Every 90’s kid in Pakistan has an emotional attachment with paratha rolls. At growing ages, our mothers and grandmothers had often made us chicken paratha rolls. It was the best grab-and-go option. Not only it tasted good, but it was also the best food option for unsettling children.
Similarly, most children brought paratha rolls during school. It was either shared respectfully or for fun; children would snatch it, take a bite and return. If we reimagine our past, there are numerous instances where we find rolls in our life. And this blog is all about refreshing those moments.
Homemade Chicken Paratha Roll Recipe
Most of us make a paratha roll by stuffing barbequed kebab, tikka or malai boti with veggies and sauces of our choice. Eventually wrapping the mixture with a paratha. But the paratha roll we know can have anything from jam to cutlet. Whether sweet or salty, a paratha roll was the best breakfast we all had.
However, local restaurants understood the importance of chicken paratha and started offering ready-made rolls with various flavour choices. By the time we grew up, people shifted and came up with different recipes for chicken wraps.
The entire process for a chicken wrap was the same. But the paratha was replaced with a tortilla, grilled at the end. To make it look wholesome, fries, jalapenos, olives and innovative sauces have been introduced as well. Ever since then, the chicken wrap we used to eat has changed.
Commercial Recipe for Chicken Wraps
Commercial Chicken Paratha Roll Recipe is all about distinct flavours, not the quantity we all expect. However, if you wish to enjoy reasonable rates for wholesome chicken wraps, you must try Marks Kitchen in Lahore. They have western and local recipes available for your quick hunger pangs.
However, if you want to savour a Homemade Chicken Wrap, follow the instructions below. To prepare the best chicken wrap at home, you will need:
1.5 Cups Cut Carrots
1 Tbsp. Vegetable Oil
1 Pound Chicken Breasts Boneless
1 Tbsp. Sesame Oil
1 Teaspoon Ginger Minced
1/2 Cup Red Pepper Fine
1/4 Cup Cut Green Onion
3 Cups Shredded Cabbage
1 Flour Tortilla (10 inch approx.)
Mix all the sauce ingredients in a small bowl, cover it with a plastic sheet and refrigerate it until you are ready to serve.
Then heat oil in a skillet and stir ginger and chicken in it. Cook it on a medium-high flame until the chicken changes its color throughout. Add veggies and continue cooking until they become tender.
When filling the tortilla, fold the 2 opposite edges towards the center. Wrap up open ends of the tortilla from its opposite edges.
Enjoy your hot chicken wrap right away with sauce for your liking. The end result will surely mesmerize your taste buds.
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