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Sunday, March 21, 2010

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                       This post is a long time pending post,my friend Sangeeta  requested long time back to post this recipe! I was bit hesitant coz of the photography part,as I always make this for dinner,and I hate to take pictures in the night….But last week itself I promised her that,I will post it for her,but I din’t kept my promise…So sorry Sangeeta,but its better to be late,than never. As I was afraid,the photos, especially the step wise pictures are really ugly,I am not satisfied,not even a 10 percent :( I will make sure to update the pictures one day when I get to make in the evening and the lighting is better…  Pictures Updated!! Cool

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Chilli parotta recipe

Indian Dinner
Prep Time: 10 mins    |  Cook time: 25 mins    Serves: 2

Ingredients


Frozen parota  2 nos. 
Oninon  1  no.,big  
Capsicum  1 no .,big 
Garlic  3 nos. 
Ginger(optional)  1 inch piece 
Green Chillies  3 nos. 
Coriander leaves,chopped  3 tblsp 
Red chilli powder 1 tsp
Sambar powder  1/2 tsp 
Garam masala powder(optional)  1/4 tsp 
Chilli sauce or tomato sauce  1 tbsp 
Salt  As needed 
Spring onion(Optional)  2 tblsp 
Grated carrot (optional)  2 tblsp 
Oil  1 tblsp 

Method:

  1. Toast parotta as usual to golden brown in a pan and cool down,cut into desired size pieces. I usually use knife or kitchen scissors for this. You can cut into small bite size squares or even thin strips,…its our wish  how we want it to be.
  2. cut parotta pieces
  3. Chop the onions in to chunks and slice the capsicums into thin strips.Crush the garlic (with skin) and finely chop the ginger.Slit the green chillies and chop the coriander leaves,use the stem part too.
  4. Heat a broad non stick pan with oil and add the crushed garlic first,when it turns golden brown,add the chopped ginger and fry just a while.(I dint add ginger,as I dint had any in hand)
  5. Crushed garlic,fry
  6. Add the onion and fry till transparent ,followed by the capsicums and coriander leaves.
  7. Fry onion
  8. Fry for a minute in high flame,(and if you know tossing,toss them in such a way that it gets exposed to direct fire,it smells awesome! Or else) just fry for a minute in high flame.
  9. Add capsicum and coriander leaves
  10. Add the powders mentioned and sprinkle needed salt and add the sauce.
  11. Adding powders and sauce
  12. Lower the flame to minimum and just make sure that all gets evenly spread.
  13. mix well
  14. Add the cut parotta pieces and mix it so that everything coats the parota pieces properly.
  15. Add parotta pieces
  16. Lastly add more coriander leaves,spring onion and carrot and toss well in high flame.
  17. Mix well and garnish!

Note

  • You can add 1 chopped tomato while frying and avoid tomato/chilli sauce.
  • You can also deep fry the parotta pieces (which I hope ,no one in this era will do ,as we all are health conscious)
  • Add more sauce and chilli powder and salt as needed in this one, otherwise it may not be balanced.

Serve hot with onion raita the best ever combination for this. Make sure you have a glass of water or any drink near by, coz its really HOT ;)

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71 comments:

  1. Don't worry. the pics are very decent. I make a similar dish and it is so yumm!

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  2. Your version of chilli parota is so nice..loved adding sambar powder to it..pictures are too good..

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  3. Hey athukula cook pani postum panitiya u r too fast! Night pics nu ne sona than theriyum....ur nikon does a pretty job way to go ahead for night pics too Raji!

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  4. What gorgeous pics! Its making me hungry!

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  5. Header looks very cute!!!

    This is my all time favorite...
    Chilli parota looks lovely dear :-)

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  6. Hey.. Don't worry.. Really Awesome clicks!!.. thanks for the recipe.. :)

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  7. I think the clicks are great! Looks awesome and a new complete dish in itself...

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  8. Totally new to me and loved it !

    Btw just posted about your bookmarked Vegetable Kurma .. do check it out ! It was awesome we just loved it ! Thank you :)

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  9. i cant see any ugly pic raks...whenever i come here i see such beautiful tempting pics of delicious food...chilli parota looks so delicious and spicy,havent tried it out this way till now but seems like a must try one...

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  10. hey this is a very nice n different version of chilli parota...sounds very interesting....will surely try

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  11. Ohhh lovely and yummy chilli parota. Beautiful click too!

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  12. Don;t worry about pictures, they looks beautiful. chili parota looks good

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  13. Woooow,,chilli parota sounds really great to my ears,,, i like this veryy much,,whenever we go to saravana bhavan after to roast i will order this only i will finish everything myself alone,,, thanks for sharing dear,,take care n keep smiling

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  14. wow my all time fav.. Looks mouthwatering.. Nice click..

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  15. I must say, the first and the last pics are classic and drool worthy. I am drooling now at 12 am ;)

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  16. I cant find any ugly pic in ur post...I agree urs r the best,even taken in night..Chilli parota luks very delicious

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  17. Beautiful, amazing photos is what i see when I come here!!, if you want to see ugly, night pics you must surely visit my blog!!, I just use my mobile for my pics!!, these parota chilli super aa irakka raji, nee yapovume alaha post pannuve.

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  18. That looks aamazing and tasty this chilli parota!

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  19. Wat a fantastic dish, tempting clicks makes me hungry Raks..

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  20. Your pics makes me hungry Rak's:) Absolutely delicious!

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  21. Your pictures look fine.Chilli parota looks good. Have not made it before.Must bookmark this one for sure.

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  22. Seems you will have camera in one hand n some spatula on the other :D jus kidding.Chilli parota is really inviting n tempting .

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  23. Love to have it for dinner...........Super

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  24. Yuummy Raje... Its making me drool..

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  25. Oh I love chilli parota but use a diff method looks very tempting raks

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  26. The pictures have come out really well even with the night light actually :)..nice recipe too...

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  27. My favourite chilli paratha...looks yummmy & colorful dear ...nice click

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  28. i actually like the first pic a lot. and your step pics are not as bad as you think. but i know how you feel, cuz i do too :)

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  29. yesterday we'd been to a kerala restaurant ...and I had this craving for chilli parota...but the food was dissapointing :( so I told S I'll make this at home sometime soon :) what telepathy Raaji :) :) thanks for the recipe :)
    TC

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  30. Hey I made parotta..yest. Great coincidence dear. Pictures are amazing.. Last one is superb offcourse others too... Its making me hungry now.

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  31. Chilli parota looks yumm..this time around when I have left over chapathis I will try them :)

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  32. Beautiful clicks da...Chilli parota sounds colourful and yummy...

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  33. Very beautiful picture Raji, wonder why you were particularly worried. As for the dish....seems to be a tempting version!

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  34. Awesome pics as usual..no need to worry much..Never tried chilli parota..once i tried veg parota .. will try this for sure..

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  35. wow this looks so yummy,..

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  36. Awesome and gorgeous. I am drooling now.

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  37. I just loved d first pic dear...and as every one said the step wise pics r also very decent dear,so do not bother...
    and coming to the recipe..it looks awesome,feeling like grabbing that bowl from the 1 st pic...yummyyy

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  38. Beautiful clicks..My fav!!! Looks so yummy!!

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  39. chilly parotta looks tasty & fantastic!! nice pictures tooo, don't worry :)

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  40. You kidding me, the pics looks awesome. Very nice clicks.I usually don't get good pics at night. But your's doesn't even like a night pics. Very nice job. Recipe is very different and chili parota looks yummy.

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  41. Looks mouthwatering. Love this a lot. Nice clicks too :)

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  42. Chili parota looks sinful Raji and what a gorgeous pic it is. And I loved the idea of using the frozen ones making it so convenient to cook.

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  43. wow chilli parotas r just awesome...nice pics...tempting dish

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  44. Chili parottas looks too good and tempting :)

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  45. i usually make with left over paratha

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  46. pics r cool. and the final dish looks yum!!

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  47. this is a new version of parota to me.Adding sambar powder and sauces sounds intersting. beautiful clicks.

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  48. Hey Raji Enakku oru plate parcel please

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  49. hi raji,
    Thanx for your recipe,looks very yummy, sorry saw it late busy in shifting house,if u get time call me

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  50. This chili parota recipe sounds unique and I like it:)Perfect for dinner:)

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  51. i love these pics and so, hey why fret about them! i love this spicy parotta.

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  52. Parota is one those flaky parathas isn't it? WOW ,the chilli looks so appetizing :D

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  53. Lovely and yummy recipe, my favorite one. Looks delicious.

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  54. Hi Raji,

    Thank you for stopping by at my blog. Regarding my photos believe me, it was something I really did not put a lot of thought into. The actual pictures that I clicked were really not too good. It was when I had to pack them off for lunch that I came up with the photo.I think your photos are pretty amazing.

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  55. Kothu parota :)
    Lovely clicks, tempting dish..mouth watering

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  56. woww..i just love this...wonderful snap dear. :)

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  57. Thnx for visiting my space and following it...you have a delightful space here...love the step-wise pics and the pics r just too wonderful...following you too!!!

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  58. Pictures are good and i am tempted to try some of this chilli parota.

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  59. சூப்பர்ப்...சில்லி பரோட்டா...படங்கள் அருமை...

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  60. amazing parota.i wanna eat it right now:)))

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  61. My all time favorite dish,but never added sambar powder.,looks Mouthwatering.

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  62. hey i made this today.. t was awesome.. jz wanna appreciate u as soon as i finished eatin t..

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  63. Hey eju, Thanks for the prompt feed back :)

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  64. Wow,Lovely,new recipe to me.Looks hot and spicy and mouthwatering.
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  65. Hey Raks, thanks....this has been one of my favourite dishes...I tried your recipe and it came out so yummy....thanks!!!

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  66. Hi, tried ur recipe today and it came out very well....

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  67. I love all ur recipies and kept trying most of ur recipies ...

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  68. where did you get those plastic vazha yelai plates? I have improved my cooking bcoz of you raji.thanks.

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  69. hai,
    chilli parotta is very good in taste and also so hygienic. here after we don't eat In the hotel. we will follow ur method thank you for givng this receipe. my husand like this receipe very much. thanks a lot......................

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  70. it is so good thank u for giving this receipe

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