When I was younger, I frequently ate while driving. When I was a kid, I used to travel to the Boat Basin every time I went from Jeddah to Karachi during my vacations. There were two spots in Karachi that competed for my teenage attention: the Boat Basin and food carts selling things like Boti Rolls and Chicken Paratha Rolls. Chicken Mirchi, melting chutney, and crisp onions are nestled inside fried paratha puris. This group totally slayed my music taste. To be honest, I could have easily eaten two. *** bless my metabolism for allowing me to do this. Innumerable times.
Even now that I’m an adult, these rolls are a firm favorite of mine. Buns stuffed with chicken paratha, beef boti, and garlic mayo are among of my favorites. What can I say? I am really endearing.
But I don’t feel like putting forth the effort to mix the ingredients, make the dough, and fry the paratha. I’d appreciate it if someone could accomplish that for me, but in the meantime, the frozen parathas will do just fine.
This version functions during the week and effectively disguises Wednesday as a holiday. What’s even better? My children will eat half as much chutney if I reduce the amount of chilli peppers in it.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Rolling Chicken Parathas
There are three components that make up a boti roll.
Marinated chicken with yogurt, lemon juice, ******, garlic paste, and spices.
a combination of green chile chutney, plain yogurt, and various spices.
Three, a blend of mint and coriander with some fried onions.
Excellent meals result from using all three components together.
Is making a boti roll ahead of time even possible?
Easy to create and requiring little in the way of preparation, this boti roll has found its way onto the menus of picnics, country dinners, and even weeknight meals. To bring it on a picnic, I make it the morning before and cover it in plastic wrap or wax paper. Even if they haven’t cooled down, you can still enjoy their exquisite flavor. I marinate them and mix the chutney and onions the night before a vacation to the country (in separate containers please). When it’s time to dine, I reheat the parathas and prepare the chicken, then combine the two.
What other foods pair well with chicken paratha rolls?
A nice, nutritious salad? The joke’s on you. In a word, no. Boti rolls pair well with two traditional pairings: a salad and a side dish, which is a nutritious option in and of itself.
Masala fries are as easy as tossing your favorite frozen fries with chaat masala and a pinch of garam masala.
My go-to is garlic mayonnaise on regular fries (or masala potatoes).
Instructions for whipping up a batch of garlicky mayo in a flash.
It’s possible to prepare the aioli from scratch, but this speedy alternative works just as well. Your expectations for garlic mayonnaise will be exceeded. Whisk together 1/2 cup mayonnaise, 2 tablespoons cold water, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 1 to 2 minced garlic cloves, and a pinch of salt. Delicious.