Rolex or "Rolled Eggs"

Recipe by Jasper and Hanial

  

This food is traditionally made in Uganda and it is called Rolex or “Rolled Eggs”. It is easy to cook and people generally love them. You can cut them up and serve them as apps or of course enjoy a full one to yourself for a delicious breakfast, lunch or dinner.  We used the Xawaash spice mix in the eggs but you can get creative and use whatever spice you like.


Ingredients

  • 5 cups flour 
  • 1 Carrot
  • 4 cups water 
  • 1 tsp Salt 
  • 1 cup Oil 
  • 1 tsp of Thirteen’s Xawaash spice mix
  • Any other veggies (thinly sliced or chopped finely
  • 1 Tomato (sliced, not added to the egg mix)


  • Instructions

    Chapati Instructions

    1. Pour the flour into a large bowl 
    2. Grate the carrots into the bowl of flour
    3. Add 4 cups of warm water into another bowl, and mix with salt (1tsp)
    4. Pour the water bowl into the bowl containing flour and mix thoroughly.
    5. After mixing the flour, add 1 cup of oil and cover the mixture for 5 minutes
    6. Uncover the bowl and make balls like the size of a golf ball or tennis ball depending on the size you want
    7. Roll out the dough using a rolling pin or any long cylindrical object and the shape dough to form the chapati 
    8. Fry the dough with little oil in a large frying pan. VIDEO

    Eggs Instructions

    1. Add the eggs, Thirteen’s spice, salt and pepper to taste and really any other veggies (thinly sliced or chopped finely) you want to add to a bowl and mix them with a whisk
    2. On medium heat, add another tsp or so of oil and wait for it to heat.
    3. Add about a half to a full cup of the egg mix the frying pan, make sure that it forms a circular shape to match the chapati. You will be putting this into the Chapati.
    4. Wait a minute or so or until the sides begin to bubble. Flip the eggs and when it’s cooked place them on the chapati. Repeat until all the Chapatis are filled or you are out of egg mix.
    5. Cut three tomato slices for each chapati and place them down the middle of the eggs. Roll the chapati eggs and tomatoes together and they are ready to eat! 


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