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My Healthy Lunch Capati And Naan

FOR TWO CONSECUTIVE DAYS, I TOOK HEALTHY MEALS such as the below.... Not actually I am looking for something healthy but kind of missing the Indian taste such as the capati and the naan.  Both are practically oil-less?

It started off with a message from my ex-colleagues sending an invite to an open house at my former office JKR.  Not only one message but a few coming in from different staff so I was kind of "motivated" to go but never knowing the "open office" was so grand that I could not get a parking even after driving around few times.   The crowd was enormous and when I drove by, the tables were mostly full.  Eventually I sent a note that I would not be able to join... and off I went to my former regular coffeeshop near my office to eat this....  and I noticed that the lady who manned this stall was no longer around, she has passed the baton to her friend...

Well, changing hands or not, this Capati is still as good.. RM1.30
Soft texture, freshly made and I love every bite that I took... 
Took it along with a plate of fruits... 
Healthy meal, right?
This afternoon I was yearning for some Indian food again.... 
And Naan it is... for my lunch!
Freshly made... soft texture too....
And I love the gravy that came with the Naan... 
Chutney and the mint gravy was fantastic!  Sweet, sour and spicy... 
My kind of Combination!!

Comments

  1. Now I'm craving! Hopefully I can have this for lunch tomorrow.

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  2. Healthy har? Maybe I eat naan tomorrow for breakfast. ^^

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  3. Looking very good! So sorry you could not lunch with your friends! Even after driving around lots!

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  4. The capati and naan is healthy food if you just eat them on their own without any gravy. ;)

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    1. Oh without gravy, I cannot eat.. must go with something at least...

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  5. Your pictures are really tempting! I really miss being able to walk to the mamak stall whenever the craving strikes to eat capati, roti canai and naan. =/

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    1. Hope you can get your cravings satisfied soon.. I have seen frozen package in some supermarkets... just make some gravy to go with them.. :)

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  6. Looks good. Now I also want hah..hah...

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  7. Mun already said all that I wanted to say, jeez... I think the original Indian gravy is healthy, but our mamak gravy, oil in abundance there... that's why the gravy delicious >.<

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    1. Yes, gravy is important too to go with the capati and naan...

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  8. Usually i eat roti prata, hardly eat this...

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