Again here comes a recipe with left over chappathi. First I thought will reheat and take it for dinner, but I was sure that all the hands will go to fresh chappathi only, not only theirs mine too. After a long thought, decided to try this snack. This was really a knockout preparation. It was crispy and crunchy, a best tea time snack. But have to use thin chappathis. I usually make thin 1; no one in our family likes the thick version.
Maida: 2tbsp + 1tbsp
Bread Crumps: needed
Salt: a pinch
Oil: Deep Fry
Method of Preparation
Take 2tbsp maida and add little water to it and make a thick paste out of it.
Roll the chappathi length wise and seal the edges with the maida paste and cut into two piece (cutting to two piece makes it easy for frying).
Take 1 tbsp maida add water to it to make a very thin batter and add a pinch of salt to it. (You can use egg instead of this).
Take bread crumps in another bowl.
Heat oil in pan for deep frying.
Take each piece of rolled chappathi and dip in thin maida batter, roll in bread crumps abnd deep fry till it comes reddish brown color.
Serve hot with tea.