Paratha Breakfast Sushi

5 minutes
10 minutes
15 minutes
2 wraps
Have you ever craved sushi for breakfast? This paratha egg roll may not be anything like sushi with fish, rice, and seaweed but it definitely reminds me of it. It's so fun to eat just like sushi in little chopped rolls packed with so much flavor!
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Paratha Breakfast Sushi

Have you ever craved sushi for breakfast? This paratha egg roll may not be anything like sushi with fish, rice, and seaweed but it definitely reminds me of it. It’s so fun to eat just like sushi in little chopped rolls packed with so much flavor!

Making the Paratha Egg Wraps

These egg wraps are the easiest breakfast you can make, it takes about 10 minutes to make if you keep it simple! You just use any frozen paratha you buy from the store and cook it as you usually would on a frying pan until golden and crispy on both sides.

Crack 2 eggs per paratha wrap you plan to make. Add salt and pepper to taste and whisk together well. Add the eggs to a heated frying pan that’s exactly the same size as the paratha. Once the eggs are cooked only on the bottom of the pan but still raw on the top, add the cooked paratha on top so it sticks to the raw egg. Continue letting the eggs cook until fully done. Flip over onto a plate.

Now load the paratha with everything you want. You can add your favorite cheese, choice of protein, and a sauce or spread. Just roll it up tightly and chop into small sections to enjoy!

Where to Get Paratha

You can find paratha in a lot of Asian, Indian, or Arab/Middle Eastern grocery stores. Trader Joe’s also sells paratha but it’s only the green onion version and I prefer the plain for this recipe because it’s just more versatile. If you’re not sure which store local to you has it, check on Instacart and call any smaller stores before you go.

Variations to Try

There really are so many different ways to make this recipe with the paratha and the egg as the base of course! You can take it in so many different directions from the type of cheese you use to the protein choice. There are also so many sauces you can add in!

When I had this at a restaurant in Dubia, they put Kiri cheese inside which is a spreadable white cheese that is almost like cream cheese but airier and less thick. It also had some roasted veggies in it as well and it was so good. You could also add some basterma for a more Middle Eastern flair.

If you want an Asian flavor profile, add green onions and chili oil inside. If you want a Mexican-inspired flavor profile, add avocado and chipotle aioli. You could even add some beef chorizo.

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Paratha Breakfast Sushi

Have you ever craved sushi for breakfast? This paratha egg roll may not be anything like sushi with fish, rice, and seaweed but it definitely reminds me of it. It's so fun to eat just like sushi in little chopped rolls packed with so much flavor!

Have you ever craved sushi for breakfast? This paratha egg roll may not be anything like sushi with fish, rice, and seaweed but it definitely reminds me of it. It's so fun to eat just like sushi in little chopped rolls packed with so much flavor!

5 minutes
10 minutes
15 minutes
2 wraps

Ingredients

  • 2 paratha wraps, cooked
  • 3 to 4 large eggs
  • salt, to taste
  • black pepper, to taste
  • avocado or olive oil, for cooking eggs
  • cheddar cheese slices, or any cheese of choice
  • cooked beef or turkey bacon
  • mayonnaise

Instructions

  1. To a bowl or mixing cup, crack the eggs in and add salt and black pepper. Whisk together well to combine.
  2. Heat a frying pan over medium heat and add a little bit of oil. Make sure the frying pan is the same size as the paratha.
  3. Add half of the egg mixture in and let it cook just until the bottom of the egg is cooked but the top part is still raw.
  4. Take the cooked paratha and place it gently on top so it sticks to the raw egg. Continue to let it cook until the eggs are fully cooked. Slide off the pan and flip so the egg part is exposed.
  5. Add any filling you like such as cheese, beef bacon, and mayo. Roll up tightly and chop into small rolls to enjoy!
Tips & Notes
The version I had in the Middle East used Kiri cheese which was so good and definitely recommend. You can find this at most arab grocery stores but the best substitute for it is cream cheese. To make this vegetarian, leave out the protein. You can also use deli meat if you'd like.
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