Healthy Vegetable bean Burrito

Nutrition profile

Energy 300 Kcal
Carbohydrate 42g
Protein 12.5g
Fat 8.5g


  1. Having stale roti makes the starch resistant to digest giving good weight loss and Besan added to wheat flour blunts the glycemic index reducing the starch absorption rate.
  2. Black beans are high on anti-oxidants, soluble fibre and omega 3 fatty acids which are very useful in PCOS


  1. Wheat flour- 10g
  2. Chana flour- 10g
  3. Black beans- 40g (soaked)
  4. Sweet potato- 20g
  5. Red, Yellow and Green pepper -30g
  6. Basil leaves- 5g
  7. Tomato- 50g
  8. Garlic (minced)- 1/2 TSP
  9. Chilli flakes -To taste
  10. Chaat masala- 1/4 TSP
  11. Salt -To taste
  12. Olive oil- 1 TSP
  13. Veg oil- 1/2 TSP

Method of preparation

  1. Prepare 2 dry phulka using wheat flour and channa flour in the afternoon.
  2. Pressure cook beans giving 2 whistles.
  3. Blend tomatoes till it purees, saute tomato puree on a medium flame till it leaves the pan. Heat veg oil and add minced garlic.
  4. In a pan add olive oil on medium flame. Put minced garlic and saute for a minute. Add chopped potatoes, beans, chopped bell peppers and top it with basil leaves. Mix in salt, chilli flakes and masalas.
  5. Heat phulka over medium flame on a hot plate for a minute till slightly crisp.
  6. Put a table spoon of the tomato puree on the roti base. Place a ladle full of sautéed vegetables and roll it up
  7. Serve hot with salad as an accompaniment.
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