Tired of your kid constantly complaining about the same old boring Chapati in the lunchbox? We know it can get tiresome to keep inventing new ways to ensure your kids get the nutrition they need and make it fun for them at the same time. Thankfully, we’re here to help. Try these cool ways you can prepare iD’s ready to eat Whole Wheat Chapati.

A spicy Indian peanut butter roll:
You can have this for lunch or as a snack. It’s simple to prepare and it delicious to feast on. Begin by heating iD ready to eat Whole Wheat Chapati on the stove. When it’s hot enough, spread some delicious pure ghee over it. Over that, you can add some freshly ground roasted peanuts, topped with a little garam masala and salt. Roll up the chapati and cut into small bite-size pieces. And voila, you have yourself a tasty delicacy treat.

Chapati pizza with olive oil and cheese:
This cross over between Italian and Indian cuisines takes a bit longer to make, but trust us, the wait is worth it. On a hot pan, place the iD ready to eat Whole Wheat Chapati. Cook it for a few seconds and leave it be. Turn off the gas and let the Chapati harden on the pan. Once it’s hard, take it off the pan. Begin by applying a light layer of tomato ketchup or sauce over the chapati. You can then add toppings of your choice: stir-fried vegetables, sweet corn, paneer, etc. Grate one cube of cheese over the chapati. Then place the chapati back on the pan, cover it with a lid and heat on low flame for 1-2 minutes. Once the cheese has melted, place it on a dish and sprinkle some olive oil over it. With a little seasoning, you have yourself a quick delightful Chapati-pizza.

Bring your forks out and dig into a bowl of Chapati Noodles:
Yes, you read it right. Chapati and noodles are essentially made of the same ingredient - wheat. So why not deconstruct the chapati to make it fun to eat while maintaining the nutrition it offers? Begin by taking 3-4 iD ready to eat Whole Wheat Chapatis. Using a sharp knife, cut them up into think slices. Set that aside. In a wok, begin by heating up some oil. Add chillies, and onions and fry it till the onions begin to brown. Then add in diced carrots, capsicum and other veggies of your choice. Add some salt and masalas of your preference. Cook for 2-3 minutes and then add in cut tomatoes. Begin stirring till the tomatoes soften. Then add in the sliced chapatis. Stir for another few minutes. Add some Soy sauce to the wok and garnish with Cilantro. Serve hot or pack it for your little ones to enjoy.

Chapati chips and dip:
This preparation may not be ideal for your kids’ lunch boxes, but it works great as an after school snack or to serve at a gathering. It’s easy to make and tasty as well. Begin by keeping iD ready to eat Whole Wheat Chapati outside for a couple of hours. The chapatis will be brittle. Tear them into bite-size pieces and deep fry them in a wok. Using tissues, remove the excess oil. Add some salt and chilli powder over the fried chapatis and serve hot with a cold beverage.

Try these out-of-the-box recipes with iD’s Whole Wheat Chapati and let us know how well they did with your kids.

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