Thursday, June 10, 2010

Chappathi - Egg wraps (Corn, mushroom and boiled egg filling) and an award!





I couldn't really figure out how would someone even feel like stealing, copying or duplicating. I really want to vent out my anger here cause someone has copied my images from this blog. I have my copyrights and I have also expressed and explained clearly in my blog about copyrights. But, just this morning someone did copy an image of my rava kesari. I really don't mind when someone likes my recipe, tries it by themselves and then links back to my original post. That also clearly means giving the credits to me. After having found out someone has copied my images, it was really pain full and disappointing.

After all the disappointment, I was again bounced back with joy due to this award. My friend Suja passed this circle of friends award. I would thank her for all the support and love that she has given me. I would like to share this award with all my friends. My ever lasting gratitude to all of you'll for all the support and love that you'll have given as friends.

My vegetarian and eggitarian friends may be looking for veg and egg versions of chappthi - egg wraps. Here is one...


Ingredients:
Chappathi - 1 nos
Egg whites - 2 nos
Oil - 1 tsp

For the fillings:
Mushroom (oyster mushrooms)- 200grams
Sweet corn - 100 grams
Boiled egg - 1 nos
Onions - 1 nos
Chilly powder- 1/2tsp
Pepper powder - 1/4 tsp
Garlic paste - 1tsp
Oil - 2 tsp
Salt for taste

Method:
For the filling:
In a wok, heat oil, add sliced onions, garlic paste and saute for a min. Add chilly powder, mushrooms, stir fry till its done (no need to add water as the mushroom would leave some water). Now add steamed sweet corn, salt and pepper, stir it. Add sliced boiled egg (I excluded the yolk, to make it healthy), give a good stir. Now the filling is ready.
In a wok, heat 1tsp oil , add the egg whites when the oil is really hot. Place a chappathi over it and press slightly. The egg white may ooze out from sides, not to worry. Turn of the flame after 1min. Now place this on a work table, place the filling , wrap it using a aluminium foil and enjoy.

Note:
Can use one egg with yolk, instead of 2 egg whites. Can just add the eggs or whisk them and then add. Great way to use leftover chappathi, eggs and mushrooms.
Looking for non-veg version? click here for Asian chicken filling

18 comments:

  1. Plagiarism is really out of control these days. Some sites have my whole post with my writings and my pics posted in their site s their own and they don't even respond to comments at all, no matter what we say unfortunately don't seem to affect these people.

    Tasty wrap, veg this time!:)

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  2. Thanks Asha :)
    I know its such a pain to deal with copycats :(

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  3. Congratulations on your award and I totally agree with your frustration... It's just sad :(

    Egg wrap looks yum!

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  4. Yummy looking wrap Rach, congrats on your awards, wish you many many..... awards.
    Fabulous blog, following you:-)

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  5. my gosh rach...its an real disappoinment when u see such copycats snatch ur creative hardwork...real we shld think over such copycats...anyways wraps look lovely n yum

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  6. Hey rach,i can understand how u feel but take it positively as the total credit goes to u only b'cos ur picture was so good they had to steal it n anyway ur friends and loved ones know what u r worth...they will always be people like this who have no ethics so keep smiling .....
    Congrats for the award ....
    anyway i forget to tell the wrap is ultimate..

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  7. oh so sorry to hear abt this one rach, its really frustrating when someone copies your hardwork and takes away the credit...i dont know what happiness they get by troubling others...really sad...who was that rach? and veggie wrap looks equally good as the chicken one...looks very tempting...

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  8. It's really painful to seen when people use our stuff without giving the due credit. Very very selfish of them.
    Congrats on your award. Warps look delicious. Following you Rach....

    Deepa

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  9. wow..they looks amazing!! great pics too...

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  10. how awful....................how can some copy ur image??...nt acceptable a all.....btw...I made rawa kesari...y'day...but didn't turn out that gud...like u...wil try once again..

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  11. Thanks Chaitrali :) Depends on the kesari or saffron that you use. Try to add some food color for better color. And best quality saffron for better taste :)

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