Roti Crumbs? You must be wondering what’s this? Have often heard and used bread crumbs but this Roti crumb is a new term.

So, friends, Roti crumbs are just like bread crumbs. The way bread crumbs are made from bread similarly, roti crumbs are made from chapati. Roti crumbs are a perfect and healthy substitute to bread crumbs. Also, its a great way to use leftover chapatis. 

These roti crumbs taste not only good but are healthy too.

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Once, while eating cutlets made with these roti crumbs, I tried hard to see if there is any difference in the taste. But nowhere I could feel it.


Use Of Leftover Chapatis In Roti Crumbs

No matter how much perfect we try to be, but still some times we are left with one or two chapatis. Everyone prefers fresh chapatis and no one wants to eat these leftover ones. Now, what to do?

Of course, we can use them for making Roti Noodles,  or Roti Quesadillas. And in addition, you can try these roti crumbs too. 

Make Roti crumbs and replace bread crumbs in your kitchen with these Healthy Roti crumbs.


 Roti Crumbs For Children

Also, when your little one doesn’t want to eat chapati then take it easy. No worries…at all. Give him/her chapatis in some other form.

Yes, you can make Roti Upma for them which is made using Roti crumbs. You can check the recipe of Roti Upma here.

Your child will happily eat it and you too will be happy then.

Fresh or Leftover Chapatis?

Use fresh or leftover roti (chapati) for making roti crumbs and use it the way you use bread crumbs.

Make Alloo Tikki, cutlets, kababs…. for binding use these crumbs.


How To Make

Roti Crumbs
Roti Crumbs
Roti Crumbs


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6 Responses

  1. We used to fry rotis after tearing them into small pieces during our childhood but never made roti crumbs this way. As usual tasty post🤩❤

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