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ChapattiBeside puff pastry, Kawan brand also came out Chapati. It contains 10 pieces of chapati in a pack. I bought one pack of it last few weeks and make my own breakfast.

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It is very easy and flexi recipe, just to share my way of making this chapati. Hope you will enjoy it.

 

Ingredients: (for 2 persons)
2pcs chapati
2 eggs
2pcs cheddar cheese
2pcs fish fillet
some salad/vege
some salad oil/mayonese
some cooking oil

Method:
1. Fry chapati in a pan with few drops of cooking oil until you see small brown dots on chapati.

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2. Fry beaten egg in pan with 1/2 tbsp of cooking oil, when it is almost cooked, place a slice of cheese on top. Remove from pan when cheese is melted.

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3. Fry fish fillet until cooked.
4. Wrap egg&cheese, fish fillet and vege with chapati, add many drops of salad oil/mayonese.

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Balsamic dressing

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5. Served and enjoy!

It tasted good and healthy with a lot of vege for breakfast. Make your own chapati with own preferable filling today!

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