Watch: Turn Your Leftover Rotis Into Cheesy Veggie Roti Cones

Give a delicious wholesome makeover to your leftover rotis with the help of a bit of cheese, sauces and herbs.

Sushmita Sengupta  |  Updated: July 02, 2019 15:50 IST

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Watch: Turn Your Leftover Rotis Into Cheesy Veggie Roti Cones

Try these cheesy veggie roti cones and give your leftover rotis an all new makeover.

Highlights
  • Cheesy dishes are a huge hit among the people of all ages
  • Give an interesting cheesy makeover to your leftover rotis
  • Serve your cheesy veggie cones hot along with some ketchup

There's something about cheese; you stuff it in anything and the blandest of dishes come alive. The best part about cheesy dishes is that they are a hit among both kids and adults alike. If you have made a bit too many rotis at one go, you need not toss them away. As long as you have a bit of cheese, sauces and herbs at your disposal, you can give your leftover chapatis a whole new makeover.

In this recipe of cheesy veggie roti cone, Mumbai-based YouTuber Alpa Modi tells us how you can make the most of chapatis at your home. It is so easy that you can make them whenever hunger strikes. Cut your roti in four parts, fill them with veggies and cheese and fry them until golden brown. Yes, that's all it takes to make this crispy snack. The recipe video posted on YouTube channel ‘Something's Cooking With Alpa', also shows how you can glue your rotis together in a cone with maida to ensure they do not open up while frying. For the filling, you can be as experimental as you want. In this recipe, the stuffing is made with the goodness of onions, ginger, garlic, capsicum, jalapenos, black olives, chilli flakes, seasoning, tomato ketchup and cilantro. In the end, the mix is tossed together with shredded mozzarella cheese and stuffed carefully in the cones. Deep-fry these veggie cones until crisp, and serve hot.

(Also Read: Cooking with Leftovers: 5 Ways to Re-Use Rotis)

Here's how you can make easy roti veggie cones at home. 







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About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.

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