Kothu Parotta is a popular South Indian street food dish originating from Tamil Nadu. The name 'Kothu Parotta' means 'minced' or 'chopped parotta.' It is essentially made up of shredded flatbread (parotta) mixed with eggs, meat, and a spicy sauce, all finely chopped and mixed on a hot griddle. It is often served with raita to cool down the spice.
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Heat a large tawa or griddle, add the parottas, and chop them into small pieces using the spatula.
Push the parottas to one side of the griddle, add oil in the empty space on the griddle.
Add the onions, chillies, and tomatoes and sauté them in the oil.
Add turmeric, garam masala, red chilli powder, salt, and minced meat. Cook until the meat is done.
Move the cooked meat and masala to one side, and on the empty side, crack open the eggs and scramble them.
Now mix everything together on the griddle and let it cook for a few minutes more.
Serve hot with raita or curry of your choice.