Monday, December 14, 2009

Gobi Tikka Roll


Ingredients

1 1/2 cup med size cauliflower florets


For marination

3 tbsp hung curds


1/2 tsp dry mint


1 tsp ginger-garlic paste

1 tsp garam masala powder


1 tsp red chilli powder

1 tsp cornflour


salt to taste


Other ingredients


3-4 tortillas


1 tbsp tomato sauce

1 tsp soya sauce

1/2 cup sour cream


2 tsp oil


a pinch of orange food colour

1/2 cup shredded lettuce


Method

  • Marinate the cauliflower florets with ingredients mentioned under marinade for 30 minutes
  • Heat oil in a non stick pan, and fry this marinated cauliflower till it becomes semi-dry and gets cooked
  • Then add a pinch of orange food colour,tomato ketchup and soya sauce and fry on a high flame till dry
  • Lightly fry the tortilla and keep aside
  • Take one tortilla,apply sour cream evenly, put 2 tbsp filling and 2 tsp of shredded lettuce in the center of it
  • Fold the 2 ends and then roll it as shown below
  • Same way repeat it for the rest of the tortilla and make 3 more wraps and then serve hot

56 comments:

  1. Wrap looks absolutely delicious. love the desi touch u have given to it.

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  2. This is so cool! Looks damn delicious and I'll surely try this!

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  3. Perfect for lunch..looks so delicious and healthy!

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  4. Sushma this maks me hungry... I just loved it... Thank U for the awsome Idea... to make such wraps :)

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  5. Looks so so delish. Wish i could grab one of them.

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  6. Now that was a super pictorial representation.

    Gobi tikka roll looks good and worth preparing inhouse.I try everything except the ones that need oven because I lack it here.

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  7. Wow wat a fabulous wraps, looks absolutely marvellous...makes me hungry Sushma!

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  8. WOW !! thats an awesome idea...looks soo cool and loved the pictorial you have shown... I am definitely going to try this

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  9. delicious rolls, nice idea using the tortillas.

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  10. Thanks for all your lovely comments...

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  11. Looks superb, dear!!...must have tasted great!!..yummyyy!

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  12. Gobi tikka rolls are really looking great,nice idea!

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  13. Wraps look awesome....nice click.

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  14. Nice wraps Nandini..gr8 presentation

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  15. this is absolutely delicious..love the plate too!!!

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  16. I love your marination recipe..Totally delicious, Sush:)

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  17. wow..looks mouthwatering..Can I have one ot them ???:))

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  18. wow looks so yummy!!!

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  19. Thanks for your lovely comments...do come again

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  20. You made me hungry Sushma..Wish I could grab one from that plate ..What a great idea..Thanks for sharing :-)

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  21. looks awesome! loved the gobi tikka!

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  22. What a tasty and flavorful wrap - it looks wonderful.

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  23. Ah such a cute plate with a delicious wrap

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  24. I always like ur presentation...they look colorful and tempting.

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  25. Oh Wow! What an awesome idea!!! This looks and sounds really delicious! I love that you showed how to roll them. Thanks for sharing such a great recipe, Sushma!

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  26. Hey sushma, another gr8 yummy recipe from u...this rolls are realy tempting...nice idea

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  27. Such a great picture, you're making me very hungry. This looks sooooo good..Makes me hungry!!

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  28. Wow!!! super yummy rolls...Love the click too..

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  29. Looks just gorgeous.Beautiful presentation. Such an innovative way to give an Indian spin to tortillas.LOve your detailed instructions. Bookmarking this recipe. Now I'm going to read the other 2 recipes I somehow missed reading.

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  30. OMG!! What a lovely wrap...cauliflower filling is too good. Very creative.

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  31. oh I love that plate!...and the meal on it looks delicious!!!

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  33. you never fail to amaze me... thanks for sharing

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  34. Nice pictures showing how to fold them Sushma... I was having a hard time rolling it perfect. Now can do it better... and tikka looks absolutely delicious :)

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  35. Thanks for all your beautiful encouraging comments..means a lot to me...come again all of you

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  36. Wrap looks perfect dear. Noting it down for our lunch pack.

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  37. Absolutely delicious .That pictorial instruction is just fantastic. Keep rocking Sushma.

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  38. Awesome picture sushma...Nice wraps..

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  39. wonderful plate..perfect dish for lunch box!!

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  40. Awesome wraps,loved it!!

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  41. Thanks for ur lovely comments, hope to c u all again and do try this one ...

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  42. Wow..... wraps looks mouthwatering, looks absolutely delicious.

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  43. Looks very nice..sorry ,its been along time i visited ur blog dear..Will be around often ..

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  44. Nice way of makingkids eat Gobi and Roti

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  45. That looks like a very healthy snack

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  46. Thanks valar, chitra ,soma and ms peanuts for your wonderful comments..hope to c u all again

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  47. Yum yum,pass that rolls to me. delicious rolls

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  48. you have some great collection of recipes..yum yum..

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  49. hi Sushma
    i have adapted this wrap and sent in my entry to Nupur's blog bites#5- wraps and sandwiches.
    thanks for sharing . I have linked back to your blog

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  50. This wrap looks great. Frying the cauliflower with the yogurt marinade sounds yum. Came from from the one hot stoves round up on sandwiches/wraps. If two of the entries in that event were inspired from this post, then this must be as good as it looks. Thanks!

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