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Jun 13, 2008

Nupur’s Kati Roll

Tried and Tasted (T&T) is a monthly event of appreciation of other blogs - an opportunity to thank our fellow bloggers for sharing their recipes by re-creating them. This month, we’re given a great opportunity to cook the recipes of Nupur of One Hot Stove.

This event is started by Zlamushka of Burnt Mouth, who has so many mouth-watering recipes in her place. You really are doing a great job Zlamushka, by coming up with such a nice event of appreciating fellow bloggers. Best wishes to you!

Coming to the recipe I have chosen it from Nupur’s recipe collection, which was a hard decision indeed. She had so many delicious recipes that I want to try, but I made up my mind on one recipe for now. I prepared the delicious Kati Rolls for our dinner yesterday. The rolls tasted so good and I am glad I decided on them.

I just followed the original recipe step by step. The only change I made was adding some red bell pepper pieces along with green bell pepper pieces as suggested in the recipe. And I used frozen veggies instead of fresh ones. We all love these Kati Rolls. Your recipe rocks, Nupur!

These yummy rolls are my contribution to Zlamushka’s Tried and Tasted (T&T) event.

I am also sending these to Madhuram’s “Your Recipe Rocks” event, as this is a non rice wholesome food, from another blog.

This is also my entry to Sia’s “MBP – Street Food”, as the theme of this event is to cook some street food from a fellow blogger. MBP event is the brainchild of Coffee of The Spice Cafe.

With that I am signing off! Have a great weekend friends! Happy Father’s Day to all the dads!


Finla said... [Reply]

Hi hi it is something like this i made today for sia's event.
Will post it next week.
This looks delicious too.

Kalai said... [Reply]

Nice one, Uma! Looks great! :)

FH said... [Reply]

Good one, Indian style Burritos!:)

Sia said... [Reply]

thanks uma for this wonderful entry. nupur's recipe surely rocks :)

Madhavi said... [Reply]

Oh this looks delicious, lovely presentation as well!!!

Suganya said... [Reply]

Hi Uma...
This is a very awesome recipe. Looks so good. YUM! Nice presentation. Hay have something for u in my blog....

Cham said... [Reply]

Good one Uma, looks delicious

Sagari said... [Reply]

yummy looking wraps uma ,love them

mitr_bayarea said... [Reply]


katti rolls looks like a great wrap, nice pics, as usual.

Shubha Ravikoti said... [Reply]

Very very nice recipe.. havent heard of it earlier... it seems yummy :d

Nice entry dear... Have something for u in my blog.. check it out... U know what u really inspire me...:) to keep blogging!

TBC said... [Reply]

I was just looking at this last night on Nupur's blog, but then I decided to go with something else. You have done a good job, Uma.

Siri said... [Reply]

I so wanted to make these from a long time Uma .. kaani kudaraledu.. the bookmarks list emo ever long!
hehehe..Thanks for all the nice words about me Uma.*hugs*


Laavanya said... [Reply]

Nice choice Uma - looks awesome. Did you use whole wheat tortillas or did you make chapathis?

Unknown said... [Reply]

Sounds delicious.Nice pictures and great presentation.

Dori said... [Reply]

This looks really good, I love any kind of wrap!

ranji said... [Reply]

never had kati rolls b4..these look awesome...seriously nupur s recipes does rock:)..delicious entry

Unknown said... [Reply]

nice selection Uma..looks delicious..

Daily Meals said... [Reply]

Looks yummy...

Srivalli said... [Reply]

wonderful recreation!..uma it looks lovely!

Silvia - Magnolia Wedding Planner said... [Reply]

Uma darling!! your post are always a pleasure to read! And you are fantastic as ever :-D
A big kiss

Swati said... [Reply]

Uma, the kathi rolls look too good..fab work!!

Arundathi said... [Reply]

what a fantastic looking kathi roll - it really is difficult to choose one thing on Nupur's blog.

Devi Priya said... [Reply]

Indian style burrito....Nice one!

Sig said... [Reply]

That is a perfect looking kathi roll Uma... Great presentation...

Swati Raman Garg said... [Reply]

i love kathi rolls...
and love ur presentation uma...

Nupur said... [Reply]

Thank you for trying this recipe, dear Uma! It is one of my favorites- trying to recreate street food from Bombay- and your kati rolls look simply perfect :)

bha said... [Reply]

love those kathi rolls....brought back some old memories....:)

Beyond Curries said... [Reply]

That's definitely a wholesome and healthy food, with lot of fiber and other nutrients from the vegetables. Thanks for sending it to the event Uma.

Unknown said... [Reply]

oh..this looks too good Uma..have to catch up with a lot of events

zlamushka said... [Reply]

i am new to these, but am sure if I spot them on the streets of bombai looking this good, I would buy them right away :-) Thanks for your lovely contribution.

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