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Saturday, October 8, 2005

Minced meat kothu parotta!!

Minced meat kothu parotta!!
Chappatis (or tortillas) - 7( cubed), onion (big) - 1, finely chopped, tomato - 1,chopped, green chillies - 4, finely chopped, ginger-garlic paste - 2 tsp, chilli pwd - 1 tsp, turmeric pwd - 1/4 tsp, eggs - 3( scrambled adding just salt & pepper pwd), coriander leaves - a handful,chopped, minced meat - 300 gms, salt to taste, oil - 3 tbsp.

Heat oil in a pan & fry the onions till golden. Then add the ginger-garlic paste, chilli pwd, turmeric pwd ,tomato & salt & stir fry till the masala loses its raw smell. Now add the meat & coriander leaves & stir till the meat is well coated with the masala. Add 1/4 cup of water & cook till the meat is done & the mixture has also dried up considerably.Then add the scrambled egg & chopped chappatis & mix well & heat through till everything is well blended. Garnish with some chopped green chillies & coriander leaves & a dash of lime juice.


This is what i had for lunch today!I do this often at home! Very easy to put together , especially when you have the store bought tortillas or rotis on hand! This dish is very popular in almost all the teashops& tiny eating places near the bus stands etc in Tamil Nadu, but you will never find it in proper restaurants!!

Recipe source: My friend'C'!;)) This is a popular tamilian streetfood

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

5 Comments:

Blogger preethi said...

another recipe to try.looks great.....thanks!
2/20/2007 12:35:00 AM
Blogger Asha said...

Sounds and looks delicious.You are a committed non-vegetarian,aren't you Paati? ;D
I love your recipes,thanks.
2/20/2007 05:29:00 AM
Blogger paati said...

thanks,preethi :)& let me know when you try it out! i have already posted the meen kozhumbhu recipe,so just check the archives:)

Thanks,asha:)anyday i prefer non veg food over vegetarian fare:))
paati
2/21/2007 09:54:00 PM
Blogger P. Yesuthasen said...

A great dish! You do get it at many restaurants; Buharis in madras have been serving it for decades as "madras egg parotta". Most clubs in Madras have it on the menu......Kothu parotta is now a nain stream dish !!
3/22/2008 06:53:00 PM
Blogger Maheswari said...

Hi Paati
i tried this recipe yesterday...fabulous..everyone at home loved it.I used miced chicken and frozen parotta.Planning to try it with tortillas also.I made khee rice with the same gravy.Thanks a lot for sharing this.I am sending this over to MBP - Street food.
6/04/2008 08:35:00 PM
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