Tuesday, September 16, 2008


This dish is made similar to 'Kothu Parotta'. I, instead used left over rotis for my 'Eggoti' dish.

I served this as a lazy Sunday brunch with a cup of tea!


4 left over Rotis (or) Chapathis
2 Eggs, beaten
1 medium Onion, finely chopped
few sprigs of fresh Cilantro
2-3 Garlic cloves, minced
1 tbsp Butter (or) Oil
2 Green Chillies, slit lengthwise
1/2 tsp Chilli powder
Salt to taste


1. Shred the left over rotis into small pieces and keep aside.

2. Melt butter in a pan and add minced garlic, onions and green chillies. Fry until golden brown.

3. Pour the beaten eggs and season with salt and chilli powder. Mix.

4. Finally stir in the roti pieces and cook for couple of minutes.

5. Garnish with fresh cilantro and Serve hot!

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Have a great week ahead!

signing off,


  1. nice to see you posting after quite a while. this sounds a lot like kothu parotta? did it taste like that?

  2. I love the header...

    Neat way to use up leftover rotis...

  3. Nice change in template dear..This dark background makes your sunny pics more beautiful:)

  4. Nice and easy, Siri! I was wondering if Eggoti was your coinage for something Italian and with eggs! LOL!

  5. liked ur header pic alot...this recipe looks yum,..:-)good use of leftover rotis,..

  6. this looks awsome...leftover chappati can be trasnformed into delicious recipe...gud idea..thanks for sharing..

  7. hmmm...gud brunch...it must b gr8 with cup of tea. Ur blog looks gud with new avataar.

  8. Yumm. Next time when you are having a lazy sunday i am comming over :-)

  9. Wow looks mouthwatering yaa!Your template is cool:)

  10. Most interesting name for a easy and tasty preparation.
    I really liked your new header.

  11. Eggoti, such a cute name. I would'nt think of eating it after hearing the name... but that pic looks amazing. You gave me a brilliant idea. Will try it out when I have leftover rotis.

  12. Ur template is cool! Love the eggoti idea Sri :)


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