Simple Egg Roll
1 Servings ~ 2-3 Minutes
  • 1 Cooked Chapattis
  • 1 Eggs
  • Salt and Pepper to taste
  • 1 Tsp Oil

Simple Egg Roll

This is a simple hassle free roll for the kids for Lunchbox or a Picnic. I make this for son’s Lunch box.


– In a bowl, mix the salt and pepper and break the eggs into it. Beat it nicely so that the salt and pepper powders are incorporated into the egg mixture.
– Heat a tawa/griddle/pan on medium – low heat and add 1 Tsp of oil.
– Pour the egg mixture and spread to the shape of the chappati.
– Place he chappati immediately on the uncooked egg mixture and and allow to cook.
– Once cooked remove from pan and allow to cool for 2-3 minutes before rolling the Egg roll.
– Serve with Sauce/tomato ketchup or allow the children to relish it just like that.

Thoughts on “Simple Egg Roll

  1. Hello, i think that i saw you visited my blog so i came to “return the favor”. Liked the design of your site. I am attempting to find things to improve my website! Easy recipes.

  2. This post is invaluable for new cooks like me. I have been following your blog for quite some time and thank you for keeping the method of explaining simple. Thanks a ton.

  3. I have read a few good recipes here. This one is certainly one of the easiest if you have ready made chapatis in hand. Nice Pic..presentation making me hungry…

  4. Hi there, thx for sharing such a simple and yummy recipe…i have been making this regularly at home for breakfast to save time. Please post more such time saving ideas.

  5. Yummy…made this easy Egg roll for my son’s dinner, he loved it..One easy recipe to save me. Thx for sharing.

    • Hi Mili, Thanks for your valuable comments. Will try to post the Katti Rolls at the earliest. Go ahead and cook other recipes posted here and give your feedback.

  6. You saved my day today..Had seen this last week. Made for my little ones lunch box. they loved it. Such simple ideas can save you. Thanks a ton.

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