Vegetable Frankie | How to make Vegetable Frankie

By Salma Godil  |  1st Sep 2015  |  
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  • Vegetable Frankie, How to make Vegetable Frankie
Vegetable Frankieby Salma Godil
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About Vegetable Frankie Recipe

Frankie is a healthy, mess-free, nutritious, anytime grab-on snack. I love to have for my breakfast. This is the most popular post on my blog salmagodil.blogspot.in ...

Vegetable Frankie

Ingredients to make Vegetable Frankie

  • For chapati:- maida - 2 cups
  • salt - as needed
  • oil - 2 tsp
  • water- 1/2 cup
  • Egg - 1 (beaten & added a pinch salt)
  • For cutlet:-Potatoes - 4 (boiled)
  • capsicum - 1/2 (chopped)
  • Peas - 1/4 cup (boiled)
  • Sweet corn - 1/2 cup (boiled)
  • carrot - 1/2 cup (shreded)
  • ginger garlic paste - 1/2 tsp
  • Green chili paste - 1/2 tsp
  • Garam masala powder - 1/2 tsp
  • cumin powder - 1/4 tsp
  • Chaat masala - 1 tsp
  • salt - to taste
  • coriander leaves - few
  • lemon juice - 2 tsp
  • cornflour - 2 tsp
  • oil - to shallow fry
  • For assembling:- onions - 2 (chopped finely)
  • coriander leaves - 1/2 bowl (chopped finely)
  • tamarind pulp - 1/2 bowl
  • Chaat masala - 1/2 bowl
  • Cheese - 2 cubes (grated)

How to make Vegetable Frankie

  1. For chapati: Mix all the ingredients and knead into a soft dough. Roll out into thin chapatis and cook very little on tawa. Apply beaten egg on one side of a chapati and shallow fry it until the egg gets cooked. Keep aside covered tightly
  2. For cutlet: Mash potatoes and peas, add coarsely mashed corn, carrot and capsicum.
  3. Now add all the remaining ingredients and shape into long cutlets. Shallow fry them in oil and keep aside.
  4. For assembling: Take a chapati and with the egg side on top, place a cutlet on it.
  5. Then over this sprinkle tamarind pulp, onions, coriander leaves, chaat masala and cheese. Roll it tightly. Fix with a toothpick or roll into silver foil.
  6. Serve hot with green chutney.

My Tip:

Make the rolls a little saucy and pack them for your kid's tiffin too.

Reviews for Vegetable Frankie (34)

Christaina Kamaluddin Mohamed Alia year ago

When you have bitten an egg in the dough than how can you group your receipe in veg group??
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Lakshmi Balaa year ago

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Vandana Gupta2 years ago

Nice
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Deepa Singhal2 years ago

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Neha Sharma2 years ago

Tried it with a few variations. Used leftover rotis, didn't use egg, used Oatker's pizza and pasta sauce as a spread during assembly and shallow fried the frankies with ghee after assembly. It turned out very tasty. Thanks for the recipe :)
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Shardha Jaiswal2 years ago

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Cuttieee B2 years ago

Egg na use krna ho to uska koi substitute bta do
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Neera Tikmani
2 years ago
widout egg nly chapati banaakar bhi uske ooper aap sab kuch laga kar frankie bana sakti hai

Soni Alka2 years ago

Adha cup mirchi ka pest jayada he
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Ramesha Sha2 years ago

Good recipe
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Sangeeta Bhargava .2 years ago

आधा कटोरा चाट मसाला ज्यादा नहीं होगा?
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Pari Sanghi2 years ago

Its Nice
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rita lulla2 years ago

very much thanku
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Sangeeta Gupta2 years ago

Nice recepie....
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Nitya Jain2 years ago

Tried it... it was dilicious
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Shipra Bhandari2 years ago

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Renuka Bansal2 years ago

I made it several times..just apply mayo or ketchup over chapati..then place aloo roll n onion... Kids Tiffin perfect.
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Sonal Nighot3 years ago

awesome
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Ankita sinha3 years ago

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anju jagan3 years ago

will it work without egg
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Moonmoon Mukhopadhyay3 years ago

woooo:relaxed::relaxed:ww
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jigisha patel3 years ago

hii...salma....egg is optional? bcoz I m vegetarian. ..
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Richa Bajaj3 years ago

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Mitu Jayaswal3 years ago

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Shubha Madhusudhan3 years ago

Thanks a lot. will surely do it. chapati can be made by substituting egg with a little fine sooji in the dough
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sucharitha anand3 years ago

can we do without egg
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Reetu Jain3 years ago

is it necessary to add egg in it? otherwise very nyc recipe.
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Purvi Parikh3 years ago

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Archana Karode3 years ago

superb
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Deepa Deputy3 years ago

superb
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Darshana Vaishnav3 years ago

nice Recipe
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Anuradha sharma3 years ago

Nice recipe, beautiiful pictures :D can we skip the garlic paste? will it alter the taste?
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Lipsmacking Bites4 years ago

I have tried recipes from several blogs and many times they do not come out good but this was perfect
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Aalim Ali4 years ago

Very nice. easiest way to make a tasty Frankie
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Gyanendra Verma4 years ago

Must try. Chapati came out very soft and taste of cutlets was also out of this world. Thanks for sharing the recipe..
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