Sunday, 1 March 2015

Roti with amul cheese slice and carrots - easy lunch box recipe

Here is a simple kids lunch box recipe. Give those boring rotis a face lift up with cheese and grated carrots. These cheese rotis are so easy to make and tastes delicious. Posting this recipe since one of Ryan's friends mom requested for the recipe. Seems, these rotis are popular among Ryan's friends. Packed cheese rotis, yogurt ketchup dip (recipe below), grapes and carrots for Ryan's lunch box today.
I have kept these rotis as open for photographic illustration only. Please fold the rotis and cook them as closed rotis, otherwise the cheese dries out too quickly and it will be hard by the lunch time. Please go through step wise pictures on how to pack it for lunch box.



2 roti / chapathi
2 amul cheese slices ( amul is the brand of the processed cheese slices available here locally. You can use your favourite /handy cheese slice)
1 Carrot grated finely
a pinch of salt
a pinch of freshly ground black pepper


1. You need precooked chapathi / roti


2. Tear the cheese slices roughly and place them on one half portion of the cooked roti


3. Sprinkle grated carrots over the cheese ( that orange thingy over the cheese is not grated cheddar cheese. It is grate carrots :) , please excuse the poor quality pic )


4. Sprinkle salt and pepper
5. place the roti on a hot tawa kept on low flame
6. Fold the roti and close the cheese side


7. Let the roti cook on low flame for a minute
8. Then flip side and cook on the other side for 30 secs until the cheese inside melts


9. Cut the roti into two halves / portions and let it cool completely before you pack in the lunch box
10. I packed ketchup yogurt as a dip for these cheese rotis. You need 3 tablespoons of thick curd / plain natural yogurt. Stir in 1 tablespoon of tomato ketchup , a pinch of pepper powder and a pinch of salt. Yogurt ketchup dip is ready to be packed. This dip is mildly sweet, little bit sour and mildly spicy , perfect with cheese rotis

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