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Kothu Parotta



Kothu Parotta

 If you have  left over parotta or parathas here is a recipe which will not fail to interest you. It is a wonderful dish.Kothu parotta is a street food and is common in fast food joints in South India, especially Tamil Nadu. This is made by chopping parattas into small pieces and stir frying along with onions,tomatoes,spices,shredded chicken or scrambled eggs.

Ingredients
Frozen Kerala Parotta or paratha-4
Egg 1 (optional)
Chicken cooked and diced- 1/2 cup
Tomato-1
Onion-1
Green chilly-2
( I used Jalapeno pepper)
Ginger garlic paste- 1 1/2 tsp
Chilly powder- 1/3 tsp
Turmeric powder- 1/3 tsp
Chicken curry or kurma gravy- 3 tbs ( optional)
Garam masala- 1/3 tsp
(If you are not using chicken gravy add
more of chilly powder and garam masala)
Coriander leaver- a little




Cook chicken along salt, turmeric powder and pinch of pepper powder. When cooked cut into small bite sized pieces and keep aside.
Tear parattas into small pieces. If you are using frozen reheat it using microwave or tawa.
Heat oil in a pan. Beat one egg and add into the hot pan and scramble it. Remove this into a plate and keep aside. In the same pan add little more oil and saute onions till it changes color. Next add ginger garlic paste and continue to saute till onion turns golden brown. Add tomatoes, green chilly, turmeric powder, chilly powder and saute for a minute. Next add the chicken and the kurma gravy and allow all this to mix well. Finally toss in parattas, scrambled egg,garam masala and stir fry in high for about a minute.Garnish with coriander leaves. Serve warm.

Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy..

Comments

  1. suja- kothu paratha is my all time fav & this looks very well done !! yum- slurp

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  2. Welcome any time... Delicious ....

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  3. Kothiyavunnu Suja..Good one.Liked the addition of chicken curry or korma.

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  4. kothu parotta superb!!looks very appealing..

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  5. Always my fav...delicious n appealing

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  6. delicious kothu paratta...never had this yet...time to try!

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  7. Delicious platter ~ everyone's fav!
    USMasala

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  8. A colorful dish.Tempting and appetizing Suja.Hope you had a great time relishing that !

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  9. ahhh every time I see this I remember our beautiful trip to Pondichery. looks lovely.

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  10. i jus love kothu porotta...looks delicious

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  11. Super inviting kothu parotta, simply irresistible..

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  12. Nice addition of kurma to kothu parotta looks delicious.

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  13. Looks tempting....its long that I had this..

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  14. Super inviting kothu parotta, simply irresistible..

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  15. My all time fav...thanks for sharing the recipe. I too make it the similar way with a few variations...looks very tempting

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  16. Yummy and mouth watering paratha. Beautiful presentation.

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  17. I lovee kothu parathaa.. used to be my regular at home :D

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  18. My fav one..But never tried it at home

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  19. wow, it looks super delicious, its been a while i had this..

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  20. Beautiful clicks and looks tempting!

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  21. This one looks so easy to make...looks delicious.

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  22. Soooper - looks too inviting Suja :)

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  23. Adding egg in this is new to me! Looks good!

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  24. Thanks all for the sweet comments:)

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  25. my all time fav dish...used to have this from my college canteen couple of years back..:)....loooks very delicious!!

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