Here I have prepared vegetarian Kothu Paratha/Parotta with more vegetables. I have used ready to use maida Parotta/Paratha to save time. This is a wholesome meal and can be carried in lunch box also. Pachadi/Raitha can be served as side dish to this.
- Maida parotta/paratha – 3 no
- French beans – 14 no
- Carrot medium size – 1 no
- Cabbage leaves medium size – 5 no
- Palak leaves – 5 no
- Green peas (frozen) – half cup
- Sweet corn (frozen) – half cup
- Onion – 1 no
- Tomato thick skinned – 1 no
- Green chilli – 4 no
- Coriander leaves – few strings
- Curry leaves – few
- Kashmirilal mirch (red chilli) powder – half teaspoon
- Sugar – half teaspoon
- Salt – as per taste
- Cooking oil – 2 tablespoon
- Rinse frozen green peas and sweet corn in water; boil it in water for 5 minutes; then drain water and keep green peas/sweet corn.
- Chop parotta/paratha into as much fine pieces as possible; chop beans, carrot, palak leaves, cabbage, onion, green chilli, tomato, curry leaves, coriander leaves.
- Heat a flat non stick pan with oil; add chopped onion and fry in low flame for a minute; add chopped green chilli, curry leaves and fry for a minute.
- Add chopped beans and fry in low flame for few minutes; add chopped carrot and fry for a minute.
- Now add chopped cabbage and fry in low flame for a minute.
- Add Kashmirilal mirch powder, salt and fry in low flame for a minute.
- Add green peas and sweet corn; fry in low flame for few minutes.
- Add chopped tomato and fry in low flame for few minutes.
- Add chopped palak leaves and fry in low flame for a minute.
- Add chopped maida parotta/paratha; fry in low flame for few minutes.
- Add sugar and mix well; add chopped coriander leaves and mix well.
- Now delicious Vegetable Kothu Paratha/Parotta is ready.
- Serve hot with some Raitha/Pachadi.
- Non stick pan helps to prepare with less oil.
- Type of vegetables can be changed to suit your choice.
- As the dish gets cold, the parotta/paratha pieces in the dish is likely to become hard. It is better to serve it hot.