Wraps & Rolls

How often do you worry about the nutrition factor, or lack thereof, in the food you cook and all because your family members don’t like vegetables.. It may seem like a daunting task to manage the nutritional intake of your family members when they eat only 2-3 vegetables but its not that difficult to get them to eat more vegetables especially if they don’t know they are eating them…

There are various foods in which you can hide the vegetables or ensure that its taste is overpowered by the other ingredients so that you don’t realize you are eating a vegetable you don’t like ..

One of my personal favorite food is wraps and rolls … theres so many ways in which you can experiment with it giving you immense opportunities to balance out nutrition with taste…

Here’s a recipe for a tasty wrap with a lot of healthy elements

Spinach and Cottage Cheese (Paneer) Roll


Preparation Time: 30 Min    Cooking time: 30 Min    Makes 12 Rolls 









For the Roti (flatbread) 
1 tea cup whole wheat flour
1/4 tea cup plain flour + flour to roll
2 tea cup spinach – chopped
100 gms white pumpkin(Dudhi)- Grated
2 tsp Chilli Ginger Paste
1 tbsp Oil
Salt to taste

For the Filling
300 Gms Cottage Cheese(Paneer)
1 Carrot big – Grated
3/4 tea cup Cabbage – Grated
1 Onion
1 tbsp Coriander leaves
3 Green Chilli – Finely Chopped
1 tsp Chat Masala
50 gms cheese
Salt to taste
Butter for cooking


For the Roti (Flatbread)

  1. Steam the spinach and churn into paste
  2. Mix all the ingredients for the Roti (Flatbread) and make a soft dough (add little water if necessary)
  3. Divide the mixture in 12 equal parts
  4. Roll out the Rotis(Flatbread) with a little flour and cook in a pan

For the Filling

  1. Add a little salt to the cabbage and keep it aside for 15 minutes
  2. Drain all the water from the cabbage
  3. Add all the other ingredients to the cabbage except the cheese

How to Proceed

  1. Heat the Pan, take 1 roti put a spoonful of mixture in the center top it with cheese and roll up tightly
  2. Cook the Roll on the Pan using little butter
  3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to make other Rolls
  4. Serve it hot with Masala Curd

For the Masala Curd
1 teacup Curd
1/4 tsp Chilli powder
1/4 tsp Jiralu Powder
Salt to taste

Place the curd in the bowl and sprinkle all the spices to the curd and serve


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