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Top 10 Wrap Recipes
Last Updated : Apr 06,2017
Wrap It Up The Way You Like It
Wraps are amongst the most versatile snacks, bound only by your imagination. They are available all over the world, in different variants. In Mexico, the fillings might be wrapped in a tortilla while in India, they might be wrapped in a chapatti. Elsewhere, corn and cheese might be popular fillings while here aloo and paneer might rock the show.
Wraps are not only filling but also handy. You can roll them up in foil paper and enjoy them on the go, or pack them in your kids’ tiffin boxes. Wraps with exotic and exciting fillings can also be cut into convenient sizes and served as a starter at parties, along with a dip or a soup. Masala Bhindi Wrap with Curd Dip is a wonderful choice to serve as a starter.
The toppings and fillings can combine your favourite veggies along with cheese and sauces. Or, it can be a masaledar subzi rolled up in a chapatti lined with chutney. You can give your wrap an international touch by combining spreads and sauces like Hummus or Tahini. The Spinach Tahini Wrap is one such exciting dish to add to your menu. If you love desi tunes, then the Pahadi Paneer Tikka Wrap and Cheesy Khada Bhaji Wrap are superb options.
Whether you want a sumptuous wrap to enjoy as a meal, or a light one to relish as a snack, you can make the wrap just the way you like it. Be innovative and make your own interesting wraps. Just open your fridge and kitchen shelves, rummage around to find some nice ingredients and put together a wrap for evening tea… remember, you can have your way with wraps.
Top 10 Wrap Recipes
Paneer and onions marinated in a delectable curd and mint based marinade, makes this an irresistible tikka!
The key to ensuring that the marinade doesn’t slide off the tikkas is to use hung curds and don't miss out the use of cornflour.
Wrap the tikkas with a handful of onion rings sprinkled with chaat masala for a simple yet delicious combo!
You can also try your hand at other wraps like Bean Sprouts and Veggie Wraps
and Stuffed Corn and Capsicum Wrap
Baby potatoes tossed in a spicy paste and then wrapped up with a flavoured curd dressing – let’s see if you can say ‘no’ to this! the mildness of curds complements the spicy tandoori aloo in this lip-smacking wrap! when making for kids reduce the chilli-garlic chutney and instead increase the amount of fresh cream used in this recipe
This marvelous wrap is a delightful confluence of indian and middle eastern cuisine. Tahini, a delectable sesame seed based sauce combines beautifully with the veggies cooked in an indian manner. By rolling it in spinach rotis, the iron, calcium and fibre content has been increased substantially.
This wholesome wrap can be relished as a complete meal. A delectable fusion of cheesy pepper rice and refried beans pepped up with green garlic sauce makes this must-try. Don’t forget to add sour cream, which widens the range of flavours that play around in this wrap! when fresh green garlic is not in season, use half the quantity of dry garlic.
The all-time favourite bhaji which is usually prepared in a thick, gravy-like consistency using fresh local vegetables and fine spices has been tweaked slightly. Here, we use potatoes, tomatoes and cauliflower chunks coated in a gravy of onions, capsicum and spices using chunks of veggies prevents the wrap from turning soggy. What makes this wrap unforgettable is the interplay of textures brought about by the bhaji and the onion-tomato salad, along with crumbled papad which adds the crunch!
An interesting twist to the homely thepla makes it an exciting snack that will fascinate young kids. To make this sumptuous Cheesy Thepla Potato Wrap, fenugreek flavoured theplas are rolled up with a crispy potato mixture, which is flavoured with peppy masalas like amchur powder. You can make the theplas in advance if you wish to save time, but make sure you add enough oil so that it does not dry up and break when rolling. You can even give the thepla and the crispy potato separately, but rolling it up with a layer of cheese spread will make it more handy to eat and tastier too. Pack some Kurmura Chikki
also, it will be an after lunch sweet treat for their taste buds.
Go all out on this wonderful rajma recipe that retains all the taste without being calorie-dense! the spiciness of rajma is balanced by rolling up this wrap with a chunky curd dressing. A protein-packed wrap, this helps you stay strong and healthy!
Straight from the kitchens of mexico, burrito is the first thing that comes to our mind when we think of international wraps. The combination of guacamole, refried beans and oodles of cheese makes this traditional wrap truly irresistible.
Cumin flavoured rotis are rolled up with a peppy bhindi mixture, which is innovatively flavoured with chaat masala. This Bhindi Wrap stays fresh in the tiffin box for at least 4 to 5 hours, and can be accompanied by a cupful of Curd Dip, again flavoured with chilli and cumin powders, which makes cumin the flavour of the day! If your kid likes the flavour of garlic, you can include some garlic paste in the Curd Dip, else omit it. Pack some Almond Til Chikki
for an after lunch sweet treat or for a munch on way back home from school.
Exciting iron-rich serving coming up! A perfect low-calorie main course dish, the Green Tomato Salsa and Veggie Wrap is packed with crunchy veggies for not just good health but an enjoyable texture and taste too. Iron-rich soya flour and parsley used in the dough pack more iron into this sumptuous wrap.
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