Kathi rolls are excellent for gatherings too, both small and big. Just cut the rolls in half and serve them on a tray with chutney and salad.
We often underestimate the ‘evening cravings’ and the power it can have over us to rethink and reconsider our dinners. While there are no rules to ‘evening snacks’, it can range from anything from samosas, bhujias to kebabs and vadas. However, if you are looking for something particularly filling, you must try giving Kathi Rolls a chance. Kathi rolls that are so easily available across the streets of India now traces its history to the 20th century Calcutta. Somewhere in 1930’s, the Nizam restaurant in Kolkata started wrapping their Kathi Kababs inside parathas so that the British could enjoy them too. The British, who were rather wary of using their hands to grab the kababs, found these Kathi rolls to be a practical option. Soon the rolls became a sensation across Calcutta, and now Kathi Rolls are found across the country, in many avatars. From chicken Kathi roll to Mushroom or Paneer.
Kathi rolls are excellent for gatherings too, both small and big. Just cut the rolls in half and serve them on a tray with chutney and salad. The best thing about Kathi rolls is that it barely requires any cooking. All you need is a nice, crisp paratha, and you can practically stuff it with almost anything saucy and delish you have in your fridge
Slurrp community member and homechef Sonia Sarpal showed us how you can use some chicken seekh kababs to make ridiculously easy and delicious chicken kathi rolls at home. Have a look at the reel below.