Chapati Wrap Recipe

A Little Bit About This Chapati Wrap Recipe

The last recipe I posted was by my mum and you guys seemed to really enjoy it so after seeing the positive feedback she decided to send another healthy, easy and filling recipe that you can make. So this one involves a chapati which if you didn’t know is an Indian flatbread. My mum is Indian and likes to make Indian food or fusion Indo-Kenyan food a lot. My parents are vegetarian and eat quite healthy (way healthier than me lol!) so she likes recipes that have a lot of different vegetables and don’t have too much oil/fried stuff. Anyway I hope you enjoy this recipe!


2 cabbage leaves
1 carrot
1 green capsicum
1/2 yellow capsicum
1/2 red capsicum
1 onion
1/2 a small beetroot
1/2 tbs of minced/chopped ginger
1/2 tbs of minced/chopped garlic
Chutney (Optional)

Instructions For The Vegetables

  1. Take the cabbage, carrot, capsicums, onion and beetroot and cut them julienne style.
  2. Add a bit of oil to your pan and stir fry the beetroot first as it takes the longest to cook.
  3. Once the beetroot is well cooked add the other vegetables and the ginger and garlic and stir fry them for a few minutes until they are cooked too.
  4. Add salt and paprika to the mixture according to your preference.

Tip: Use more paprika if you like spicy food and less if you prefer more mild flavours.

Instructions For The Chapati

  1. Mix together one cup of plain flour, one cup of wheat flour, 1/2 tsp of salt and 1 tbsp of oil.
  2. Add water to the mixture and knead the dough till it looks like the image below.
  3. Leave the dough aside for about 20 minutes.
  4. Make the dough into small pieces and then roll each piece into a smooth ball.
  5. Roll each dough ball into a round chapati like the image below and cook it on a pan with a bit of oil (or ghee if you’re not vegan) till it’s golden brown.

6. Once the chapati’s are cooked you can add some chutney on it or leave it plain according to your preference.
7. Add the vegetables to the middle of the chapati and roll it similarly to the way you would make a regular wrap as shown below.
Tip: Use a spicy chutney if you like spicy food or a mild one if you prefer to avoid spicy food. You can also add ketchup if you don’t have any chutney in the house.


Have you ever had a chapati wrap? If not are you going to try making one? Do you like fusion food? Are you a fan of spicy food or do you prefer mild food? Do you eat relatively healthy or do you need some junk in your life? Let me know in the comments below!

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80 thoughts on “Chapati Wrap Recipe

    1. I think some people call them bell peppers and you can find them at most grocery stores. Let me know how the recipe turns out if you try it!

  1. I love them. I think you should have a spicy one followed by an ice-cream wrap (flatten one flavour of ice-cream into a disc. Use another flavour as a filler. Roll up and eat). An ideal combination and many varieties to choose from!

  2. My husband and I love spicy food and Indian food, but I usually don’t have chapatis because I have to eat a GF diet. Have you ever tried making one with GF flour before and do you know if it works?

  3. With the best of my ability, I followed this recipe but somewhere along the way…. at least I still made it (barely). Without the vegetables my Chapati tasted like pankcakes. Will do it again soon.

  4. As someone who used to be a verrrry picky eater, I really appreciate this recipe! I definitely want to try more Indian dishes as I haven’t really had much before. Looks great! Thanks mom 😉

    1. Lol I’m also a super picky eater and I’ve grown up eating Indo-Kenyan food so unfortunately I don’t always like traditional Indian food I get at restaurants and stuff so my mum always sends me her recipes 😜

  5. It has reminded me of my childhood when I used to eat chapati with chutney in a roll like this. There was a silbatta in our home that we used to make chutney. Your mom surely knows about silbatta as she is an Indian. Silbatta is a flat stone with a grinding stone. There were two types of chutney I used to make. First one is made with chilli powder, salt and some water. Second one is made with garlic, chilli powder and salt. Both are very easy to make. It takes only few minutes to make them. Whenever I used to feel hungry, I used to make this because it is very easy to make.

    1. Wow that is so interesting and yes she told me she does know what a silbatta is. I’m glad this recipe made you reminisce.


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