Greetings, foodies! We know you’ve been keeping a laundry list of food you’re going to eat. Fret not! Today, we’re bringing the bazaar to your home as we uncover another cheese-tastic recipe you can’t afford to miss out on.
Here’s A Recipe On How To Make Delicious Cheesy Roti John At Ho me
One of the top food we would never ever miss in a bazaar is definitely roti john. What’s better than a meat-filled omelette sandwich? It’s one that filled with cheese, cheese and more CHEESE! Although we can’t (don’t want to) exactly recreate the ultimate cheese tsunami at home but how about one that’s enough to satiate your cravings? Read on to find out how to make your own roti john at home!
Ingredients*: 350g minced chicken meat, 1 big red onion (diced), 3 Tbsp Adabi Kari Ayam & Daging, 1 1/2 Tbsp sugar, 1 Tbsp salt, 1 tsp pepper, 1 tsp Ajinomoto (food seasoning), 7 eggs, Mozzarella cheese, sausage bread
Garnish: Chili sauce, mayonnaise, Thousand island sauce, sliced lettuce, sliced cabbage, sliced carrot
*This is able to make 9 to 11 servings*
Step 1: Pour in oil in hot wok and stir fry onions till brownish. Then, add in the curry powder into the wok.
Step 2: Add in the minced meat and cook till it becomes tender. When chicken is cooked, add sugar, salt, pepper and seasoning onto the meat. When it’s well stir-fried, remove meat from wok.
Step 3: In separate bowl, whip up the eggs. Then, pour in the cooked meat into the bowl and mix.
Step 4: Get the buns ready by cutting it in half and slathering on some butter/margarine.
Step 5: Melt some margarine on a flat pan and pour in 1-2 scoops of the egg mix. Sprinkle some mozzarella cheese on top (Note: the more you add, the cheesier it is!).
Step 6: When the egg is somewhat half-cooked, place bread on top. Smash it down slightly so the egg sticks to the bread.
Step 7: Remove from pan when egg is fully cooked. Flip it over and start adding vegetables on it.
Step 8: Finish off by drizzling your favourite sauces. Voila!
Try Making Your Favourite Ramadan Bazaar Treat Today
There you have it – a recipe to recreate your favourite ramadan treat at home. Most of the work lies in the preparation, once you’ve got that out of the way, get ready for a roti john feast! Let’s embrace the new normal and make it for the whole family to enjoy today.
Recipe & Pictures Credit: Ariana Sofia Ahmad (Facebook)