Thursday, May 13, 2010

Egg Chappathi Noodles

Its has been a long i have bookmarked this chappathi noodles dish at Pavithra's Vegetable Chappathi Noodles, weekend i prepared some chappathis and there were some leftovers chappathis which i usually used give for snacks along with nutella spread and serve everyone at home for snacks...but this time i dont want to make the same..i prepared this chappathi noodles as by Pavi's instructions, by cutting the chappathis as thin strips and cooked along with veggies like carrots, bellpeppers, broccolis as indianized version finally by adding eggs ..It was a big hit at home and we loved it much, Thanks a ton to Pavithra for sharing this beautiful dish...I can say definitely i never ever fail to prepare this beautiful dish whenever there were some leftover chappathis as this fabulous noodles...

Egg Chappathi Noodles

8nos Chappathis (cut as strips)
1no Onion (sliced)
1/4cup Carrots (julienned)
1/4cup Broccoli(small florets)
1cup Capsicum (julienned)
1/2tsp Garam masala powder
1tsp Red chilly powder
1/4tsp Pepper powder
1/2tsp Cumin seed powder
3nos Eggs (beatened)
Salt
2tbsp Coriander leaves (chopped)
Sesame oil

Heat sesame oil, add the sliced onions and saute for few seconds, add the julienned carrots,broccoli florets and saute for few minutes, the veggies should be crunchy, add the chappathi strips along with garam masala powder, red chilly powder, pepper powder, cumin seed powder with enough salt and cook again for few minutes..meanwhile heat few drops of oil in an another pan, cook the beatened eggs as scrambled eggs, keep aside... finally add the julienned capsicums, saute for few minutes, now add the already prepared  scrambled eggs to the chappathi noodles..toss well everything..

Add the coriander leaves to the noodles, serve hot with ketchup..

47 comments:

  1. wow priya,

    this noodles looks soooooooo appetizing...I'll try preparing one for my hubby...I bet he like it..thanks dear.

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  2. Sure looks very gud...now thanks to U for sharing....my turn to bookmark now :)

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  3. Wow, this looks gr8.excellent idea to use left over chapathis..thnx priya :)

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  4. my mom use to make this dish when we had guest for party.bext day .with leftover chapatis/bread...breakfast ready...u have cutted the strips so nicely...looks like noodles..great...

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  5. Looks brilliant Priya,with all the veggies

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  6. Wow would love to use chapathi this way, sounds delicious...

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  7. something new, different n very tasty tooooo

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  8. That's very creative. It looks very delicious. It's lovely to know how to use leftovers. Thanks for sharing. MaryMoh at http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com

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  9. Egg chapathi noodles pathu echai urudhu. Romba nalla irukku. Oru chinna suggestion. Thappa eduthukathinga. Egga nalla thin omeletta pottu athuvum strips cut seithu add pannulame. Nice variation with regular chapathis!

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  10. What a great idea- the dish looks delicious! Thanks for the entry.

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  11. woo this looks kool...unique recipe i must say huh..very tempting click..

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  12. I make this too but call it chappathi string hoppers :-)nice click!

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  13. Priya, chapathi noodles rombha super nalla colourfullah irukku paa. nalla presentation panirukeenga. Unga kids n ur hubby rombha lucky dailyum different recipes saapadranga.

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  14. I have had this chapati upma at lot of my maharashtrian frnds' but the wayyou have made it like noodles...the look itself changes a lot

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  15. Awesome idea.. never knew about it !
    Looks perfect !

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  16. Wonderful idea to use chapatis as noodles. Looks yummy.

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  17. Cool Idea,I think I missed her post! Thanks for bringing to my eyes :)

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  18. good idea...but my prob is i still havent learned how 2 make chapathis and so buy the frozen ones :(
    but my mom used 2 make somethin like this with left over chapathis...

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  19. Thats a very beautiful idea :) Thanks Pavi and Priya you have made it gr8. Looks delicious. I will definitely try it.

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  20. Wow priya well presented :)

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  21. Pretty much innovative n delectable priya.My taste bud needs something different n this is an apt dish.

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  22. my sister makes in the same way :) looks so delicious...nice click.

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  23. Healthy and delicious noodles......awesome idea priya...

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  25. wow superb priya chapati noodles.really delicious

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  26. WAW! very nice recipe...will try the vegetable version of this.txs for sharing.

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  27. Very innovative Priya...looks so tasty...healthy one dear :)

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  28. Wow - this a delicious looking dish.

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  29. gr8 idea...sounds delicious

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  30. Wow..excellent idea..sounds too good.

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  31. Fantastic...such a cool idea to finish up left over rotis

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  32. we do similar thing like in a kothu parota with chapati left overs

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  33. Priya,

    Egg chappathi noodles looks really yummy. I don't get any leftover chapathis, usually finished on that day itself.Next time, i will try.

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  34. nice dish Priya! looks so good.

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  35. Looks scrumptious Priya..Love it..Thanks to Pavithra too..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  36. Very healthy and creative dish.Thanks to Pavithra for her creativity and to you for adapting it.Nice pic.

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  37. Wow..That's an awesome recipe..Next item on my to do list. Priya unga veetu pakkathala yethavathu veedu kaali irundha sollunga..

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  38. What a innovative use of left over chapatti.Dish looks yummy.

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  39. hey this is an amazing dish. Must try it soon.

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  40. Wow man..Nice way to prepare noodles ..so healthy

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  41. Wow man..Nice way to prepare noodles ..so healthy

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  42. This is cool. Would love to try some.

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  43. Chapati noodles is interesting idea! Thanks for bringing it to our attention! :) Cheers!

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