Egg Chowmein Frankie | Anda Noodle Roll | Chef Sanjyot Keer

Full Written Recipe for Egg chowmein frankie

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Step 1: Start by kneading the dough and by the time you rest it for 30 minutes, by the time prep and make chowmein.

Step 2: once the dough resting is done, make half cooked frankie rotis, now, you can make the chowmein and half cooked frankie rotis and keep it begore, so that you re finally left with just assembling the frankie.

For making chowmein
Oil 1 tbsp
Garlic 1 tbsp (chopped)
Ginger 1 tbsp (chopped)
Spring onion bulbs 1/4th cup (chopped)
Green chillies 2-3 nos. (slit)
Onions 1 medium size (sliced)
Carrots ½ cup (julienned)
Capsicum ½ cup (julienned)
Cabbage 1 cup (shredded)
Boiled noodles/chowmein
Soy sauce 1 tsp
Green chilli paste 2 tsp (paste of 2-3 green chillies)
Red chilli sauce 1 tbsp
Tomato ketchup 1 tbsp
Vinegar 1 tsp
White pepper powder a pinch
Salt to taste
Sugar 1 tsp
Spring onion greens 1 tbsp for garnish
Set a wok on high heat, add oil, chopped garlic, ginger, spring onion bulbs and slit green chillies, sauté them for a minute.
Add sliced onions and sauté it for a minute.
Add capsicum, carrots, cabbage and continue to sauté them on high flame for a minute, make sure you do not overcook the veggies, its recommended to keep them crunchy.
Add the boiled noodles and mix well but gently.
Add soy sauce, green chilli paste, red chilli sauce, vinegar, tomato ketchup, salt & white pepper powder to taste and sugar, toss well for a minute.
Finally finish it with some chopped spring onion greens and toss well for one last time.
Tip: you can add MSG or aromat powder for the extra flavour.
Keep your desi chowmein aside to be used as a filling.

For frankie roti
For making half cooked frankie roti
Refined flour 2 cups
Salt ½ tsp
Curd 1/4th cup
Water 1 & 1/4th cup (300 ml approx.)
Oil 2 tbsp
Oil as required for cooking the roti
Eggs 1 no. For one frankie roti
Salt & pepper to taste
Half cooked frankie roti
Butter as required
Add the refined flour in a bowl, further add salt to taste and curd, mix well and add water gradually and knead a very soft and stretchy dough. Knead well to get the stretchy texture to the dough. You can adjust the quantity of water as required.
Tip: as you add the water, you’ll feel like it’s too much, but just hold on! Don’t give up! Just knead well and the dough will start to form.
Add oil and knead the dough once again to make it smooth and stretchy.
Apply some oil on the dough nicely to prevent the dough from drying and further cover it with a damp cloth and rest it for at least 30 minutes, after 30 minutes you’ll find the dough has risen a bit, knead the dough once again after the rest.
Sprinkle some dry flour over the dough and divide it into small and equal size dough balls.
Coat it with dry flour, flatten it with hands and further use a rolling pin to make a thick roti,
Set a tawa on medium heat, add little oil, cook the roti briefly on both the sides for roughly 20-30 seconds on each side. Make sure the tawa is hot enough and please do not burn the roti.
Cook as many half roti as you want and stack them, keep it cover in a cloth or you can also keep them in an insulated casserole to keep them soft. You can make them before and keep it, to be used later.
Further, Break egg in the bowl, add salt & pepper to taste and whisk well.
Set a pan on medium heat, and cook the half cooked frankie roti until golden brown spots appear, further add butter to cook and for that distinct flavour.
Next, pour the whisked eggs over one side of the roti and flip and cook until the eggs are cooked.
Make as many egg rotis you wish to, just before assembling the frankie.

Assembly of frankie
Egg coated frankie roti as required
Homemade frankie masala
Chilli vinegar (vinegar 50 ml + green chillies 2-3 nos.)
Onions (Chopped) optional
Schezwan sauce
Processed Cheese as required
For chilli vinegar, simply just soak the chopped green chillies in the vinegar for 10-15 minutes, your chilli vinegar is ready to be used.
As now everything is ready to be assembled, so first, start by spreading efficient amount of schezwan sauce over the frankie roti, sprinkle some frankie masala all over the roti, further add efficient amount of chowmein, top it with some chopped onions, some chilli vinegar, grate some processed cheese and sprinkle some more frankie masala for that extra punch, and roll it. Your egg chowmein frankie is ready to be served, serve it immediately.
You can tweak the toppings according to your preference, if you want you can avoid the addition of the onions, if you don’t like them.

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