Pair these chillas with green mint chutney, aam chutney or tomato chutney.
Cooking with leftover items is exciting and fun
With a dash of creativity, turn your leftover food into yummy delights
Here's how you can turn your leftover rotis to yummy chillas
How often does this happen that you are left with a lot of food from last night's dinner party?! One of the biggest problems with leftover food is that not many people prefer to eat the same thing again the next day. And if you have fussy eaters at home, they wouldn't like the same paneer or dal recycled on the lunch table. For many others, food wastage is an absolute terrible idea, especially when there are hundreds and thousands who are food deprived. So, why not add a pinch of creativity to your leftover dishes and turn them into delicious-looking delights that are hard to turn down.
Leftover food recipes: Cooking with leftover items is not only exciting and fun but is quite sustainable too. It doesn't require a lot of efforts as in most cases, you just have to reheat the leftover food and add some more ingredients to turn it into a completely new dish. It is almost like an old, plain and boring dish getting a quick makeover into a bold and delectable avatar. In this article, we are going to learn how we can use our leftover rotis to make delicious chillas that can be a part of our breakfast or lunch menu.
Here's a recipe of chilla made using leftover rotis, shared by famous YouTuber Alpa Modi on her channel ‘Something's Cooking With Alpa'. In this recipe, Alpa has used leftover rotis and added a few more ingredients like gram flour, onions, cabbage, dhaniya, fried green chillies and ajwain (carom seeds). You can pair these chillas with green mint chutney, aam chutney or tomato chutney along with a tall glass of lassi or smoothie. So, without much ado, let's look the recipe video and learn how to turn leftover rotis to yummy-licious chillas.