Ammas Restaurent - University City


Vegetable Kothu Parotta, a delectable South Indian street food delight, is a culinary masterpiece that tantalizes the taste buds with its vibrant flavors and unique textures. This beloved dish, originating from the bustling streets of Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka, is a testament to the rich culinary heritage of South India.

Kothu Parotta, which literally translates to “minced parotta,” is a savory stir-fry dish made with shredded flaky parottas, assorted vegetables, and essential spices. This versatile dish can be enjoyed with or without curry sauce, making it a customizable delight for food enthusiasts.

Vegetable Kothu Parotta can be a nutritious and satisfying meal option. By controlling the amount of oil and ghee used and opting for healthier cooking methods, such as roasting or sautéing, you can enjoy a lighter version of this indulgent dish. Additionally, the incorporation of a variety of vegetables adds essential nutrients and dietary fiber, further enhancing its nutritional value.

Making Vegetable Kothu Parotta at home is easier than you think! Start by parboiling an assortment of vegetables like carrots, capsicum, cauliflower, and green peas. Then, roast the parottas until golden brown on both sides and shred them into bite-sized pieces. In a kadhai, heat oil and sauté mustard seeds, curry leaves, ginger-garlic paste, green chilies, and onions. Add a blend of spices, tomato puree, and tamarind pulp to create a flavorful base. Mix in the parboiled vegetables, boiled potatoes, and shredded parottas, ensuring the mixture is well-combined. For added richness, you can incorporate plain malai or coconut milk. Garnish with fresh coriander leaves and serve hot.

At Amma’s South Indian Restaurant, we invite you to indulge in the irresistible flavors of Vegetable Kothu Parotta. Made with the finest ingredients and crafted with care, our Kothu Parotta captures the essence of authentic South Indian cuisine. Join us to savor this flavorful fusion dish and experience the true taste of South India.

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