Tandoori Paneer Bombay Frankie

Shivangi of Raody Recipes shows just how versatile our Positively Plantain tortillas can be with this delicious Bombay Frankie aka Bombay Burrito recipe. Yum! Scroll below for the recipe!

Tandoori paneer bombay frankie with positively plantain tortillas
Kicking off Monday with this Bombay Frankie (aka Bombay Burrito) which is a popular street food that started in the 1930s and was loved by all of Mumbai. A Bombay Frankie is basically a grilled Indian flatbread that is stuffed with a variety of delicious fillings and chutneys.

My modern paleo and gluten-free version of this uses Positively Plantain tortillas (made from just green plantains, salt, and baking powder!), which are heated in a pan until soft. I stuffed them with my tandoori paneer, chopped onions, tomatoes, and homemade cilantro mint chutney and tamarind date chutney (chutney recipes on my blog)!

The soft plantain tortilla is so much healthier than roti or naan, but it has a similar texture and consistency so it’s perfect! That combined with my spicy and flavorful tandoori paneer with the fresh veggies, and the dynamic chutneys make this so addictive!

Can’t wait for you to try this low carb alternative without the guilt!
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Shivangi Rao of Raody Recipes


• All ingredients for tandoori paneer

Positively Plantain tortillas. Or if you tolerate gluten, fresh roti (Indian flatbread)

• Chopped onions, tomatoes, cilantro, tamarind date chutney, cilantro mint chutney, and lime wedges for garnish (all optional)


  1. Make tandoori paneer

  2. Heat individual tortillas or naan on a dry pan until slightly browned, pliable, and fully heated.

  3. Stuff with tandoori paneer and all toppings (fresh veggies and chutneys). Wrap into a burrito shape.

  4. Wrap end of burrito with foil.

  5. Serve immediately and enjoy!