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Mar 31, 2011

Egg Kothu Parota / Mutta Kothu Parota - Recipes using Leftover Parota

Kothu Parotta
Kothu parotta is the famous street food item over here.I love this dish so much..It is a dish that you want to prepare when you have leftover parotta last night.Just tear those,add some onions and stuffs,crack open two egss mix it up and eat it(Don’t forget the spices).If you have ever seen on those street shops they will prepare like the above method,but they will pour a little of that lovely salna in it,it will give a unique taste to this dish.You could also add any chicken curry to this.If you want chicken kothu parotta just add sliced up chicken after frying the onions and continue the process from that on.You could also make your own parotta,check this link for recipe.And if you want to try that typical street food salna just check this link .So Hope you all give this a try and tell me how it came out.

Ingrediants:

Onion-1 chopped
Tomato-2 chopped
Green chilli-2 chopped
Ginger and Garlic paste-1 tblspn
Saunf(Sombu or perumcheerakam)-1 tblspn
Cinnamon(patai)-1 inch piece
Red chilli powder-1 tblspn
Garam masala powder-1 tsp
Egg-2 
Paratha / Parota – 3 chopped (Check recipe here)
Salna-1 cup(this is the curry which you will get with the paratha but this is optional)
Salt to taste
Coriander leaves-for garnishing

Method:

First just tear the paratha in to small pieces by your hands and keep aside.

In a kadai add oil and crackle some saunf and cinnamon,Add in the onions and green chilli and mix well.

Add in the ginger garlic paste and mix well.Now throw in the tomatoes and sauté well.

Add in all the spices and stir for 1 min.Now crack in the first egg in the masala and mix well.

Add in the paratha and mix.Then crack in the next egg and mix till the egg are cooked.

Pour in the salna(if you have) andcombine well,Cook on a slow flame for 10 min.

Now comes the kothu part of the paratha.Take a sharp edge cup and start smashing the paratha till it becomes small pieces(see image)

Take it back to the flame and cook it for 5 more mins.Garnish with some chopped coriander and onions.

Serve hot with a little squeeze of lemon juice.
Pictorial:


Ur ingrediants


This is the cup you need for mushing it up
Add cinnamon and fennel in oil


add in onions


and some tomatoes and green chilli


add in chilli powder and garam masala powder


add in one egg


and your chopped paratha


add the other egg


pour in the reserved salna..


mix well
Take that cup and start mushing it...Finish it of with onions and coriander leaves
SERVE


ENJOY

2 comments:

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I love Kothu parota and also the way you've made use of the curry that you get with the parota too...


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