Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Power Wrap Chapathi with Soy Flakes

This one is my favorite break-fast dish, as i can prepare this within 15-20 minutes and a healthy one too. i prepare this roll frequently for morning break-fast, as my hubby can't say, "i dont have time". it just takes  minutes to push this into the mouth, between its also becomes a balanced one.

Ideal to pack these chapati rolls for lunch box, along with some fruits and a juice or butter milk.

If serving these rolls for kids, then do not add finely chopped green chilli's, instead just slit the chillies and add, later, when you prepare the roll, discard the green chillies. If you want to add beans and green peas, you need to steam cook them earlier, and then add to the mixing.


Chapati  - 3
Grated Carrot - 1/4 cup
Grated Cabbage - 1/4 cup
Green Chilli - 1 (finely chopped)
Soy flakes / granules - 1/8 cup
Onion - 1/2  (finely chopped)
Corriander Leaves - 1 tbsp (finely chopped)
Salt - as per taste
Oil - 1 tsp


In a cup of boiling water, add the soy granules & 1/4 tsp salt and let it soak in the hot water for about 10 minutes. then drain them and wash them with cold water at least twice. then squeeze the soy granules to let the water out and place the granules ready.

In a Pan, heat the oil, add finely chopped onion & green chilli slices. saute the onions till they turn translucent. then add grated carrot, cabbage and the soy flakes. mix them well. add salt to taste and just saute them for a minute or two, till the cabbage and carrot is done.

Garnish with finely chopped coriander leaves. you may add 1/2 tsp of lemon juice if you prefer.

 Have fresh chapati's, place the soy vegetable mixing towards a corner of the chapati and start rolling the chapati tightly. cut in the middle of the chapati roll with your kitchen scissor's.

This leads to WBB-SOY. Now Iam taking this to JFI-SOY, hosted by Sia of Monsoon Spice.


  1. Interesting Break-Fast Lavanya..:D

    ~ Siri

  2. Good one, Lavanya. Welcome to food blogging world :)

  3. really nice way to sneak in protein to a usual carb laden breakfast!!

  4. You can give this tome any time of the day :-)

  5. Looks yummy, Lavanya! Enakku konjam kodungal! :)

  6. Kalai..konjam enna nirayavae eduthukoanga:)

    nandri..meendum varuga.

    Rajitha nice of you, for stepping up and passing a comment.

    Siri..thanks for your comments. looking forward for your future visits.

    Happy cook..thats really nice of you.

    nags..thanks you for your welcome.

  7. I make something similar and call it a roll! Esp when I need to hurry up with my eating! :-) including soy is so good. You can add soy flour to the atta too :)

  8. Thanks for your superb idea DK. even i love this as it is easy to push into, when we are in hurry.

  9. Nice, power packed bkfast, LAvi...

  10. Healthy and delicious, Lavi. These soy wraps look awesome!

  11. wrap looks very healthy & delicious Lavi.

  12. beautiful wraps, healthy, and a great entry..:-)

  13. Hey Lavi, first time to your blog. Chapathi rolls looks delicious. I often make this in order to make my girls eat veggies.

  14. Hai Lavanya, your recepie is good. I like it very much. I know what is soya granules

  15. very healthy idea lavi!havent used soy granules yet! new to them!


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