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Oumph! Tandoori Rotis


Oumph! Tandoori Rotis

I went to the Oumph! launch party recently to celebrate them coming to the UK and being stocked in Tesco. I love all the food that was served that night and wanted to share another of Fredrik’s delicious, easy recipes. These delicious topped rotis were very popular that night and I can see why. They were really tasty, plant-based and beautiful to photograph, everything I like in food. They pack a punch when it comes to flavour and heat but are very enjoyable. You can always use your favourite curry sauce, this recipe is fully customisable.   Oumph! Tandoori Rotis   From Oumph’s very own top chef Fredrik Kampenberg (who’s considered to be one of Sweden’s top chefs for plant-based foods). These amazing rotis can be eaten like an Indian style tapas or as a nice accompaniment to your curry. Oumph! Tandoori Rotis  

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Oumph! Tandoori Rotis  
Tandoori Rotis
A fiery and flavoursome street food type dish.
Tandoori Rotis
A fiery and flavoursome street food type dish.
Servings Prep Time
4 5minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
5minutes 30minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 5minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
5minutes 30minutes
  • 80g Oumph! The Chunk
  • 1-2tbsp Tandoori cooking sauce
  • 4 roti bread
  • 1handful mint leaves
  • 1handful fresh corriander
  • 1-2tbsp vegan yoghurt
  • 1handful Mixed salad leaves
  • 1-2tbsp indian pickle/s(optional)
  • 1handful cress(optional)
  1. Defost the chunk at room temp for about 30 minutes then fry on medium heat until golden, about 4 minutes.
  2. Add tandoori cooking sauce to the pan and stir. Let it cook with the Oumph for another minute or 2.
  3. Blend the yoghurt and herbs to make a bright green herby yoghurt sauce.
  4. Toast the rotis (grill or microwave would work), top with the chunk in tandoori, the yoghurt sauce, salad leaves and cress to garnish. You can add extra corriander on top if you want to.
Recipe Notes

Check out Oumph!


Oumph! Available in the UK at Tesco, Wholefoods or other independent?health food shops.

(15) Comments

  1. apathtovegan says:

    Heard so many great things about Oumph but am still yet to try them! Reading this has convinced me even more so I am going to pick some up from Tesco later! So excited to try x

    1. Siobhan Llinos Gale says:

      Yay! You?ll love it! So many ways to eat it. You?ll have to take a pic of what you end up making with it ?x

      1. apathtovegan says:

        Will do Siobhan! Can’t wait to try πŸ˜€ x

  2. Jenna says:

    Great post – I have never tried anything from that brand but it sounds awesome! πŸ™‚ Thanks for sharing!
    -Jenna <3
    Follow me back? The Chic Cupcake

    1. Siobhan Llinos Gale says:

      Thanks. You should give it a go! ??

  3. jennyrose says:

    I can’t get enough of Oumph, it’s so damn versatile! Going to bookmark this recipe for next week.
    jenny x |

    1. Siobhan Llinos Gale says:

      I know right! Me too! ?I love that working with oumph and Fredrik means everyone can enjoy the lovely food we had at launch. What was your favourite thing? These 2 I?ve shared are mine. X

  4. Sanna Burns says:

    Love Oumph, been using/buying that and all the Oatly products when visiting family in the Nordics. So pleased to have both in the UK now. I got an invite to the launch as well but wasn’t going to be able to make it from Glasgow πŸ™ Looks like a great (tasting) event!

    1. Siobhan Llinos Gale says:

      Yeah I was getting it from events so I?m so glad that it?s available in the uk to buy now. Oh no. Yeah that?s really far to come for just an evening thing.. I have that same problem sometimes. Luckily most events are close to me. But I know Glasgow is so great for vegan food etc. It was really lovely but partnering with them on this means that everyone can enjoy the food I had that night ?x

  5. veganwanderessblog says:

    Omg I got so obsessed with veggie roti when I was in the Caribbean! I want to try these!

    1. Siobhan Llinos Gale says:

      I must admit it?s not something I?ve had a great deal but these were like little Indian tacos and I loved them. I love that they?re super easy to throw together. You can use whatever sub for chicken and even change the sauce if you want.

  6. nowheretobeproject says:

    What could be better than a quick and easy plant-based gourmet meal?!? Can?t wait to try this!

    1. Siobhan Llinos Gale says:

      Absolutely! The yoghurt with the spicy sauce is ??

  7. Amie??? (@acurvyvegan) says:

    I really ned to try Oumph, it looks so good and I’ve heard so many amazing things!

    Love, Amie ?
    The Curvaceous Vegan

    1. Siobhan Llinos Gale says:

      You totally do! It?s one of the best mock meat products I?ve ever tried in terms of taste and nutritional value. The ingredients are so basic that it seems crazy that it tastes so good. They?re bloody geniuses! X

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