Inspired by one of my Pinterest post, I was recently approached by Heart n spice to try their product Get fit rotis. They were kind enough to send me a couple of packs, requesting to develop an easy recipe. All i can think of is to use these rotis in the place of regular chapathi and try them like kothu roti Indo chinese way… they turned out great!
GET FIT Roti is a 100% Natural, NON GMO Organic, Low Carb Roti with zero preservatives, zero pesticides, zero additives. The flour is meticulously blended using organic ancient wheat lineage, almonds, flax and amaranth flours.Each pack includes three flavors – Turmeric-Pepper, Spinach-Cumin, and Classic – you can read more about them here
This one is a good alternative to regular boring chapatis… makes perfect lunch, brunch, light evening snack or a simple recipe for your lunch box. Usually I make kothu roti/ chapati if i have leftover chapatis…once in while make it Indo-Chinese way to keep it attractive for kids.
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|Get Fit Rotis||6 (2 of each flavor)|
|Onion||1/2 cup (sliced)|
|Carrot||1/4 cup (cut into thin strips)|
|Capsicum (Green,red, yellow)||1/4 cup (cut into thin strips)|
|Cabbage (I’ve used purple & white)||1/4 cup (cut into thin strips)|
|Ginger||1 teaspoon (finely minced)|
|Garlic||1 teaspoon (finely chopped)|
|Spring onion||1/ 4 cup (chopped)|
|Coriander leaves||2 tablespoon (finely chopped) (optional)|
|Dark Soy Sauce / Chilli Soy Sauce||1/2 teaspoons (I’ve used chilli soy to make it extra spicy)|
|Red Chili Sauce||1 tablespoon|
|Salt||1/2 teaspoon or to taste|
|White pepper powder||1/4 teaspoon|
|Black pepper powder||1/2 teaspoon|
These are Get Fit roti packs… they arrived neatly packed within few days.
Each pack includes three flavors – Turmeric-Pepper, Spinach-Cumin, and Classic!
Stack chapati as shown one on top of another and cut into quarters.
Using a kitchen knife cut them into thin strips as shown. Keep them aside and assemble the other ingredients for the recipe. Cut the veggies into thin even sized strips. You may choose veggies of your choice but for this recipe, carrot, cabbage and bell peppers are a must. Finely mince the ginger and garlic.
Other ingredients are Dark Soy sauce, Red chilli sauce, White pepper powder, black pepper powder, sugar & salt. (read notes for substitutions)
Heat oil in a fry pan and start sauteing the veggies (onion, ginger, garlic, carrot, cabbage & colored peppers) over medium high heat. Sprinkle sugar and salt at this stage to keep the veggies crisp & colorful.
Saute for couple of minutes – as we cooking in thin veggie strips in high flame it will cook fast. Add in soy sauce, red chili sauce, white pepper & black pepper powder. Mix well to combine.
Add in the noodle like roti strips to the vegetable mixture.
Give a quick toss to coat the sauce all over.
Finally add in the spring onions and switch off. Serve hot!
- This above recipe serves 2 approx.
- These rotis are super soft and remain that way for longer time making it perfect for school lunch box.
- Dark soy sauce adds color to the dish- I’ve used Chilli soy sauce which has chilli oil in it making it more spicy. Any kind if fine. Light soy sauce also works just the color will be slightly different.
- Red chili sauce is for color and to make the dish spicy. If you prefer it less spicy try using tomato sauce or ketchup.
- Sugar is added to keep the color of the veggies intact while cooking.
- White pepper powder gives the touch of chinese to this dish, its ok to use black pepper if you don’t have that.
- I’ve seen coriander leaves added to many Indo Chinese dishes in restaurants and kind of like the taste. Its purely optional you may just stick to spring onions for garnish.
- This dish will make a great lunch box – its colorful, healthy and stylish!
- This recipe is more like Kothu chapati except made fusion way. Make it masala chapati by adding sambar powder, or kothu chapati strips with meat masala powder or make it North Indian style adding pav bhaji masala… the possibilities are infinite!