May 14, 2008

Veechu Parota and virudhunagar Parota

Veechu parota is similar like a south Indian
parota but it is very thin and crispy.The dough
procedure is same like the ordinary parota.
Make the dough procedure like here.
Spread one ball thinly.
Heat a big tawa.Now slowly take
the thin layer and spread it in the tawa.
Cook for 1 min.
Fold the opposite sides like envelope.( see pic )
Now fold the remaining sides.
Apply 1 tsp oil.Cook both sides.
Serve with Chicken chalna.
Virudhunagar Parota
Virudhunagar is famous for its Burma hotel.
Though We dont like this parota , Just for sending
to the Roti mela I made just one.
The method is same like this too. But they use lot of
oil to fry the parota.
Heat the tawa .Pour 2 tblsp of oil.When oil is
hot cook the parota well on both sides or until crisp.
This is my another entry for Roti Mela.

16 comments:

Asha said...

This is what they call Roti Canai in Mayasia, so yummy and great with your Chalna. I tried making that thin, very hard to do, will try sometime. Thanks for Chalna recipe, was very tasty, son loved it!:))

Cham said...

Yes right Kamala, i tasted this parota with egg but doesn't taste good like the layered one we make it. I feel it is crispy not soft, right? U re great Kamala, making all this parota...:) Lovely post, so everyone will know the varieties...

Uma said...

You're a perfect Parota maker, Kamala! This just looks awesome. Nice entry.

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Hi Kamala....
U make so many types of parotas... GREAT!.... Love the parota and chicken chalna combo.... really wanted to try out these...

Madhavi said...

Awesome entry, parota looks great!!!

Hetal said...

hey this is a very new recipe to me,gr8!!Would love to c u and ur comments on my blog

Kalai said...

Wow!! Perfect parathas, Kamala! Looks awesome and will definitely try it out soon. :)

Annu said...

I cant try this at all:-),Amazing

Divya Vikram said...

Hi parota master..You are making me crave for these parotas..Naa seekiram unga veetukku varen Kamala..I have been to Burma hotel in virudhunagar..Love the biryani there.

Rachel said...

The first paratha..how can you manage such a huge piece of dough???

Jayashree said...

Wow....looks so good....

Sia said...

never heard of it kamala. looks like rumali roti but yet different!

Cham said...

I ve a small surprise from my side waiting 4 u Kamala

Arundathi said...

thanks so much for this recipe - love veechu paratha - not sure how its gonna come out, but will try it for sure! thanks!

Manoo said...

This way of preparation is from Malaysia. They call it roti-cannai... The tamil naadu style roti is called veechu roti in ceylon too. just giving infomation

suren said...

Virudhuanagar parotta is the best