Indo-Chinese Kathi Rolls with Tamarind Hoisin Sauce and Turmeric Raita
The kathi roll, which hails from Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) in Bengal, consists of an Indian bread on which a thin omelette is cooked, then the whole thing is filled and rolled up like a large fajita. With a significant Chinese population, Kolkata is known for its Chinese-inspired Indian dishes, so we've filled our kathi roll with some big Chinese flavours. Homemade chive parathas are stuffed with sticky Sichuan pepper and chilli chicken, a hoisin flavoured tamarind sauce, a fiery chilli sauce and a turmeric and nigella raita. On the side we've got a smashed cucumber salad and a traditional Chinese stir-fried pepper and potato dish known as di san xian which we've freshened up in the style of an Indian chaat salad with lemon, tomato and coriander.
1 hour 20 minutes