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I’m going to show you how to make Chicken Roll. Chicken roll is one of the popular street-food
originated from Kolkata. This is the roll where Juicy morsels of spicy chicken are wrapped
in Paratha that has been coated with egg. Basically it has two basic parts. One is making paratha
and another is inner chicken stuffing. Once they are ready, all you need to do is assemble
the rolls and serve! So let’s start. First I’m gonna marinade the chicken cubes.
Here I have 500 gm boneless chicken cubes. Add salt, lime juice, whipped yogurt, turmeric
powder, red chili powder, tandoori chicken masala, mustard oil, chopped green chilies
and ginger garlic paste over the chicken pieces and rub altogether. I have added tandoori
chicken masala because I want to keep the recipe very simple. This tandoori masala has
a unique combination of all aromatic spices which we need for this recipe. So you don’t
need to put extra effort of adding cumin, coriander and other masala powders separately and this
masala will really give a nice taste like kebab.
Also add the chopped coriander leaves and mix well again. Check the measurement of the
ingredients in my website www. sharmilazkitchen.com. Marinate for at least 30 minutes. While chicken is resting, let’s make the dough for paratha. The dough needs very basic ingredients. plain
flour, salt, sugar and enough water. Knead the dough until you get a smooth dough. Now you can go ahead with plain
paratha but my first choice for this roll is lachcha paratha because it is more crispier
and flaky paratha and tastes just awesome. Divide into equal roundels or balls. The roundels will be slightly bigger than normal roti roundels.
Roll into big circle. Stretch it to make a big roti. Then apply a tsp of oil evenly on the top. Either use your hands
or a brush to spread. Sprinkle a tsp of flour and again spread evenly.
Now start making fleets. After fully done, twist and coil (roll) to make a flat round. Rest for 30 minutes in the refrigerator. In the meantime, lets cook the chicken.
Take a pan and heat 2 tbsp oil. Once the oil is hot, add onion. When they are golden brown
in color, add marinated chicken. Give a good sauté to incorporate altogether. Cover and
cook. After 4-5 minutes of cooking on slow flame, the chicken will leave its own juices.
So you don’t need to add water as They will cook with these juices. At the end of cooking add onion rings and capsicum.
Give a final saute and take out. I have added them at the end of cooking because I want them little bit cooked but still get a crunch/ bite. Chicken filling is done. Now just roll the
paratha but be careful this time as too much pressure can remove the layers. Place the paratha on the heated pan.
Beat the egg well with a little salt and keep aside.
Apply oil. When one side is fully cooked and other side is halfway remove from the pan.
Add oil again on the tawa and Pour beaten egg and spread by tilting the pan from side to side. Now quickly put a Paratha onto the still ‘wet’ egg and allow to cook. Press to cook inside. The egg will soon cook and ‘set’. Vegetarian can skip this step and put the stuffing directly in paratha. Flip the parantha over to the other side and cook till both sides are evenly fried. Remove the fried parantha from tawa . Keep aside. Place a tissue paper or foil and over this place a parantha and lay a portion of the cooked chicken pieces in a straight line in the middle
of the parantha. Put sliced onions, cucumber on the chicken cubes. Add tomato sauce and sprinkle chat masala. chopped green chillies. Finally squeeze the lime juice on the chicken cubes. Roll the parantha with the chicken stuffing
firmly so that the chicken cubes do not fall. Now your chicken roll is ready to give a bite. You can use paneer or potato cubes instead
of chicken to make Vegetarian Roll So make this delicious chicken roll and let me know how it turned out in the comment section below. Don’t forget to subscribe my channel and hit the “LIKE” button. Visit my website for detail recipe and you can also connect me through Facebook. The links are in the description below this video. This is Sharmila signing out. Take care and bye bye.