Well its damn easy...this one! Like the first one!! After I got married, I experimented on my poor hubby, but he never discouraged me...so here i am!
Reciepe serves 2
Wheat flour ( approx. 3 to 4 big spoons, bigger than tablespoon !)
1 tomato finely chopped
1 onion finely chopped
Ginger garlic paste (I use smith n jones)
Tomato ketchup (optional)
Red chilly powder( according to how much spicy you like it)
Bhel mix (you can buy it in any store) or potato chips / wafers
Salt to taste
Make a nice soft dough of the wheat flour (adding oil, salt n water...just like you make for making chapatis). Keep aside.
Heat oil in a pan, add chopped onion along with ginger garlic paste, fry it till nice lovely golden brown(be patient for this one!otherwise the garlic n onion if left raw, tastes bad)Then add chopped tomatoes, mix well, cook for 2 to 3 minutes, after the onion n tomatoes ahve blended well, add ketchup (optional) add salt (a bit more so that when you eat it with the chapatis it tastes perfect)then add red chilly powder. Cook for half a minute. Now make chapatis, but put some butter on the pan , generally its not put when you make chapatis, but this frankie needs to be really buttery....!! be careful not to make the chapatis too thin, like usual, they should be crispy. Then place the ready chapatis on a plate. Add the topping of your gravy prepared earlier and spread some bhel mix on it or potato chips /wafers will also too.....this is just to make it crispy and crunchy! Roll the chapati like a frankie.....serve hot!!!