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Thursday, July 17, 2008

Kothu Chapathi (From Leftover Chapathi)

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Ingredients
2 Chapathi
1 tsp Mustard Seeds
1 Onion, chopped lengthwise
1 Tomato, chopped
Chilli powder (1 teaspoon)
Garam Masala (1 teaspoon)
2 Eggs
5 to 6 Curry leaves
Salt
Oil
Method
Beat eggs in a bowl.
Cut chapathi into small pieces.
Heat oil in kadai add mustard seeds, allow it to splutter. Add curry leaves to it.Add onion and fry untill it becomes golden brown. Add Garam masala, chilli powder, tomato and saute untill raw smell goes off. Now add beaten eggs to it and stir well. When egg is half cooked add the chapathi and stir well. When cooked switch off the flame.

15 comments:

notyet100 said...

this looks delicious an deasy...

Priti said...

First time here...kothu looks very nice and delicious..nice way to use leftover..

Illatharasi said...

Kothu parota theriyum.... kothu chapathi kooda irukka?

But it looks yummy.... will try:)

I thought you would be posting Mint rice ;)

Valarmathi said...

Thank for your comments.
Ya i thought of sending u the picture of mint rice, but morning in a hurry burry to pack lunch for my hubby i'm not able to take picture. Next time when i prepare i will take picture and send u.

Valarmathi said...

Thanks Priti:)

Valarmathi said...

Thanks Priyanka

Shreya said...

Hi, this is really nice..my friend used to make it but without the egg and using veggies like potato instead. I have had kotthu paratha with egg in restaurants, i guess that uses maida instead of atta.will try this...

Valarmathi said...

Thanks Shreya for your comments. Try it and let me know soon.

Purva Desai said...

hey !!
first time visitor to your delicious blog.... Kothu looks yummy, will bookmark this recipe and will try igt for sure

Nags said...

kothu paratha is my absolute favourite street food!

VEGETABLE PLATTER said...

i have heard everyone talk abt kothu chaoati, have never tasted it . got to try it once .. looks delicious

meeso said...

This looks good, and I would love to make it if I ever had leftover breads :p

Sagari said...

woww pic looks so tempting ,love the idea of using chapathis

Shreya said...

Hi, I have a tag waiting for you at my blog:
http://ammascooking.blogspot.com/

Valarmathi said...

Thank you purva desai. Do try, its really yummy.

Thank Nags :)

Thank you vegetable platter and Meeso. Do try it and let me know.

Thank you sagari.

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