Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Kothu Parotta/paratta for MBP, Roti mela and Chicken - MF.

This yummy recipe and super easy recipe is one of my forite recipe by Paati of En veetu samyal.It was so delicious and the whole family l.I had tried making kothu parotta in india on my last vacation.That time i used the hotel salna and using that maked thcipe super tasty.I got the same taste (without the salna) in this recipe.I used ground chicken instead of meat and frozen parotta instead of tortillas.Do check out paati other delicious recipes.
This is my entry for the following events.

1.MBP - Streetfood hosted by Sia of Monsoon spice, originated by Coffee of Spicecafe.

2.Roti Mela by Srivalli of Cooking 4 all seasons

And last but not least

3.Chicken - My favorite by Vandana Rajesh of Cookingup something nice

Hope you all enjoy this dish as much as we did.Enjoy Father's day and have a happy weekend.




I made kheema rice with some leftover rice and leftover masala of kothu parotta.




Finally a big THANKS to Paati of En veetu samyal for sharing this recipe.

20 comments:

Meera said...

Wow! What a wonderful spread!!

Arundathi said...

I have been wanting to make kothu paratha for a while at home. Is it possible to make this vegetarian and just not add the meat?

Maheswari said...

thanks meera!

Arundathi..even i was thinking about that..and came up with the idea of using soya granules..:D.Will let you know if that comes out good.if you happen to cook this first, let me know..ok..

notyet100 said...

nice,one,,,looks yummy,..

Dee said...

where is my comment on ur blog :( Mahi ? Mehaa looks so cute!!!

Srivalli said...

Maheswari..that bowl looks yummy!..even I have planned to make this..but never seem to come around it!..thanks for the lovely entry!

Jayashree said...

This is a favourite of ours...I always make a vegetarian version of this.

Sia said...

mahi, thank you for sending this wonderful entry:) and ur little princess is chooooooooo cute:)

Pearlsofeast said...

Sounds great, I loved kottu paratha, had eaten in a Srilankan restaurant.

Happy cook said...

Hi hi that is three in one in a shot.
Never don't kottu parotta.
Looks good, should try them once

Mishmash ! said...

Hey Mahe....need a help...thought of asking you some info since you re from Illinois....do u know some good Malayali shops in chicago area..? i heard about the one in devon street..the maveli store...is it a good one? or is there any other good stores in chicago area..? hope i am not bothering you too much:)

Thanks in advance
shn

ranji said...

wow thats a bulls eye...looks really good..lovely entry:)

Asha said...

Good one Mahesh, I love Paati's recipes. Looks delcious. There are so many events these days, one for three is a great idea. I have to start doing that too from now on.
Happy father's day to your hubby, enjoy!:))

Mishmash ! said...

Thanks a lot Mahe....:)

Shn

Suhee said...

Hey Nice to see u in mY Blog Mahe!!! M happy that I could atleast make the day of one person!!By saying that U made mY day!!
Keep visting my Blog..I wd need u'r comments!!

And u have a Nice food blog..
M adding u in mY Food blog roll!Keep Going Girlie!

Kalai said...

Love kothu parotta, Maheshwari!! Looks wonderful and great entry for MBP

delhibelle said...

Dlicious ! Kothu parantha is very popular in the Indian joints here, but I never knew how to make them. Now I do:)

niya said...

Hi Mahaswary

Thanks for the comment ( Mallu jokes )

All the best for cooking event .

Cheers

Sireesha said...

Maheshwari,Nice to see u in my Blog. U have nice and lovely blog.Love kothu paratha.

JZ @ Tasty treats said...

beautiful recipe. i too love kothu porotta!!

theres something for u on my blog, come by and bring it home :-)