Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Chicken & Cheese Paratha Wraps

The other day after our shopping at Queensbay Mall, we dropped by the Hot & Roll stall to buy a Paratha wrap for supper. I took a bite in order to discover the fillings for their Chicken & Cheese Paratha Wrap. Then I made up my mind to make a similar wraps at home. Although this is a kind of finger food, but we have it as our dinner. Save me lots of time to think of what to cook. Hubby is more than happy for this type of dinner. :)

Chicken & Cheese Paratha Wraps
5 wraps


5 pcs of Paratha bread
4 pcs of ham
half of yellow onion, chopped
4 pcs cheddar cheese, cut into strips
8 leaves of butter head, julienne
thousand island sauce
1 tbsp cooking oil


1. Heat a non stick pan. Pan fry both side of frozen Paratha bread. Repeat for all 5 pieces.

2. Heat a tbsp of oil in the same pan. Pan fry both side of ham. Repeat for all 4 pieces of hams. Leave it cool and cut into wide strips.

3. Put a Paratha bread on a flat surface. Arrange the ham, cheddar cheese, chopped onion, julienne butter head on the Paratha bread. Drizzle some thousand island sauce. Fold the Paratha bread into half and then fold into quarter.


Selba said...

Not really familiar with paratha? is it like roti prata?

New Kid on the Blog said...

Welcome back to blogging world, buddy.

Well, at times having this for dinner is good, at least won't make a person feel too filling. :)

Little Inbox said...

Hi Selba, I think so. It's similar to roti canai.

New kid, now I back to cooking too. :)
Hubby took 3 wraps and I couldn't finish my 2 wraps. Quite full actually.

SimpleGirl said...

can be a healthy and convenient choice of dinner ya!

ck lam said...

Agree with makes a good meal for a change.

Duckie said...

looks simple .. but what is butter leaves?

Big Boys Oven said...

hahahah use kraft cheese! :)

Big Boys Oven said...

hahahah use kraft cheese! :)

Little Inbox said...

SimpleGirl, yes, it's quite simple. You can add whatever ingredients of your favorite.

CK, yea, feel bored of rice and noodles, this can be a good choice.

Duckie, it's butter head. It's sort of round shape lettuce.

BBO, huh? kraft cheese yea, why?

cariso said...

For dinner?! :p

worldwindows said...

I like these wraps with pratha with anything together with some cheese and tomato slices.

Little Inbox said...

Cariso, yea, why not?

worldwindows, yes, any of our favorite ingredients can be the yummy fillings.

noobcook said...

looks totally healthy and quite fuss-free :)


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