Paneer Veggie Wrap


Paneer Veggie Wrap

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Paneer Veggie Wrap is made from whole wheat flour, low fat paneer, healthy vegetables and spices. What’s nice is this is a wrap that will appeal to kids, young adults and elders.

Easy-to-make and pleasing to the palate. Use chapattis or leftover chapattis to make an innovative Paneer Veggie Wrap with a crunchy vegetable filling off carrots and cabbage.

Most wraps are made from plain flour which is refined carb not suitable for healthy lifestyle. Maida consumption in any food should be totally avoided.

This Paneer Vegetable Wrap uses whole wheat flour which is rich in Phosphorus, a major mineral which works closely with calcium to build our bones.

So enjoy this Healthy Paneer Vegetable Wrap which is also diabetic, heart and weight loss friendly.

For a one dish vegetarian meal, this Paneer Veggie Wrap is filling. At home, we have Paneer Wrap often with some homemade curd to make a healthy meal.

Try other healthy wraps like Methi and Moong Sprouts Wrap and Jowar Veggie Wrap.

Enjoy how to make Paneer Veggie Wrap recipe with detailed step by step photos below.

Paneer Veggie Wrap recipe - How to make Paneer Veggie Wrap

Preparation Time:    Cooking Time:    Total Time:     Makes 4 wraps
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Ingredients


For Paneer Veggie Wrap
4 left over chapattis , approx. 175 mm. (7") in diameter

To Be Mixed Into A Filling For Paneer Veggie Wrap
1/2 cup grated low fat paneer (cottage cheese)
1/2 cup grated cabbage
1/2 cup grated carrot
2 tsp finely chopped green chillies
3 tbsp chopped coriander (dhania)
salt to taste

Other Ingredients For Paneer Veggie Wrap
4 tsp green chutney
1/2 cup sliced onions
chaat masala for sprinkling
2 tsp peanut oil for cooking

Method
For paneer veggie wrap

    For paneer veggie wrap
  1. To make paneer veggie wrap, divide the filling into 4 equal portions and keep aside.
  2. Heat the non-stick tava (griddle), place the leftover chapatti and lightly cook using ½ tsp of peanut oil till it is light brown from both the sides.
  3. Place the chapatti on a clean, dry surface, apply 1 tsp of green chutney and spread it. Put a portion of the filling at one end of the chapatti, sprinkle little sliced onions and chaat masala evenly over it and roll it up tightly.
  4. Repeat with the remaining chapattis and filling to make 3 more paneer veggie wraps.
  5. Serve the paneer veggie wrap immediately.
Nutrient values (Abbrv) per wrap
Energy181 cal
Protein7.2 g
Carbohydrates24.3 g
Fiber3.6 g
Fat6.4 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Sodium71.1 mg
Paneer Veggie Wrap recipe with step by step photos

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To Make Chapati for Paneer Veggie Wrap

  1. For Paneer Veggie Wrap you can use left-over chapati. If you want to make chapati, take a deep bowl and add approx. ¾ cup of whole wheat flour to it. We need to take a deep bowl so that the flour and the other ingredients do not fall off while we are mixing or kneading the dough. 
  2. Add ½ tsp of oil to this. Adding oil makes the chapatis soft. 
  3. Now add salt to taste. Increase or decrease the quantity of salt to your liking. Some people like their chapatis bland ,so you can even skip adding salt to your chapati dough. 
  4. Add water gradually. Be careful while adding water. Adding too much of water initially will make it difficult for you to knead. 
  5. Mix it well with your hands. Gather the flour from all sides. Add more water if it is required.
  6. Make a soft dough by kneading it for at least 2 minutes. We have used approximately 1/4 cup of water. You may require more or less, as the amount of water depends upon the quality of the flour. 
  7. Apply a little oil on the surface of the dough before you keep it for resting, so that it doesn’t become dry. Cover the dough with a wet muslin cloth. You can also use a food grade quality cling film or a plate to cover the dough. 
  8. Keep the chapati dough for Paneer Veggie Wrap aside for 15 minutes. This resting period improves the texture of the dough, makes it easier to roll and makes the chapatis softer and fluffier.
  9. Your next step is to divide the dough into 4 equal portions.
  10. Sprinkle a little flour on your rolling board and flatten a portion of the dough on it. This will prevent the dough from sticking to your board. 
  11. Roll out each portion of the dough into a thin circle of 7” (roughly 175 mm.) diameter. You can increase or decrease the size of the chapati as per your preference. 
  12. Take a flat non-stick tava (griddle) and heat it on a high flame. Reduce the flame when it becomes hot  i.e when u can see fumes on your tava . Drizzle a few drops of water, if it sizzles, your tawa is ready. 
  13. Put the rolled-out chapati on the tava. You need to cook it till small blisters appear on the surface. Make sure that your tawa is on medium flame. 
  14. Turn the chapati over and cook for about 5-7 seconds on a medium flame till light brown spots appear. 
  15. Flip and again cook the chapati for Paneer Veggie Wrap for 5 to 7 seconds. 
  16. Place the chapati for Paneer Wrap on a clean and dry surface. Repeat with the remaining dough portions to make 3 more chapatis. Keep aside. 

To make Filling for Paneer Veggie Wrap

  1. For the filling of Paneer Veggie Wrap, first you need to take a deep bowl. Add grated paneer to it. Take fresh low-fat paneer so it has all the nourishment minus the fat. 
  2. Next you need to grate the cabbage. Do not grate it very finely as the mouthfeel is lost. 
  3. Then grate the carrot. Again grate it thick and not thin. 
  4. For spice, add 2 tsp of finely chopped green chillies. If you have green chilli paste hand, feel free to add it instead of finely chopped green chillies. 
  5. To perk it up, add finely chopped coriander. Since there are no other masalas in this Paneer Veggie Wrap, add loads of coriander. We have added 3 tbsp, you can increase the quantity if you wish to. 
  6. Finally add salt to taste. 
  7. Mix it will using your hands or a big spoon, whichever you are comfortable with. This is how the stuffing for Paneer Veggie Wrap looks like. 

To Assemble Paneer Veggie Wrap

  1. To assemble Paneer Veggie Wrap, first you need to cook the rotis. Heat a non-stick tava (griddle) and place a chapatti over it. 
  2. Add ¼ tsp of peanut oil and lightly cook the over chapattis on a tava, till it is light brown from both the sides.
  3. Place the cooked chapatti on a flat surface or a plate. 
  4. Once placed on dry surface, apply 1 tsp of chutney over the roti.
  5. Put a portion of the filling at one end of the chapati.
  6. Add sliced onions of top of the filling. 
  7. Sprinkle little chaat masala over it. 
  8. Roll it up tightly from one end to another end of the chapati. You can secure it with a toothpick so that the stuffing doesn’t spill out. Repeat with the remaining chapatis and filling to make 3 more  Paneer Veggie Wraps.
  9. Serve Paneer Veggie Wrap immediately. Enjoy it as a one dish meal. 
  10. If you like Paneer Veggie Wrap, also try other healthy recipes using paneer like Green Pea Paneer Tikki, Paneer Pita Pockets and Paneer Masoor Paratha

Reviews

Paneer Veggie Wrap
 on 15 Feb 16 09:40 PM
4

Nice recipe. I tried this at home. Everybody liked this.
Tarla Dalal
16 Feb 16 09:43 AM
   Thanks Animesh. We are delighted you loved the Paneer Wrap recipe. Please keep posting your thoughts and feedback.
Paneer Veggie Wrap
 on 29 May 14 10:15 AM
5

Diabetics heaven.. these rolls are just perfect for those sudden hunger pangs or even the mid meals which are recommended to diabetics.. as it will not just take care of their hunger but also satisfy their craving of an exotic indulgence... leaving them totally fulfilled..
Paneer Veggie Wrap
 on 15 Nov 12 12:10 PM
5

I simple stuffing in left over chapatis.... i make this quite often and all my family members really enjoy it.
Paneer Veggie Wrap
 on 12 Jun 12 09:46 AM
5

Whole wheat roti stuffed with soft grated paneer, cabbage and carrot filling and grilled lightly.