Chilli Paratha


For the last week of BM #17, I have chosen to revisit a few of my older posts which I felt don't have good quality pictures. Needless to say these are some of our family favorites as well. 


That definitely makes it easy for me to click pictures as many times as I prepare at home, right? I usually make this with leftover phulkas but this time I made with leftover kulchas. 
Here is the original recipe for Roti Upma.


Ingredients - 


Roti/Paratha/Kulcha/Tortilla 3-4 nos (torn into bite size pieces)
Onion sliced 1 cup
Tomato diced 1/2 cup
Jeera/Cumin powder 1 tsp
Red Chilli powder 1/4 tsp (or as per taste)
Salt as per taste
Soy sauce 1 Tbsp (or as per taste)
Seasoning (Oil 2 tsp, Jeera/Cumin seeds 1 tsp, Peanuts handful)
Lemon Juice  1 Tbsp or to taste


Chilli Paratha

Method Of Preparation - 


In a skillet, heat oil and add jeera and peanuts and roast them until brown.

Saute the sliced onions and add the diced tomato. After the tomato becomes a little mushy, add the roti pieces.

Drizzle in the soy sauce, add jeera(cumin) powder, chilli powder and salt.


Feel free to add any other masala powders of your preference.

Give a gentle mix to the mixture and switch off the stove. Squeeze in some lemon juice to taste!


Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 17.  


Also linking this to Helen's Breakfast Club at 'Breakfast Club - Leftovers'.




Preparation Time 10-12 min
Serves 2

24 comments

  1. Archana Says:
  2. Wow this is delicious.
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  3. awesome and yum recipe.

     
  4. PriyaVaasu Says:
  5. Looks yum!!!

     
  6. Suma Gandlur Says:
  7. Great way to use leftover rotis.

     
  8. this looks so inviting

     
  9. Kalyani Says:
  10. yummy way to use up Chapatis, am sure kiddo would love this spicy tangy dish ...


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  11. this should taste yum..looks yum..and the pic is cool...looks grt!

     
  12. Sangeetha Says:
  13. yummy dish with left over chapathis...looks too inviting!!
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  14. Nice way to use the left over rotis,looks yummy and the second click is very nice...

     
  15. Srivalli Says:
  16. That's so good..love chili parotas

     
  17. Jayanthi Says:
  18. What a nice recipe to use the leftover rotis or paranthas. Looks super yum.

     
  19. Looks awesome and very good idea for the leftovers!!!

     
  20. Nice way to use the left over rotis...

     
  21. Vardhini Says:
  22. Nice click and tempting paratha.

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  23. DivyaGCP Says:
  24. Great recipe to use all the leftover rotis. Looks delicious..

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  25. Priya Says:
  26. Excellent way to finish up the leftover rotis.

     
  27. Tempting dish... Love this ever...

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  28. PJ Says:
  29. Nice clicks.I too make something similar with leftovers :)

     
  30. sushma Says:
  31. yummy dish

     
  32. loved the picture and recipes and the name of the recipe

     
  33. Madhavi Says:
  34. Great post..yummm..

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  35. Prabha Mani Says:
  36. Nice Preparation..I too make some times!!

     
  37. sona_r Says:
  38. looks delicious!

     
  39. Looks super delish!

    Harini, is there anyway the blueberry event can be extended till 5th of july? I have a post coming up for next month's BM theme in the first week of July. Just asking.

     
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