Wraps and Rolls
Explore the various ways in which you call fill up the ubiquitous roti with fillings from across the globe!
Wraps and rolls are fast catching up in popularity, not just at street-side vendors and fast food stalls but even at the food courts of some of the most up-market malls in India. One of the oldest forms of fast-food, wraps are easy to make and serve – absolutely no fuss! You do not have to create a large spread; at the same time you can take the liberty to mix-and-match ingredients from different cuisines and simply wrap them up in a roti!
Earlier in India, people used to be content with creating simple rolls using left-over rotis filled with bhaji and achaar, or occasionally a salad garnished with grated cheese. Overseas, wraps and rolls were predominantly associated with the ever-so-popular Burrito. However, with the rise in the demand for quick-eats, people have started experimenting with their own regional cuisines and creating innovative wraps and rolls.
Keeping in mind the needs of the modern, fast-paced world where no one has the time to sit down and have complete meals, I have come up with a cookbook of “Wraps and Rolls” that blends the grandeur of Indian cuisine with the sophistication of international gourmet food. We also have a special section for our health conscious readers who want the taste and the flavours, however, not the excess calories.
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