Here is a stellar curry made with leftover rotis that you can try at home.

If you are also one of those who believe that there should be enough food for everyone at a party, we are pretty sure you’ll be dealing with a lot of leftovers the next day! And the biggest problem with leftover food is that not many people like to have the same food again. Moreover, if you’ve got fussy eaters at home, it’s an added stress! They just wouldn’t like to eat the same dal or sabzi the next day too. And then there are people who just wouldn’t like to waste food, so what do we do?

What if you could be a little creative and turn some of the leftover food into something all the more delicious?! While all your dal, paneer and sabzis can be combined with rice for a wholesome meal, have you thought of those leftover rotis on the side? More often than not, these rotis often find its way to the dustbin because many people don’t like to pair their meals with them. We’ve got a stellar way to recycle those rotis into a scrumptious sabzi, so no leftover roti at you home ever go waste!

Sooki roti ki sabzi is a unique blend of leftover rotis with tomatoes with a hearty melange of spices such as red chilli powder, amchoor powder, turmeric, coriander powder, asafoetida, cumin and mustard seeds. These spices are first boiled in water and then cooked with small pieces of roti and tomatoes until the roti is soft and tender. The addition of spices lends mouth-watering flavours to this innovative curry.

Find the full recipe here.

A soothing, quick and easy hot broth of spices and wholesome roti, sookhi roti ki sabzi can be a perfect quick lunch meal. Top it with chopped tomatoes and coriander for a tantalising affair.

Try sookhi roti ki sabzi at home and share your experience with us in the comments section below.

About Aanchal MathurAanchal doesn’t share food. A cake in her vicinity is sure to disappear in a record time of 10 seconds. Besides loading up on sugar, she loves bingeing on FRIENDS with a plate of momos. Most likely to find her soulmate on a food app.

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