Weekend cooking for some is very elaborate, while others like to cook just one filling dish. Some prefer take aways while the others like to eat out.For me the weekend is just Sunday and to tell the truth I like to cook only something which can be done in a jiffy.I hate to cook elaborate meals. For this weekend we have these crisps which taste just like paneer tikka wraps, without actually marinating the paneer and grilling it.I served these with onion rings and spicy green chutney.They are easy, quick, crunchy and delicious.You have the choice of converting this into a soft roll too.

4 chapatis

1 onion, finely chopped
2 green chillies, finely chopped
1 tsp kitchen king masala
1/2 tsp kasoori methi
1/2 tsp ginger garlic paste
1/4 tsp garam masala
Coriander leaves
Crumble the paneer.
Add all the ingredients and mix well.
Check the spices to your taste.

Take a chapati, place it on a slightly greased gridle.
Place the stuffing on one half of the chapati.
Fold the other half on top of the stuffing.
So we get a semi circle.
Toast the chapati on slow fire till crisp, using little oil.
Flip over and cook the other side too.
Prepare all chapatis in the similar manner. Cut them into two and serve with onion rings.

Let’s peep in Valli and Champa’s kitchen and see what they have done during the weekend.

Indian Calzone with Cottage Cheese

4 thoughts on “Indian Calzone with Cottage Cheese”

  1. I know these dishes will be great when you have to cook quickly or for just two, sounds so good. I am sure my daughter would love this..I have been making something like this last week, only didn't realise i can call it calzone as it's just that, indianised..:)..lovely pictures

  2. It seems more like mexican quesadilla than calzone…..nways what is in a name ……it's a treat to the taste buds

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