Sunday, January 24, 2016

PRATA TUNA ROLLS RECIPE

Prata Tuna Rolls Recipe @ treatntrick.blogspot.com


My boy used to like frozen prata for a quick meal but now that has changed.   He doesn't like it anymore.    Other  snack of his favorites  are  Roti John (Asian French Toast),  Peas Kachori and Potato Cups

Since I have bought a pack of frozen prata from our nearby supermarket so need to clear them for good use before it passes its expiry date.

The best choice is turn the prata into baked Tuna Rolls and serve it during breakfast or tea time snack.

Prata Tuna Rolls  are pretty simple  to put together,  you just combined the  drained tuna with mayonnaise, onion, black pepper or chili flakes before stuffing. Added extra chili powder  since my boy like them extra spicy.

If you don't like savory ones, you can turn the prata  as dessert by filling it with fruit then drizzle with chocolate sauce.   In fact there are endless option, just use your imagination.

Most importantly, do not leave the prata too long at room temperature, it becomes sticky and hard to handle.  You can start cutting and  shaping  immediately after you've removed them from a freezer.

Before baking you can brush these Prata Tuna Rolls with egg wash but  done without it.  Frozen prata is a great substitute for puff pastry too.


Prata Tuna Rolls Recipe @ treatntrick.blogspot.com


Prata Tuna Rolls Recipe @ treatntrick.blogspot.com

PRATA TUNA ROLLS RECIPE
Yield  :  15

2 cans x 185 g tuna in water drained
15 nos frozen prata slightly thawed
2 big onion chopped
6 tablespoon mayonnaise
black pepper to taste
chili flakes
salt

Prata Tuna Rolls Recipe @ treatntrick.blogspot.com

In a bowl, combine together tuna, onion, mayonnaise, salt and black pepper/chili flakes.

Place one prata lined with plastic on a board.

Lightly floured your plastic for easy removal.

Place  2 tablespoon  of filling on one side of the dough.

Fold the dough to enclose the filling, press the edges together to seal.

Make few slits on top of the roll, transfer into baking sheet.  Complete the rest of the dough.

Bake in a preheated oven for 35-45 minutes @ 180 C.

Transfer onto rack to cool.


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15 comments:

Rafeeda AR said...

That's a really nice one! Good way of converting the parathas...

beena stephen said...

Tuna rolls looks very tasty. Will try

Amrita Roy said...

This is something new I have learnt....looks like patty...

Medeja said...

Lovely snack!

Winnie said...

This is totally new to me. I'm not even sure I know what prata is, but I'm going to check. I think my hubby is going to love these rolls

Hollie Black-Ramsey said...

I've never heard of prata but I'm going to go find some so I can make these. They sound awesome! Pinning to share! http://quirkybohomama.blogspot.com/

Sowmia pragash said...

This is simply superb. Love to grab some

Gingi Freeman said...

These look so tasty!! Thank you for sharing! <3 - http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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Katerina said...

I sometimes face the same problem with food that expires! You did a great job putting them in good use!

Mrs.AOK said...

Oh these sound good!! I may have to give this a try. :)
Thanks for sharing with us at #MMBH!
xoxo

Jennifer@MyFlagstaffHome said...

These look yummy! Thanks for sharing at My Flagstaff Home.

Jennifer

Jess said...

Oh wow! Such a neat idea! Sounds yummy!

Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

Hannah@Seeing the lovely said...

I've never heard of prata, but these look cool! Thanks for sharing at #HomeMattersParty!

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