So this last Friday it was just me and the little one at home for dinner. Dear Husband had a dinner-meeting with his work colleagues and he was off for the night. I did not want to slave and spend a lot of time in the kitchen and neither did I want to snack on something unhealthy. Blame it on cold wintery nights and I was also craving for something hot and “chatpata”. I peeked at my fridge and found some shredded cheese and some remnants of spinach leaves. So I instantly had this idea of making Quesadilla using chapathis as I had no tortillas to go the authentic way.
1 medium onion
1 cup spinach
1 cup shredded cheese (I used 2% sharp cheddar)
2-3 green chillies
Salt to taste
Chop the onions length wise into small pieces and keep aside.
Clean the Spinach leaves and chop into fine pieces.
Slit green chillies.
Onion Sabji: Take a heavy bottom pan, add the oil. Wait until hot.
Now add garlic and mix until it lightly browns up. Add Onions and stir until it truns a bit brown.
Add green chillies and chopped spinach, salt and mix until done. Keep aside.
Make chapathis the usual way. When cooked on both sides, place a spoonful of prepared Sabji and shredded cheese on one half on the chapathi.
Close the chapathi using the other half into a semi-circle shape. Cook on both sides for about 10 secs. Peek to see if the cheese has melted.
Cut into wedges. Serve with ketchup when hot.