Boy : What's this ? pancake ? wrap ?
Mom : Nope ... it's roti prata with mashed banana + Milo + white chocolate chips filling !
Boy : Nice ?
Mom : Not sure ... First time that I mixed such "ad-hoc" sweet filling in prata ... woah !ha .. ha !
My big kids love roti prata. Occasionally, we would enjoy our weekend prata brunch at the nearby food stall, served with curry. Once, my girl had the sweet version, some mashed banana and drizzled with chocolate sauce on it. But I've not eaten the sweet prata. At home, I've also made plain prata (bought frozen ones) served with ham & sunny side up occasionally for our weekend brekkie.
I'm not sure should this be a recipe to begin with ... cos it's just 'mix & match' anything you like to the frozen prata.
I've not tried out the sweet version. Here's my suggested ingredients for the fillings :
Serves 2 pax
2 sheets of frozen roti prata
2 to 3 medium size ripe bananas (mashed with a fork)
2 teaspoons white chocolate chips
3 tablespoons of Milo powder (add more if you like)
1) Heat a non-stick pan over medium flame.
Place a piece of frozen prata, flip over after about 1 - 2 minutes.
2) Immediately, place about 2 tablespoons of mashed bananas on 1 side of the prata. Add 1 teaspoon white chocolate chips and sprinkle 1.5 tablespoon of Milo powder.
3) Carefully, fold the half side over to make it like a crescent. Lightly press the edges with the wooden spatula to seal. Turnover and continue to cook for about 1 - 2 minutes on each sides till fluffy lightly browned and crispy.
Served immediately with some fruits if you like.
|That solo piece was not burnt ... the Milo filling oozed out on the pan and |
made it looked "burnt"
Overall, the natural sweetness of the bananas and melted Milo blended well with the crispy prata.
Have a great weekend !
This post is linked to the event Little Thumbs Up (September 2015 : Milo) organized by Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids and Doreen of my Little Favourite DIY