Healthy Multigrain atta Egg Roll Recipe

Last updated: October 14th, 2022

Today’s Saturday, and during this lockdown phase I had only cooked simple veggie meals so far… A simple mid week snack in the form of “aloo chips” was served to the family, and nothing fancy this week was prepared. Reason being of course, limited rationing and lack of time in hand since with no maid Didis and work from home, it was a decision we stood up to stick to… So today I decided to make Healthy Multigrain atta Egg Roll, which we would have in our breakfast. I had maida with which our usual egg rolls are made with but I decided to make it healthy by adding nutritous multigrain atta to it. Also, in our home, rarely we have entry for Bottled Sauces from markets. So, instead of sauce, I used some home made “Kasundi” or mustard sauce to enhance the flavour. Well, this recipe is a perfect balanced one in terms of nutrition as well. You get carbs, protein, fat and a dose of good minerals and vitamins from the accompanions like onion, cucumber etc

Time required to make 3 Healthy Multigrain atta Egg Roll: 45 minutes

Ingredients required to make Healthy Multigrain atta Egg Roll:

  • 1.5 cup of multigrain atta
  • 1.5 cup of maida or white refined flour
  • Refined oil
  • Salt
  • 2 onions – sliced into Julian
  • 1 cucumber – thin strips
  • 3 tbsp kasundi or mustard sauce
  • 3 Eggs
  • 2 green chillies – sliced
  • 1/4 tsp kalonji or onion seeds or kalojeera
  • 1 lemon

Healthy Multigrain atta Egg Roll – The recipe:

  • In a mixing bowl, take the flours, little salt, 1 tbsp oil. Mix all well together with hand
  • Now add water little by little until it’s kneaded to a dough. Let it rest for sometime
  • Now, make 3 – 4 equal balls of the dough with hand. Coat the balls with good amount of oil
  • With the help of rolling pin, flatten the balls into round shaped parantha
  • Now, put them on non-stick tawa to make chappattis or paranthas on medium flame such that both sides are done. Keep them aside
  • Beat the eggs in a bowl, add a little salt
  • Now, on tawa, pour 2 tbsp refined oil. Pour 1/3 rd (if making 3 Healthy Multigrain atta Egg Roll) of beaten egg and while the egg is cooked 50% (as in cases of poach or omlette), put the parantha over the half cooked omlette and with the help of the spatula, press against the tawa
  • Cook till the other side facing the tawa seems to be done
  • Now apply oil on the side of parantha facing you, brush all over the surface
  • Turn parantha upside down to cook the other side properly. Once done take them out on a thali or working surface in kitchen
  • With omlette side facing you, spread generous amount if sliced onions, cucumbers, green chillies, kasundi, lemon juice
  • Now roll it out
  • Wrap the bottom part of the roll with kitchen paper or white papers. Tuck it into bottom side of the roll
  • So, your Healthy Multigrain atta Egg Roll is ready to be gorged upon!!!

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