Friday, December 18, 2009

Kothu Chapathi


Kothu chapathi is a effective way of using leftover curries or chapathi, you can also use parathas instead. Kothu is a tamil word which means making the chapathi's into very small pieces.


Serves 2


Chapathi- 4 to 5


Egg-2


Onion 1 medium sized


Tomato 1 medium sized


Green Chilli-2


Pepper Powder-1 tsp


Left over chicken or lamb kurma and few chicken pieces.


Oil-1 tbsp


Salt- according to your taste


Method:


Tear the chapathi's into small pieces. If you have any left over chicken in the kurma tke it of from the bone. Add the oil in the pan, when the oil gets heated,add the finely chopped onion and fry it for a while , don't let it burn or brown too much. Then add the finely chopped tomatoes and green chilli, now add the chapathi and saute for a while and add the eggs and stir well until the eggs are cooked. Now add about 1to 2 tbsp of kurma and chicken pieces from the kurma, add pepper and salt. Stir till the kurma is completely dry. Serve hot.


Tips:


You can fry the chicken separately and then add it to the mixture. You can also add vegetables like carrot, celery,leeks... Just add the vegetables after adding onion and tomato. If you are using leeks omit onion.

2 comments:

Vinolia said...

that's a nice variation of usual kothu parotta :) must be less fatty than the parottas, right?
nice dish !!

Eat Hearty said...

I was introduced to kothu paratha recently and I absoutely loved it. Will try this for sure.ime to your

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