7 Reviews

Good flavour, easy to make - just a little 'boring', needed mango chutney to spice up a bit

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vickirecipes May 09, 2013

These reminded me of Indian Potato Parathas I used to buy at my local farmer's market. I really love the color and the flavor. These were easy to assemble, too. Nice and savory, I found I needed a little extra salt. I used tortillas and fried them in light oil. I might consider adding peas to these next time. Yum!

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Hadice October 21, 2011

I love this recipe. I've made them several times before. I usually use a garden veggie wrap and top them with a tamarind chutney. They are so quick and easy. You can also leave the filling in the fridge for a few days and make them as needed. (I like them warm) I'm going to try filling and freezing them, then frying after they thaw.
I've also made them with parsley, they are still fabulous!

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Khana January 15, 2011

Absolutely wonderful! DH and I really loved this recipe and have made it several times. We use a whole wheat tortilla and bake it - absolutely SUPERB!!!

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jconway520 September 30, 2007

Loved it! Even the kids ate it. I used Arabian Pita Bread in place of the tortillas and I baked in the oven after brushing lightly with oil. I also made a yogurt sauce for dipping them. My Algerian husband had a few Algerian friends over late last night and they gobbled up the leftovers! The only problem I had with these was that there was too much scallion. This was my fault as the scallions I had were like scallions on steroids! They were huge. Other than that I made exactly as instructed and was very pleased. Thanks Cookgirl!!

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Cookie16 September 05, 2006
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