Chicken Baida Roti is another variation of Kheema Baida Roti. It is a shallow fried Indian bread stuffed with precooked Chicken tikka mixed with egg and then shallow fried in oil. Baida Roti is one of the famous dishes eaten during the month of Ramadan.
Chicken Baida Roti or Chicken Tikka Paratha is an easy Ramadan Starter recipe that would be loved by everyone in your home. Though it is your Mother-in-Law (Saas) or your lovely hubby and kids are sure to love it.
It is very delicious and rich in nutrients that will keep your energy level up after a long fast. If you are looking for a different starter for Ramadan Iftar parties, then this can be your perfect choice.
To make the dough, take a bowl and add maida to it. Add 1 tablespoon oil and salt to it. Add water slowly to make a smooth dough. Keep it aside.
For making Chicken Tikka, marinate chicken cubes with ginger garlic paste, red chili powder, tandoori masala, vinegar, cumin powder, turmeric, and red color. Put tikkas on a skewer and slightly flame them on the stove burner. Remove them from the skewer and cook in a pan until done by adding slight oil. Keep it aside and let it cool.
Make a big roti with dough about 6-8 inches in diameter. Shift the roti to skillet. Add some tikka mixture to it. Put some c=finely chopped onion over and chopped coriander leaves over it. Beat egg with shezwan chutney and spread over it. Grate cheese on it and fold it in a rectangular shape.
Put a good quantity of oil around the stuffed roti and let it fry on low flame. Change the sides with the help of a skimmer. Pour oil over the upper side with the help of a skimmer. Cook until golden brown.
Take it out on a serving plate and cut it into 6-8 pieces with a knife. Your Chicken Baida Roti or Chicken Tikka Paratha is ready to serve. Serve it with Mayo, lemon for best taste.
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