Monday, December 12, 2011


  1. Left over rotis(chappati) 4 (you can even use fresh rotis)
  2. Chicken or meat 250grms (or left over meat or chicken)
  3. Red chilli powder 1Tspn
  4. Turmeric powder 1/2Tspn
  5. Garam masala powder 1Tspn
  6. Ginger-garlic paste 1Tspn
  7. Onion 1 big
  8. Tomato 1small
  9. Green chillies 3
  10. Yoghurt 250grms
  11. Lemon juice (1/2 a lemon is enough )
  12. Coriander leaves 1bunch
  13. Mint leaves 1/2 bunch
  14. Oil 2Tbspns
  15. Salt to taste
  16. Fried onion,coriander, mint leaves and boiled egg for garnishing.
  • Heat oil in a cooker and add onion,greenchilles and fry the onions to golden brown in colour.
  • Add ginger-garlic paste and fry till it turns a bit brown in colour.
  • Add the tomato along with the chicken or mutton(if you are using left over chicken or mutton just shread it and add in)
  • Add salt,red chilli powder,turmeric powder,garam masala powder and yoghurt.
  • Add a glass of water and pressure cook till tender(appx 10-15mins)
  • Now shread the chicken(throw away the bones) or mutton and add to the cooker.
  • Add the left over rotis(using your hand cut the rotis to small bits)
  • Add about 2-3glasses of water,coriander and mint leaves
  • Add cook on a slow fire till the rotis go tender .Also add in the lemon juice.
  • The sutriyaan should look like harees (the consistency should be medium thick)
  • Finally dish out and garnish with fried onions,coriander leaves,mint leaves and some boiled egg.


Humaira said...

Yummy!! I make this often with left over Roti or even pasta.

gwl said...

Really Yummy!!!!!!!!!!!

ahmedabadonnet said...

Good idea...

Unknown said...

Awesome dish really tasty