Yields: 4 Servings Difficulty: Easy Prep Time: 15 Mins Cook Time: 5 Mins Total Time: 20 Mins
Roti/ chapati is a regular one at my household. My LO prefers these for his lunch box. To make it more interesting and sneak peek all possible veggies to his lunch box, I make different kinds of rotis / chapathis with mashed, grated, minced, or finely chopped vegetables. One such is the Masala Avocado Chapathi. Avocado is an incredibly nutritious fruit that contains good fat content in it. Most of the fat from it is from Oleic acid that is very heart-healthy. Apart from this, Avocado also contains more soluble fibers. Bottom line -Avocado is one of the healthy fruit that is nutrient overloaded.
I decided to use this up in my chapathi. These chapathis were made with freshly mashed avocados and mildly seasoned with spices to suit my LO’s taste buds. He loves them very much for his lunch box, so I have been preparing this very often these days. It is simply the same process of preparing any other roti, so its time- friendly too. I usually pair this for the LO’s lunch box with some simple carrot raitha and he is one happy kid. Do try this healthy roti and serve them for lunch boxes.


0/8 Ingredients
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0/4 Instructions
  • Pick a dark green-skinned, ripe avocado. Cut open into half and using a spoon, scoop out the pulp into a separate bowl and roughly mash them using a fork. Add it to the flour – spice mix and mix.
  • It will form a crumble like consistency. At this stage, sprinkle water as required and fold them into a dough. Add a spoon of oil to avoid sticking to the hands.
  • Set aside for 10 mins and form orange sized balls. Roll out the ball into rotis and transfer them to a heated up tawa.
  • Cook each side for about a minute and apply ghee when it is almost ready to be transferred to a plate.


I have just mildly spiced up this roti to suit my little one’s taste bud. You can increase the spice powders based on your taste buds. Choose the ripest avocado for the best results. It is easy to mash and tastes great. Instead of wheat flour, you can also use multigrain atta too.

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