The “W” tiffin

Welcome to A to Z of tiffin’s ideas with me. I am trying to give A to Z suggestions for lunch box woes and today is Day 23 with the letter W. So Let’s pack the W Tiffin

warqi paratha



wheat porridge or halwa

Wrap – Paneer And Veg

Selective Focus Photograph of Wafer

Homemade chocolate wafers


300 gm cooking/ compound chocolate (take milk chocolate and dark chocolate both in equal quantities) wafers of any flavor


Melt cooking/ compound chocolate in a double boiler or in a microwave on 50% power of heat.

Smoothen and even the hot chocolate on a smooth surface.

It’s called tempering.

What is tempering? Tempering chocolate is an essential step for making smooth, glossy, evenly colored coating for your dipped chocolates. Tempering prevents the dull grayish color and waxy texture that happens when the cocoa fat separates out. Tempered chocolate produces a crisp, satisfying snap when you bite into it.

Finally, dip the wafer in this melted chocolate and put them carefully on a tray and let them cool. else put them in the freezer for 10 mins, you can sprinkle cut dry fruits if you wish. wafers are ready to go in tiffins.

Paneer And Veg Wrap

Tacos With Lime Infused with proteins, vitamins, and fiber, this is one delicious wrap your child simply cannot refuse.


For the stuffing: Paneer, capsicum, tomato, onion, curd, ginger-garlic paste, gram flour, garam masala, red chili powder, chaat masala, Kasturi methi, coriander powder, oil, salt to taste.

For the wrap: Whole wheat or multigrain flour, water, salt, oil.


  • Knead the dough by mixing the ingredients for the wrap together.
  • Set aside for at least 20 minutes.
  • Dice the paneer and vegetables. Place them in a bowl.
  • Mix the rest of the ingredients together to form a marinade.
  • Coat the paneer and vegetables with this marinade. –
  • Cover the bowl of marinated vegetables with plastic wrap and leave in the fridge for 20 minutes.
  • Heat up a pan and pour 1 tbsp of oil into it.
  • Saute the marinated vegetables in the pan for 5 minutes.
  • Take the pan off the flame, pour few drops of lemon juice, and mix well.
  • Now take the dough, divide it into the required number of chapati balls and roll them out with a rolling pin.
  • Roast the chapati on a pan.
  • Adding oil to the chapati is optional (but it does make it extra tasty).
  • Place the prepared stuffing on the center of the chapati and spread it in a line.
  • You can add some sliced onions as well.
  • Roll it up from both sides.
  • Pack in tiffin with tomato sauce or chutney of choice.

For Warqi paratha click here


Today is Day 23 with the letter “W” of AtoZ challenge.

My theme for the challenge is ‘Tackling Tiffin tantrums” to help ease lunchbox woes for moms & kids.

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That’s all for today, see you tomorrow!

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Linking with #BlogchatterA2Z and #AtoZ Challenge for April 2019


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