Frankie, the popular street food of Bombay (still not able to get myself to call it Mumbai) is best when eaten hot off the tava. It is spicy and tangy at the same time. When cravings for street food hit you, why not try to create the same kinds of food at home? That is exactly what I did, cooked hot & spicy veg Frankie! Now there are various stuffings that you can cook up including paneer, the ever popular potato & the non-veg variety. It is important to season the stuffing well to get that street food taste !
2 potatoes boiled & chopped
1 onion chopped
1/4 cup peas (optional)
2 tbsp oil, 1/2 tsp jeera
Red chilli pwd, garam masala, lemon juice - all as per taste
Onion mix - Mix 1 onion chopped, salt, black pepper, chat masala, lemon juice & coriander leaves.
Green chutney - Blend coriander leaves, green chilli, ginger, salt & lemon juice
Heat oil, add jeera. Add onion & peas, fry till onion gets a few brown specks. Add chilli pwd, garam masala & turmeric. Add boiled potato & mix well. Switch off gas & add lemon juice.
Heat a griddle, add little oil & fry the tortilla & flip over. Now slather green chutney over it, add 2tbsp potato mix in a straight line so as to be able to fold the tortilla well. Add 1/2 tbsp onion mix. Add chilli pwd on top as per taste. Please add all spices as per your spice capacity & preference. Fold over and enjoy the famous street food of Bombay!