In fact, after seeing the rolls wrapped up in foil, I was expecting they would be baked for a while!
But you shallow fried them....
I think there lies the solution - bake for about ten minutes in a 200°C oven.
Additionally, if there is any other aroma that you would like to impart to the rolls, all it would take is for it to be brushed on to the rolls before being wrapped in foil. It can even be a thick sauce/marinade. Baking will release and meld those aromas well.
See?! With just a little guidance from you we are all turning creative in the kitchen!
Sir Ji, these chakris could be eaten as such if consumed immediately, since every thing is cooked, there is no need to either bake or shallow fry. I wrote that shallow frying is only to reheat them [we take them out of freezer, no ? ] and impart some fried flavours to them, more so since our keema is very bland for our tastes, coz we just boiled it.
If you intend to bake them to reheat, the whole rolls would not reheat properly unless microwaved [we would have to remove the foil to microwave them and that would add another problem]. The cutting of the chakris makes small bite sized pieces and are thus heated good on both sides.
Since samurai wanted to cook just one side, the question cropped up on its done status.
Sir Ji, what is happening here is that instead of our usual keema and roti, which we would normally eat as such and would normally reheat both if we were to take them at some later stage after cooking, we are just combining the two to make it more attractive and make a snack rather than the main course. The idea is to show off the rolling pattern on the cut surface.
We have normally wrapped the roti around lots of things in our past life and enjoyed it, no ?
Secondly, since the physical character of the roti is such that brushing with any sauce would just make it soggy more so when we intend to keep it for very long time and reheating it.
I think, these discussions would definitely make our readers think; and I had already humbly requested our readers in the preamble to reread and try to read the mind of the writer.
It is really encouraging that people are getting aroused in the joys of cooking.
Keep it up folks, even I am learning from you and enjoying it.