am and there is nothing in my fridge. Do you know my feeling when I see these delicious foods here :(

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