We have all enjoyed paratha roll in many forms: as street food, a quick lunch or as Ammie’s solution when we are bored of plain old dinner. But have you ever tried a turkey paratha roll? It’s just as delicious plus super healthy! Why not have a ‘Make Your Own Turkey Paratha Roll” party?
Did you know that turkey is a quality protein with about 30 grams of protein in every 100-gram serving. It’s lean and nutrient-rich, too. This means that it has a lot of nutrients per calorie. You don’t need to have turkey only on Thanksgiving but introduce this flavourful meat in your everyday meals. Here’s a super easy way to do it:
Turkey Paratha Roll:
Serving: 5-6 people
Prep time: 30 minutes
Cooking time: 30-45 minutes
Turkey cubes 1 kg
Yogurt 3 tablespoon
Onion 2 (chopped)
Salt to taste
Cumin powder 1 tablespoon
Chillies 1 tablespoon
Ginger/Garlic paste 1 tablespoon
Coriander powder 1 tablespoon
- Fry one of the chopped onions
- Marinate the turkey cubes in the yogurt, fried onions, 1 chopped raw onion, salt, cumin powder, chillies, ginger/garlic paste and coriander powder
- Keep refrigerated overnight
- Heat a pan and add a tablespoon of oil
- Add the marinated turkey and cook on low-medium heat till it gets completely cooked (almost 30-45 minutes).
- Remove from heat and pull into shreds by hand
Yogurt 1 cup
Mint leaves 2 tablespoon chopped
Coriander leaves 2 tablespoon chopped
Salt to taste
Cumin powder 1 teaspoon
Chop the mint and coriander leaves with the yogurt and add the spices.
Tomato 1 chopped
Onion 1 small one chopped
You can either make a paratha from scratch or use a frozen one for ease! You will need 5-6 parathas for the amount of turkey that’s cooked.
‘Make Your Own Turkey Paratha Roll’ Party
To assemble the paratha roll, lay down the paratha and add the turkey shreds. Now pour the sauce on top and add the shredded tomatoes and onion. Roll the paratha and enjoy!
Why not take some craft paper and paste on your dinner table and set up for a “Make your own turkey paratha roll” party?
Place the parathas on the table, along with the deliciously cooked turkey shreds, sauce and salad. Your guests can assemble their own paratha roll according to their taste preferences. We all know it totally depends on the situation whether we add onion or not!
I’m sure your guests would love this idea! This can even be a great twist to family dinner!
We loved the taste of turkey in our paratha roll and knowing that it’s a healthier option for the family was definitely a bonus!
Disclaimer: This blog post is sponsored by Canadian Turkey. All opinions are my own.