Frankie, who bhi when you are fasting?
Are you serious?
This is the reaction I get when I talk of vratwali frankie.

This one is specially for all the Bacchus and young adults, All mommas get that smile on their faces serving them this twisted frankie and you too enjoy it with them. No extra cooking is a bonus.

Without any further adieu let’s get started!

For the Roti (Wrap):
Rajgira/Kuttu Atta: 1 cup you may mix both in equal quantities totally your choice.
Oil /ghee/ Makkhan: 2 tsp. I go oil free.
Ginger-chilly paste: 1 tbsp.
Boiled and mashed potatoes: ½ cup ( helps to bind the flour and make the rotis soft)
Dahi: 2 -3 tsp
Coriander:finely chopped handful
Pepper: 1 tsp
Salt: to taste.

Mix all the ingredients and knead the flour into a dough. Use a little water to knead the dough. Keep it aside for a while, about 30 minutes.
Roll into rotis. It is going to be difficult to roll these. So roll on a plastic bag or butter paper.
This helps to lift the roti. Put the roti on the tawa and Half cook on both sides. Keep it aside.

For the patty:

Boiled and mashed potatoes: 1 cup
Paneer( cottage cheese) grated: 1 ¼ cup
Ginger-chilly paste: 1 tbsp.
Coriander:finely chopped handful
Pepper: 1 tsp
Roasted jeera powder:1 tsp
Salt: to taste
Lime: ½
Arrow root flour: ¼ cup
Take a bowl and mix all the ingredients. Keep ¼ cup grated paneer to garnish the frankie.
Add half the arrow root flour and keep the other half. Mix well. Add the lime juice and mix well again. Roll into oblong patties. Take the arrow root powder on your palms to help you roll better. Once all patties are done, take a skillet or non stick pan and shallow fry the patties in oil or ghee. I simply brush the nonstick pan with a little ghee and don’t use any oil or ghee later on. Flip and cook on both sides till golden brown.
Keep the patties aside.

To assemble:
You will need the pre-cooked rotis, the patties, the green and sweet chutney, we made them day before yesterday, paneer and coriander to garnish.
Take the half cooked roti on the non stick pan. Apply the green and sweet chutney on it. You may wish to sprinkle a little aamchur on it. Place the patty in the center, Sprinkle the grated paneer and coriander over it. Roll from both sides and cook on a slow flame.
Your vratwali frankie is ready!!!!

Who said Fast Food cannot be eaten during a Fast?
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