Quick snack/breakfast for kids and another way to get them to eat the sprouts. The sprouts get slightly cooked but still light a slight crunch. For adults, cheese can be reduced and chilli flakes added for spice.
- Chapathi - 1
- Mung Sprouts - 1/2 cup
- Cheese - 1/2 cup grated
- Italian seasoning - 1/4 tsp (Optional)
- Butter - 1 tsp
- Tomato sauce - 1tbsp
- Heat the pan on medium and add butter/oil to grease the pan.
- Warm the chapathi on one side. This is to make the chapathi soft and pliable.
- Flip the chapathi and on the warm side, quickly spread tomato sauce on the whole chapathi.
- Spread sprouts and cheese on one half.
- Sprinkle seasoning if desired for a pizza like flavor.
- Fold the other half onto the filling.
- Heat the folded chapathi on medium while pressing with a spatula so that the cheese melts and the sprouts get cooked. Approximately a minute.
- Heat the chapathi the same way on both sides until the cheese melts. Take care to see that the chapathi does not get burnt.
- Cut it into triangles and serve.
- Amul Pizza Cheese.
- Easy Life Italian Seasoning.
- I used left over chapathi/triangular paratha. Tortillas or fresh chapathis can be used.
- Sending this for the event on Archana's kitchen - breakfast in 30 minutes.